This IS “The Ship That Rocks” with LIVING LEGENDS playing LIVE Including our eight piece house band The RHYTHM KINGS with EDDIE FLOYD, GEORGIE FAME, ZOOT MONEY and other stars playing in the 400 seat theatre! Plus JAWBONE featuring PADDY MILNER & MARCUS BONFANTI, JP NEWTON and more in the 300 capacity live music bar.
- Kenny Clayton , affectionately known to friends and fans as “KC”, is simply one of the best pianists in the country. His work as one of our finest musical directors has teamed him with such artists as Shirley Bassey, Charles Aznavour, Dick Haymes, Sacha Distel, Matt Monro and Petula Clark (with whom he still embarks ... Read more
- Zoot Money is a British vocalist, keyboardist and bandleader best known for his playing of the Hammond organ and association with his Big Roll Band. Inspired by Jerry Lee Lewis and Ray Charles, he was drawn to rock and roll music and became a leading light in the vibrant music scene of Bournemouth and Soho ... Read more
- Jawbone is the new collaboration between Paddy Milner, Marcus Bonfanti, Rex Horan & Evan Jenkins. Paddy Milner is recognised as one of the leading blues piano players in the world, but also as a superb original songwriter and distinctive singer. As a kid growing up in rural Dorset, UK, Milner began his career playing local pubs ... Read more
- Georgie Fame’s career has spanned more than four decades and has seen him work with musicians including Eric Clapton, Count Basie, Stevie Wonder and Muddy Waters and, notably, forge a close association with Van Morrison. He’s produced more than 20 acclaimed albums, had three number one singles and pick up numerous awards. One of the most ... Read more
- From an era when Rhythm and Blues meant Fats Domino and Etta James and not Beyonce and Usher, The Rhythm Kings show that great music still lives on. Originally formed by ex Rolling Stones bass player Bill Wyman they perform as a band that not only stand up as a great unit in their own right ... Read more
- Originally from Montgomery, Alabama Eddie Floyd grew up mostly in Detroit, where, in 1955, he co-founded the soul group The Falcons and scored with the major R&B hit You’re So Fine in 1959. Shortly thereafter, a rising star named Wilson Pickett joined the Falcons and he stayed with the group until going solo in 1963. Floyd ... Read more