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Snake Davis at the Hunter Club

Real Jazz Club! This was a recent exciting discovery for me being new to the Jazz scene. The first gig we saw was Nigel Price playing with the resident band The Chris Ingham Trio, and we were blown away by the purity of the sound and the cosiness of this perfect club. We have been 3 times now and never been disappointed with anything! It does have the cabaret table seating which makes it a little tight but it all adds to the atmosphere. We book on the internet tickets are £12-£15. Chris Ingham and his band are brilliant. We adored his Dudley Moore set."

Sue, reviewing on Trip Advisor, April 2016


Since October 2010, Headhunters have presented monthly sessions featuring some of the country’s greatest jazz instrumentalists and singers at the Hunter Club Bury St Edmunds with the Chris Ingham Trio. 

With a handshake and talk-through at the soundcheck, the musicians rely on their shared language, repertoire and musical instincts to create impromptu art and spontaneous entertainment, much to the obvious delight of the audiences.


With comfortable seating, atmospheric lighting and a well-stocked bar, the ambience is more akin to an after-hours metropolitan night spot than a converted British Legion club. Recent enhancements, including a smart foyer entrance on St Andrews Street South, only add to the air of exclusivity


"Like being driven around in a Rolls Royce" Art Themen

"It doesn't get any better than this" Enrico Tomasso

"Like having my own guys with me" Peter King

"No house trio, this is one of the best bands to play with​Derek Nash

"A Rolls-Royce rhythm section" Mark Crooks

"Very safe hands" Snake Davis

"Great trio and, more importantly, quite co-operativeAlan Barnes

Chris Ingham Trio

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Owen Morgan bass 

George Double drums 

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