A Night of Food and Agony
Jay Rayner – on piano, joined by sax, bass and singer Pat Gordon-Smith – tackles songs that deal with food and drink. Alongside that, in a series of brilliant anecdotes, he reminisces about his childhood growing up with his mother, the late Claire Rayner. Because, as he says ‘so many blues songs sound like a letter to an agony aunt’. Cue tunes like Black Coffee and The Ladies Who Lunch, Food Glorious Food and Leonard Cohen’s Dance Me To The End of Love.
Running Time: 110 mins (approx.)
Combination Ticket Deal
Book for Jay Rayner’s Jazz Quartet (13F) and My Dining Hell (13B) for just £30