The Dime Notes
Tickets available from Hull Truck Theatre box office online, in person at the box office or by calling 01482 323638. (NB: The livestream is listed as a separate event on the Hull Truck Theatre website. You can find it here.)
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Festival ticket offers
Festival 3-for-2 offer: See any three live shows at Hull Truck Theatre for the price of two (book three shows in advance at the same time and get the cheapest free. Does not include film screening of Get Carter)
Please note that the above offer isn’t available online and can only be booked via the Hull Truck Theatre box office on 01482 323638 or in person.
Saturday Saver: See all four Saturday shows at Hull Truck Theatre for £36 (students and-under 26s £12)
Livestream offer: See all three livestream shows for £30 (students and under-26s £12)
Join us to celebrate the heritage of the world’s most famous jazz city, digging back into the blues-drenched sounds of clarinet-driven 1920’s New Orleans jazz with the welcome return of all-star quartet The Dime Notes. On the way, we’ll unearth a repertoire of stomps, blues and forgotten gems of the era from musicians including Johnny Dodds, Jelly Roll Morton and Red Nicholls.
The band are fronted by Chris Barber’s long-time clarinettist David Horniblow, a much-admired figure on the European jazz stage, and UK pianist Sam Watts, a regular performer with Jean Toussaint and Jason Marsalis. Their sound is anchored by the unstoppable pulse of a knockout rhythm section – guitarist Dave Kelbie (Django a la Creole) and bassist Louis Thomas, known for his swing and versatility. They present a fresh take on a timeless style, celebrating the propulsive grooves and sultry melodies that made early jazz revolutionary, controversial and wildly popular.
Their music’s enormous fun and a fitting tribute to New Orleans at the height of jazz.
“Inspired!” – Sunday Times
“Swings from start to finish” – Just Jazz UK