Jay Rayner - on piano, joined by sax, bass and singer Pat Gordon-Smith - tackles songs that deal with food and drink. Alongside that, in a series of brilliant anecdotes, he reminices about his childhood growing up with his mother, the late Claire Rayner. Because, as he says ‘so many blues songs sound like a letter to an agony aunt’. Cue tunes like Black Coffee and The Ladies Who Lunch, Food Glorious Food and Leonard Cohen’s Dance Me To The End of Love.
This event is presented by Lichfield Festival, with Lichfield Garrick acting as a ticket agent.