Trio Manouche are probably the UK’s best-loved gypsy swing ensemble, playing music it’s impossible not to love with infectious energy, virtuosity and joy. They are residents at many of London’s top live music venues and have performed for some of the world’s most glamorous private parties and events.
Trio Manouche’s set brings together the core repertoire of gypsy guitar legend Django Reinhardt with the band’s own foot-tapping arrangements of trad swing greats such as Nat King Cole, and bandleader Simon Harris’s highly acclaimed original material.
“The guys were great and brought warmth and sunshine to a cold drizzly evening. I love what they do. Thank you so much.” – Rory Bremner
“We time-travelled back to pre-war Paris….seamless, classic and witty” – Jack Massarick, Evening Standard
Seated tickets for these events include a glass of Nyetimber Classic Cuvee, a food platter of your choice (Charcuterie or Fish) and accompanying jazz. Due to size of the terrace you might be required to share a table at these events.
Tickets are priced at £29.50 per person.
Why not book to have dinner at Salts Restaurant during the festival?
Salts Restaurant, situated in the Rye Lodge Hotel, takes it name from the salt marshes that the hotel overlooks. The executive chef Attila Csicso has put together a modern seasonal menu inspired by different cuisines with a slight Mediterranean influence and a touch of molecular gastronomy served in an upscale and intimate setting. Click here to find out more about the restaurant or call 01797 223 838 to book your table.
Rye Lodge is an independent hotel located within Rye’s historic citadel. There are 18 ensuite bedrooms, ‘the Penthouse’, swimming pool and sauna (which is complimentary to hotel guests), guest bar and a hotel car park. Afternoon tea is served either on the terrace or in the Hotel’s pretty lounge between 12:00 and 5:30pm daily.
Address & contact
East Cliff, Rye
East Sussex, TN31 7LD
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