Emily Saunders - "UK's Queen of Jazz Fusion"
FINAL CURTAIN CALL
This show is no longer running.
Update: Tuesday 17 March, 4pm
Following the announcement from the Prime Minister yesterday, which stipulates that people should avoid public buildings including theatres, we have had to make the regrettable decision to cancel Emily Saunders performance on Sat 28 March.
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Please bear with us. As you can imagine we’re dealing with a high volume of queries at this moment and we’re working tirelessly to get back to everybody as soon as we possibly can.
For further information regarding future performances, please keep in touch via our website and social channels.
For now, we would like to thank you for your ongoing support and patience in these unprecedented times.
With our best wishes for your health and wellbeing
The LW Theatres Team
★★★★ Evening Standard
★★★★ The Independent
★★★★ The Guardian
★★★★ The Arts Desk
Internationally renowned and critically acclaimed vocalist, songwriter, composer, and broadcaster Emily Saunders (“UK’s Queen of Jazz fusion” SnowBoy) takes the stage by storm, leading an exceptional band of stellar musicians through her spellbinding set of original songs and spoken word. She balances virtuosity and captivating presence with musicianship of the highest order, establishing her not only as a rhythmically inventive jazz vocalist, but a supremely talented songwriter.
Writing on seaside holidays, riverside walks and chilled evenings on piano and guitar, her heady mix of Latin-infused hip-swaying grooves, driving basslines, and infectious melodies – oozing hazy sunshiny days and hot sultry nights – pronounce Saunders as ‘one for the jazz dance clubs’ (Gilles Peterson, BBC Radio6).
What sets Saunders apart is that her musical skill in front of the mic, is matched with the talent behind it; ‘Absolutely brilliant’ Jamie Cullum, BBC Radio2.
Emily’s albums have sold worldwide, receiving multiple 4-star reviews including the Evening Standard, The Guardian, The Independent, including The Daily Telegraph’s “Best Of”. Her music broadcasts nationally on BBC Radio1, 2, 3, 4, 6 & JazzFM and extensively worldwide on national stations, with many international iTunes & Amazon chart ‘Top 10s’.
Times & Prices
Sat 28 March, 8pm
Approximately 2 hours and 30 Minutes (including an interval)
Studio Floor £20
Studio Gallery £25
Studio Upper Gallery £20
Age Guidance: TBC
*All prices are subject to availability, may only be available on certain performances and are subject to change without prior notice.