Events at Zeffirellis

Hunter Muskett

date calender icon Friday 20th October

After having released excellent albums in 1971 and 1973 the band disappeared. Great multi-part harmonies, fluid electric guitar and strong songs with a rustic vibe and twist of West Coast rock (a bit like Decameron). Their second album, was produced by Keith Relf of the Yardbirds/Rennaisance. And Michael Giles (ex. King Crimson) appears as guest drummer.

One of the better British folk rock rarities of the classic ‘70’s folk rock era.

Cost: Free

Zoe Gilby Trio

date calender icon Saturday 21st October

Now established as one of the UK’s finest young jazz vocalists, Zoe Gilby presents her superb trio with bassist Andy Champion and guitarist Mark Williams, covering fresh interpretations of jazz standards, blues & pop classics and highlighting some original songs.

Cost: Free

The Balkanics

date calender icon Friday 27th October

'With their unique blend of sizzling Eastern European music The Balkanics deliver a big-band seven-piece sound ranging from driving dance rhythms to dreamy interludes. Expect banging Balkan and Klezmer tunes with an unusual twist that reflects the band members' diverse backgrounds in traditional folk, rock, dance and classical music.'

Cost: Free

Nicki Allan Trio

date calender icon Saturday 28th October

A welcome return for singer-pianist Allan, one of Northern England’s most respected and experienced jazz vocalists and vocal coaches. Tonight she selects from her wide and varied repertoire of superb arrangements presented in a classic bass-drums trio format.

Cost: Free

About Time

date calender icon Friday 3rd November

‘About Time’ started just two years ago with a gig in The Brewery Art’s Centre’s, Warehouse Cafe in aid of The Down Syndrome Association. Following this success the band members wanted to continue performing together.


You can expect to hear lounge music with jazzy edge incl. songs from Burt Bacharach, Bob Dylan, Carole King and others.


The Band consists of experienced local musicians although the vocalist Aggie originates from Poland. Keith Redfern – who has been playing guitar for years in a variety of bands from punk to funk and now fuses it all into his own style..., Ken Johnston – Welsh born Anglo-Scot, first encountered a double bass 50 years ago after playing alto sax and guitar!  On the Lancaster scene since arriving in ’92.  Martin Chadderton, our drummer is never happier than when he is quickening the pulse with his infectious beats. His genres include Brass, Community and Flamenco!        

Cost: Free