This page contains a history
of the gigs that we have
hosted in the past

To view images of the artists please click on thumbnail image

To view archives for other years please click on a link below:

1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 & 2020

Sunday 4th January 2004

Bradley Webb Trio + Mark Lockheart

The Bradley Webb Trio

Bradley Webb drums, Sam Beste piano, Pete Cochrane bass

with Mark Lockheart sax guru from 'Loose Tubes' & 'Perfect Houseplants'

'Live' drawing by Sarah Steen


Monday 12th January 2004


STING THING: Simon Van Downham & his musicians performed the hits of Sting & The Police.


Saturday 31st January 2004

Gospel Workshop

GOSPEL Workshop & Concert

LD Frazier from New York

Scott Stroman's Eclectic Voices from London

Sunday 1st February 2004

Paul Malsom Solo

Paul Malsom plays acoustic guitar. A wonderful blend of styles into unique arrangements with dazzling improvisations.

Sunday 7th March 2004

Anita Wardell
Benn Clatworthy Quintet

5th Birthday Special

Anita Wardell, vocals

Benn Clatworthy, LA sax

Martin Drew, drums for Oscar Peterson

Paul Morganfine bass

Robin Aspland, piano for Van Morrison

'Live' drawing by Sarah Steen


Sunday 4th April 2004

Alec Dankworth Trio

Alec Dankworth: 'Dave Brubeck' bass

Mark Lockheart: 'Loose Tubes' saxes

Phil Robson:  superb guitar

"A Gem of Jazz"  JAZZUK

Sunday 2nd May 2004

Jazz Piano Legends

Geoff Eales: piano

Roy Babbington: bass

Mark Fletcher: drums

JAZZ "Oscar Peterson, Herbie Hancock, Dave Brubeck, Fats Waller & Art Tatum plus others  were all there."

Sunday 16th May 2004

Muriel Anderson
Steve Lawson

GUITAR Muriel Anderson The only woman to ever win the American National Finger Picking Championships. Straight after appearing with Tommy Emmanuel in Italy, she brings her virtuosic blend of Spanish Flamenco, Japanese Koto, Chet Atkins & the Beatles to the wonderful setting of The Ship Theatre in the round. Opening the show will  be Steve Lawson  "One of today?s most original voices on the electric bass?.
Sunday 6th June 2004

Force 10 BIG BAND with Sue Rivers

JAZZ Dave Barnes directs the FORCE 10 Big Band and the singer Sue Rivers, in a selection of Basie & Ellington standards, mixed with some great originals. Maps at Cabaret setting with hot food. Doors open at 7:30pm. Pre-concert guitar with Paul Malsom.

Sunday 13th June 2004

Preston Reed

GUITAR A stunning modern blend of technique & musicality.

Sunday 20th June 2004

A Tribute to Miles Davis with Paul Malsom opening

JAZZ  The JazzFM Quintet pay Tribute to the 'cool' period of the jazz trumpeter Miles Davis.

GUITAR  Paul Malsom plays from 6:30 - 7:30pm

Thursday 24th June 2004

The Modern Guitar Trio

GUITAR Roland Chadwick, Aussie genius; Roland Gallery, professor of Guitar at Trinity Music Colleege; Vincent Lindsey-Clark, 'Julian Bream' prizeweinner

Sunday 4th July 2004


Cool JAZZ Lunch  with  OLA ONABULE. Great Soul Singing with Ola's wonderful band. The Grey Lady Music Lounge is air conditioned.  Inclusive entry plus two course lunch offer £19.50. Entry only £8 .
Friday 9th July 2004

Angelo Debarre

GUITAR The Music of Django Rheinhardt & Stephanne Grappelli with Angelo Debarre, guitar; Christian Garrick, violin; Dave Kelbie, rhythm guitar and Pete Kubrik Townsend, bass. 
Thursday 15th July 2004

Lesley Dawson
Geoff Eales

JAZZ Lesley Dawson, Cabaret Singing sensation from NewYork, with the virtuoso pianist Geoff Eales, who played for many years with The Joe Loss Orchestra and The BBC BIg Band.

Thursday 29th July 2004

Derek Nash
Paul Malsom

JAZZ Derek Nash, saxes and Paul Malsom, guitar.

Friday 20th August 2004

The Tim Lapthorn Trio

JAZZ  gourmet three course dinner while Tim Lapthorn plays the Steinway piano accompanied by Tom Herbert on double bass and Patrick Levett on drums.

Saturday 4th September 2004

John Etheridge
Paul Malsom

GUITAR Two great solo sets from ex-'Soft Machine' legend John Etheridge and ex-'Moving Colour' Paul Malsom.
Friday 1st October 2004

Preston Reed

The Gig opened with a solo set from Preston Reed. Then John Etheridge led the Zappatistas through one and a half hours of the magic that is ZAPPA.

Sunday 10th October 2004

Dan Clews Band + Thomas Leeb

GUITAR: DAN CLEWS with his Swedish band plays from their stunning folk/rock album. + The whole first set fromThe amazing Austrian guitarist from LA: THOMAS LEEB

Plus an afternoon workshop.with Thomas Leeb.

Tuesday 12th October 2004

Courtney Pine

The Courtney Roadshow just back from the Far East played with chaacteristic intensity for an appreciative audience at The Mick Jagger Centre.
Thursday 14th October 2004

Will Michaels

JAZZ  The wonderful piano playing of Will Michael is combined with the equally talented bass playing of his son Paul. Last heard on The Pantiles bandstand on Bank Holiday Monday, enjoy their playing again in the club setting of TGL.

Sunday 17th October 2004

'A Pint of Pride' The John Smedley Memorial

FOLK John Smedley, founder and organiser of Folk South-East, died suddenly in April 2004. Six months on we commemorate his achievements in a concert:compèred by John Kirkpatrick & including performances by John’s own band Pugwash, Billy Mitchell of Lindisfarne, and (drum roll here…) Ashley Hutchings’ exciting new band "Rainbow Chasers".

Thursday 21st October 2004

Juliet Kelly
Kate Williams

JAZZ  Juliet performs from her acclaimed album 'Aphrodite's Child' and also features some of the great songs made famous by Nina Simone

Wednesday 27th October 2004

Jane Monheit

Jane Monheit, New York diva & COLUMBIA recording star. Through Listening Room contacts with Jane's European agent, Jane played one of only two UK dates at The Jagger Centre. Jane and tthe guys played one straight through set that was much freeer than the albums. A great evening.

Thursday 4th November 2004

Eric Roche

GUITAR A stunning modern blend of technique & musicality with entertainment..Eric’s is on his debut tour for his new album on Martin Taylor’s P3 record label. Sanctuary have just published his latest book ‘The Acoustic Guitar Bible’ Eric Roche is a regular contributor to the ‘Guitarist’ magazine.

Other years - 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 & 2020