The Jazz Cafe & Worm Discs present
Run Logan Run

Saturday 14th January

At the forefront of Bristol’s contribution to the pulsing new UK jazz scene come Run Logan Run, an alchemical fusion of surging, polyrhythmic alt-breakbeats and screaming guttural saxophone. Since forming in 2016 the duo (Andrew Neil Hayes, saxophones and Matt Brown, drums) have earned a reputation for explosive live performances, full of raw power and visceral energy.

2022’s Nature Will Take Care Of You saw RLR team up with vocalist Annie Gardiner (daughter of the late guitarist Ricky Gardiner, who played and collaborated with Iggy Pop and David Bowie) and a 9-piece ensemble including string and brass sections. It’s their most ambitious recording to date – reaching out towards propulsive rock and psychedelic soul, while keeping one foot in the radical jazz[1]not-jazz of Bristol’s ever fertile improv scene.

For this special show they’ll be joined by the full ensemble, recreating their latest album in all its symphonic glory

Supporting will be Alina Bzhezhinska, one of the leading harpists in the world as well as DJ sets from the Worm Discs crew.

Line up

  • Run Logan Run
  • Alina Bzhezhinska
  • Worm Discs DJs

Price

Standing: £12.50-£15.00 Restaurant: £18.50

Doors

19:00-22:30

Run Logan Run

The Jazz Cafe & Worm Discs present
Run Logan Run

Saturday 14th January

Line up

  • Run Logan Run
  • Alina Bzhezhinska
  • Worm Discs DJs

Price

Standing: £12.50-£15.00 Restaurant: £18.50

Doors

19:00-22:30

At the forefront of Bristol’s contribution to the pulsing new UK jazz scene come Run Logan Run, an alchemical fusion of surging, polyrhythmic alt-breakbeats and screaming guttural saxophone. Since forming in 2016 the duo (Andrew Neil Hayes, saxophones and Matt Brown, drums) have earned a reputation for explosive live performances, full of raw power and visceral energy.

2022’s Nature Will Take Care Of You saw RLR team up with vocalist Annie Gardiner (daughter of the late guitarist Ricky Gardiner, who played and collaborated with Iggy Pop and David Bowie) and a 9-piece ensemble including string and brass sections. It’s their most ambitious recording to date – reaching out towards propulsive rock and psychedelic soul, while keeping one foot in the radical jazz[1]not-jazz of Bristol’s ever fertile improv scene.

For this special show they’ll be joined by the full ensemble, recreating their latest album in all its symphonic glory

Supporting will be Alina Bzhezhinska, one of the leading harpists in the world as well as DJ sets from the Worm Discs crew.


Restaurant Tickets

Book tickets for our restaurant here.

Book Restaurant Tickets

How To Book

Join us for great food and a perfect view of the live show from the mezzanine.

1) Click ‘select your seats’.

2) Click ‘types’ and select the amount of guests, e.g ‘Table of 2’.

3) The floor plan will show available tables in blue, select the seats on the table you would like to purchase.

4) Click ‘buy tickets’ at the bottom of the page.

5) Check you’re happy with your tickets and complete the order!