Cafe Cossachok, the Russian restaurant in King Street, has long put on live music in a variety of styles (Eastern European folk, light classical, some jazz) on Sunday evenings.
Guitarist Nigel Clark is one of their regular pool of performers, and he’s got three gigs coming up there in August.
Sunday 5th: Nigel Clark plays a selection of hot Latin tunes.
Sunday 12th: Nigel Clark and friends perform tunes “ranging from cool jazz to hot bebop”
Sunday 26th: Nigel Clark explores his Hungarian, Russian and Gypsy jazz influences.
(On the 19th, it’s a performance by violinist and cafe owner Lev Atlas).
The concerts start at 9pm and cost £6. You can just come along for the music if you like, or Cossachok is open for food from 6pm if you want to eat beforehand (and the food’s good). There’s a £20 for two courses plus the concert deal available.
Here’s Nigel Clark with Philip Catherine, playing at the Recital Room in the City Halls in 2006: