Nottingham Rhythm Club.........
Jazz For Listening And Dancing since 1941!!!

The longest-running jazz club of its type in the country and still providing a varied programme of the best British, European and American traditional jazz for an enthusiastic and friendly audience. 
8.00-10.30PM DOORS OPEN AT 7.00PM

£9.00 - members £8.00

Our comfortable venue at
The Stadium Leisure Snooker Club,
Nottingham Road, Basford,
Nottingham NG5 1EG

Forthcoming Gig List:

All events will be held at the Stadium Leisure Club


August 6th - The Pedigree Jazzband Present Their Tribute To Trad Jazz
Where were you when the trad boom was at its height? Has the trad boom ever gone away? While our next band continuesto flourish, it won’t! Chris Walker and Roger Marks, with some help from Marston’s Brewery, make sure that this period of the Uk jazz scene is still remembered and that the dizzy heights of the Barber, Ball and Bilk bands are still with us, in spirit, at least. Old favourites, some of them even making the hit parade, will be revived together with a few relevant stories and anecdotes.
Apart from Chris on clarinet and Roger on trombone, the front line will be completed by Graham Trevarton on trumpet who also sings. On the back row John Noddings plays banjo and guitar, Tony Mann the bass and Colin Larn the drums. An evening of good music and lots of nostalgia is in prospect so get there early for a good table.

September 25th - Paul Harrison and Kevin Grenfell Quintet
Lunch time session (12.30-3.00 pm)

October 1st - Doc Houlind's Revival All Stars from Denmark

October 15th - Peter Frank’s Dixieland All Stars
Annual Dinner and Dance

November 5th - George Huxley’s All Star Jazz Band

November 26th - Chris Pearce’s Frenchman Street Jazz Band

December 17th - Christmas party with Richard Exall's Shooting Stars

Forthcoming attractions for 2016 include

January 14th – Washington Whirligig
February 4th – Millennium Eagle Jazz Band
February 25th – Phoenix Jazz Band
March 17th – John Burgess Jelly Bean Jazz Band
April 7th – New Orleans Z’hulus