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Classic organ trio swing mixed with straightahead jazz, and with a twist of contemporary groove. The Extraordinarily Ordinary Gentlemen with Sarah Wearne-McDonagh will be playing a mix of classic material from likes of Grant Green, Herbie Hancock, Jimmy Smith, and Eddie Harris, as well as a few more recent and original tunes, these leading West Country players will kick out the jams with this first monthly Poly jazz night!More information Check times : Book
S O L D O U T A very special evening with award-winning singer songwriter Hazel O’Connor, With Clare Hirst on sax/backing vocals (Bellestars/Communards/David Bowie) and Sarah Fisher on keyboards / backing vocals (Eurythmics), two sets plus a special Meet & Greet after the show – you’re in for a treat!More information Check times : Book
Cornish Folk songs delivered with passion and presence, honesty and intensity. A fitting tribute to the everlasting song writing of Harry (Safari) Glasson and others before him. Wills velvety tones combined with world class musicianship will have you singing along and tapping your feet. Simply a night to remember.More information Check times : Book
We are delighted to announce the wonderful Martha Tilston will be playing at The Poly - this one will sell fast so please book early to avoid disappointment! Martha Tilston has been working her magic in the music industry now for over 17 years and with each and every album this becomes more and more evident. Her live performances have received huge acclaim and this evening will be no exception.More information Check times : Book
Discover local classical guitarist Emilio Ayto. He plays a wide variety of genres from Spanish guitar to popular song arrangements and his own compositions. He is currently experimenting with effects pedals and extended guitar techniques to give the music a fresh new sound.More information Check times : Book
Craig Milverton, winner of the 2010 pianist of the year at the British Jazz Awards, is an exceptional player in the Oscar Peterson lineage of jazz piano. A gifted improviser, he is "a master of whatever he chooses to perform"( Humphrey Lyttleton). He comes to the Poly with his favourite group form, the piano trio. A long time group member and collaborator with Digby Fairweather, Craig has been involved in projects across Europe and in the US with an impressive list of jazz luminaries. He is also renowned as a perfect accompanist, having worked extensively with leading UK vocalists Stacey Kent and Tina May.More information Check times : Book