Sandy’s at the Festival with Manouche Etcetera

Sandy’s at the Festival with Manouche Etcetera


Sandy’s Piano and Wine Bar is on the move! For the first time Sandy’s is coming to the Festival and when you step inside the marquee you will be immersed in the magic that is the Sandy’s Piano and Wine Bar experience. You are assured of great beer, classy cocktails and a wine list curated by the Oxford Wine Company.

Sandy’s will bring their unique feel to this sassy bar and live music experience. Get a glass of the good stuff and from 8pm settle in to enjoy live music from the irrepressible Manouche Etcetera, a versatile trio whose repertoire includes everything from fiery gypsy dances to curious klezmer and retro swing. With tunes you’ll know, others you won’t, and some original material too, they’ll take you everywhere from the sultry slums of Buenos Aires to 1920s London or Paris.

Alex Thomas violin and vocals
Tom Vallance –piano, guitar, melodica and vocals
Robin Colyer – double bass and vocal

Duration: 3 hours 30mins

Book Tickets

  • Sun 30 Jun 7:00 PM £10.00
visit Magdalen College School website

Book Tickets

  • Sun 30 June 7:00 PM

Venue Information:

Festival Marquee, Magdalen College School
OX4 1DZ

To book Wheelchair Accessible Seating for this event, please contact the Arts Festival direct
by email artsfestival@mcsoxford.org or phone 01865 253505

 

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