FizzBuzzJazzing in Chatham December 14, 2014 at 12:20 pm

The second FizzBuzzJazz of 2014 saw us return to Chatham Historic Dockyard. This time we took the purposeful party to the University of Kent School of Music and Fine Art’s Galvanising Shop.Wholesale NFL It was the perfect setting for improvised jazz sounds from FizzBuzzJazz favourite Sam Bailey on keyboard and harmonium along with Liran Donin (from Mercury Music prize-nominated Led Bib) on double bass.

As always we had a glass or two of fizz from our sponsors Chapel Down and some of the The Foundry brew pub’s finest Bigglestone’s Brown Ale. We were treated to a variety of delicious meats and cheeses from Patriana based in The Goods Shed, which is also where we found  the very tasty Duskin apple juice.

Congratulations to Natasha from Creatabot for winning our Knot Just the Usual! competition.

Also a huge thank you to the wonderful, wandering Hope Fitzgerald who captured these shots of the fizzing, buzzing and jazzing. She was hot on the heels of her three-week unmapped Walk Swale Medway project.

Finally a big thank you to this year’s principal sponsor the University of Kent for their support and providing access to such amazing venues.

 

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