Award winning jazz vocalist and Radio 2 presenter Clare Teal and her BIG Mini Big Band go from strength to strength bringing you more exhilarating swing as they celebrate 100 years of pop music featuring some of the greatest songs ever written from the Great American and British Song books and contemporary writers creating the standards of today.

Always an entertaining and humorous evening packed with anecdotes and rich jazz infused repertoire, plus arrangements crafted by world renowned trumpeter and composer Guy Barker and pianist extraordinaire Jason Rebello, Clare and her BIG Mini Big Band promise a joyous and uplifting evening of inspirational music performed by the very best.

As one of the UK’s greatest interpreters of song and much loved performers, Clare and her Big Mini Big Band promise an evening of inspired music and unbridled entertainment, coupled with Clare’s warm and witty storytelling a night to be remembered is guaranteed!
Read a review from Clare’s recent Big Band show in London:
Thursday 27th February @ Castle Theatre, Wellingborough 
Castle Way, Wellingborough NN8 1XA
Box Office: 01933 270007
Tickets £26.50
Show 7:30pm
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“Clare has a timeless sound to her voice and classic touch and sound to her own song-writing. Now how modern is that? Music to melt to I’d say.” – Jamie Cullum 
 “Ladies and gents, I’d like to introduce someone that I’m a fan of. She’s a threat! When I say a threat, she’s a triple threat – she writes, she sings and she can do like a fire thing right!? Please go out and buy Clare Teal’s record! – Michael Bublé
“The new first lady of Jazz” – The Independent
“A First Class Evening’s Entertainment from The Queen of Swing” – Time Out  
“In this overcrowded field, Clare Teal deserves special attention” – Daily Telegraph,   
“Fabulous” – Daily Mail,   
“This is as good as they come” – Jazzwise,  
“Always worth hearing….. When she sings swing songs, she does it with a smile in her voice; when she sings a ballad, she trusts the song to tell its own story without emoting all over it”  – Observer,   
“[Get Happy]… heralds the arrival of a major new talent… If we rave about it, it’s because it’s worth raving about”  – Michael Parkinson, BBC Radio 2,