Jazz in London: February - 2013 Issue. Viewing Instructions.

Jazz in London is currently available as an A5 PDF. To study the programme listings on screen the sequential format is normally more convenient as you can simply scroll the document vertically. The sequential format presents individual pages in the order they appear in the printed booklet.

When it comes to printing out, many users will have printer drivers which have the capability to take this same sequential source format and print out in booklet form with 2 A5 sides on single A4 pages. Indeed many public use printers in companies, Internet cafés and public libraries can also print 2 x A5 outputs on single A4 as a paper saving measure.  If you only have a basic printer then, to achieve the same end, you can download the booklet format, select 'print even pages' - print and then remove the A4 printed pages, invert them and place them back in the paper feed; then select 'print odd pages'. This should give you multiple pages printed on both sides which may be folded and stapled down the centre-fold to form a multi page A5 sized booklet exactly like the distributed printed version.

Important Note

Remember that the PDF, when viewed on-line, provides active pages in the sense that web links and e-mail addresses are clickable. Also amendment indications (in red) can be expanded with details in a pop-up note by hovering the curser over the amendment.

For sequentially organised download click here. For booklet format click here.


Programme Changes for February 2013 Last updated 07-02-2013


East side Jazz Club 314 Cann Hall Rd. Leytonstone, E11 3NW, 0208 989 8129. http://eastsidejazzclub.blogspot.com. We have received the following notification from Clive Fenner (see also website above and relocation news below):

Monday 28 January, 2013
"The Lord Rookwood pub, our venue and home for over 10 years, has closed without any forewarning. At this time the future of the pub is unknown.
To minimize inconvenience and uncertainty for all our supporters and for the musicians, and to give us time and opportunity to secure the best 
possible future for the club, we have decided, with immediate effect, to cancel the existing programme which was due to finish March 26. Please tell 
any of your friends who may not have computer access. 
We very much regret having to make this decision and we are sorry for any inconvenience and disappointment that it may cause you. We will be 
relaunching the club as soon as we can and making it better than ever. We would like to thank all our fantastic supporters and all the great musicians 
for the past 10 years and we look forward to a bright new future.
Best wishes and see you soon,
Clive and all the team "

Following on news of the suspension of the East side Jazz Club (see above) we have news that the Kenny Wheeler Quintet gig which had been arranged for Tuesday February 12th will now take place at the Great Northern Railway Tavern at 67, High Street, Hornsey, London, N8 7QB, the home of London's newest jazz room, Jazz at the Tavern which has been operating on Thursdays since the beginning of the year www.jazzinlondon.net/jazzatthetavern.


A further message from Clive Fenner re: suspension of the East side Jazz Club (see above):

John Altman's Big Band at the Heathcote Arms

Tuesday, 26 February: The Big Band gig that we were due to stage on 26 February is now to be promoted on that date by John Altman at the Heathcote Arms, 344 Grove Green Road, London, E11 4EA. 8.30 - 11.00pm Adm £8 on the door


Promoters with late programme changes can notify these to jazzinlondon@btinternet.com for display on this page. Note this is not an alternative to providing listings information by the publication deadline. Please continue to provide listings information direct to Mary Greig by the mid-month deadline in the normal way ("see free listings section of publication").