Eden Court will be closed until Wednesday 4 August due to a high-proportion of our staff needing to self-isolate.
If you have tickets for this performance our Ticket Sales team will be in touch within 5 days to arrange a refund.
Our priority at this time is the safety of our customers, staff and artists and we thank you in advance for your support.
Brought together by Zander McNally, a trio of local comedians take to the stage to get you laughing out loud.
City Jazz Quartet
The City Jazz Quartet is an Inverness-based quartet comprising trombone, clarinet/sax, guitar and bass. They play standards and mainstream jazz.
Brian Keddie (trombone) has played extensively throughout the UK in various line-ups, along with Brian Kellock, Kenny Ellis, the late Bill Kyle, guitarist Dave Cliff, various American musicians on tour and singer Tam White for whom he also did arrangements.
Colin Smith (double bass) is in regular demand for gigs and sessions. He is widely regarded as one of Scotland’s finest bass players and has played with many visiting American jazz stars.
Mike MacKenzie (clarinet and saxes) Has played extensively in the North over a number of years on the trad jazz music scene. He is highly regarded as a multi instrumentalist and is regularly called for jazz gigs.
Roger Niven (guitar) plays a wide variety of styles. His jazz EP, ‘Circus FM”, featuring some of the UK’s foremost session players, received critical acclaim. In 2016 he made a blues album in New Orleans.
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Please note: Our seating plan ensures at least 1 metre of social distancing around every seat. Seats can be booked online in sets of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6. If you are unable to book the required number of seats for your household bubble, please contact Ticket Sales on 01463 234234 (open Wed to Sun, 10 – 6). We will do our very best to accommodate everyone we can.
This seating plan is representative and some tables may be moved slightly to comply with COVID-19 rules at the time of the performance.