A jazz band playing traditional music of the 20s, 30s and 40s will be performing in Lyme Regis this January.

The Old Malt House Jazz Band is a swing and jazz quartet from Bristol and will be performing at the Marine Theatre on Sunday, January 28 at 8pm.

The group has a passion for trad jazz of the 1920s to 40s and is led by singer/guitarist Joseph Trudgeon and his regular collaborator, saxophonist Greg Sterland. They will be joined by their rhythm section of Dan Somers on keyboard and Tom Allen on double bass.

As well as playing at festivals such as Glastonbury, Boomtown and Fanny's Meadow, the band has played at venues across the country from London to the Brecon Beacons and Cornwall.  

The evening’s entertainment will feature renditions of classic tunes such as Gershwin’s Lady be Good and the Andrews Sisters’ Bei Mir Bist du Schein as well as Dixieland style favourites like I Ain’t Got Nobody and Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams.

Tickets cost £14 in advance and £16 on the door.

More information and details about how to book are available on the Marine Theatre website:https://www.marinetheatre.com/jazz-by-the-sea-the-old-malt-house-jazz-band/