Steve’s gigs – You might as well live – a play featuring the words, wisdom and wisecracks of Dorothy Parker

Hi Friends
We have a series of shows coming up this autumn for “You might as well live”, a brilliant play by David Frederickson of Cotton Grass Theatre, based on the life and writing of Dorothy Parker.
You Might As Well Live features the words, wisdom and wisecracks of one of America’s foremost jazz age writers, Dorothy Parker, played by
Susan Daniel with jazz from the era played by the Steve Salfield Trio featuring Graham Jones on double bass, Matt Ratcliffe on piano and Steve Salfield on tenor saxophone.

Our dates are as follows:

Guildford, Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, September 12,13,14 – 12 and 13 sold out and only a few seats left on the 14th, so if you are in that area, please don’t delay. http://www.yvonne-arnaud.co.uk 01483 44 00 00

Lancaster, Gregson Centre, October 20th

Buxton Pavilion Arts Centre, October 25th

Wirksworth November 8th – to be confirmed

Thornbridge Hall, Ashford in the Water, November 15th

De La Salle Club, Sheffield, November 22nd

Harland Cafe, Sheffield, November 30th

Please see http://www.cottongrasstheatre.co.uk for booking information.

I hope you can make it to one of these.
All the best
Steve

Steve Salfield
01629 650183
07753 108011
steve

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