Jazz at Loseley Park

Sunday August 20th

“Embraceable Ella!”


There may be a few tickets available on the day if we have returns or space – all tickets £12, cash only as we won’t have a card facility.

Loseley JazzThis year is the centenary of the legendary First Lady of Song, Ella Fitzgerald, and what better way to spend a fabulous summer’s evening than with a celebration of Ella’s music with Joanna Eden (described by Time Out as “The UK’s answer to Diana Krall and Norah Jones’), and her special guest, trumpeter Paul Higgs standing in for Louis Armstrong!

Joanna Eden 1With compositions by Gershwin, Rodgers, Porter, Arlen, Ellington, Van Heusen and other writers of the Golden Age, expect an entertaining afternoon of anecdote, insight and classic songs from the repertoire of one of the greatest vocalists the jazz world has ever heard.

Also featuring Chris Ingham on piano, Marianne Windham on bass and George Double on drums.

We’re also delighted that the Farnham Big Band will be playing an opening set to greet you as you arrive!

Bring a picnic and your favourite tipple, and rugs and chairs, and spread out on the lawns to enjoy a fantastic evening of top quality entertainment in this beautiful setting in aid of the bowel cancer charity GUTS, whose aim is to improve survival of people with bowel cancer by early detection, and to raise awareness of the disease.

GUTS logoPaul Higgs RCP6518 007 -® Ruth CraferEntry from 5.00pm, finishing at about 8.15pm.

Tickets are just £12 each or a group tickets for 4 people for £40, available from the GUTS website. Under 16s free.

Early booking recommended!

There is ample free parking and there are directions at the bottom of the page.



The address is Loseley Park, Guildford, Surrey GU3 1HS . It’s off the B3000 New Pond Road and the main entrance is in Stakescorner Road, signposted ‘Loseley House’ on a brown sign (for satnav directions, enter  “Stakescorner Road GU3 1HS“). The turning to the Loseley estate is then on the left, after which please follow the signs to the Tithe Barn. There is a large car park next to the barn, which is just past Loseley house, and the walled garden is a short walk back down the drive, just the other side of the house.