8:00 pm

Rebop play Horace Silver

21 Dec 2018

Rebop play Horace Silver

“Some of Britain’s most talented hard bop devotees…a group of outstanding musicians” LONDON JAZZ NEWS

In the wake of their sold-out appearances at the 2016, 2017 and 2018 London Jazz Festivals, Rebop returns to the Hunter Club to celebrate the life-affirming grooves and melodies of the late, great jazz composer-pianist Horace Silver. Featuring ‘Song For My Father’, ‘Sister Sadie’, ‘Filthy McNasty’ and other fingerpoppin’ classics.

With PAUL HIGGS (trumpet), COLIN WATLING (sax), CHRIS INGHAM (piano), Rev ANDREW BROWN (bass) and GEORGE DOUBLE (drums).

TICKETS – www.headhunterslive.org

7:00 pm


29 Dec 2018
  • Quiz


Join us for the BIG Quiz of 2018 on Friday 29th December.

Hosted by the wonderful Kirsty Hudson.

9 Rounds of Quiz fun with BIG prizes and you will also be supporting Suffolk mind – www.suffolkmind.org.uk

1st PRIZE – 40 Minute sight seeing trip in a light aircraft over Bury St Edmunds + £80 to spend at the bar.

2nd PRIZE – £80 to spend at the bar.

3rd PRIZE – £60 to spend at the bar.

4th PRIZE – £20 to spend at the bar.

Wooden spoon and best team name prizes too!

Teams of 4 to 6, all teams must register their team and pay the entry fee before the event.

Register your team at the bar any evening or reserve your team 01284 723103



The 1st place prize of a flight is a private recreational flight and it should be considered in the same way as other recreational prizes. The winner(s) should clearly understand that the flight is not without risk and that the levels of safety and oversight are very different from those associated with a commercial flight or a flying lesson provided by a training school.  If this is not acceptable to the winners and higher levels of safety are required the prize will be forefitted.

Passengers understand that the flight is a recreational private flight and like any recreational activity carries an element of risk. Whilst that risk may be similar to other recreational activities, it does not achieve the same safety standard as that of a commercial airline flight. Pilots may use whatever means they think appropriate to set the context of the flight as a recreational activity. Every opportunity should be given for the passenger to decline the flight if they so choose. you should also be made clear that flights in light aircraft are dependent on weather and other operational factors. The flight may not be able to take place on a particular day if conditions are unsuitable.

Weight limits apply and the amount of passengers may have to be reduced to ensure safety.

maximum number of passengers is 3. the flight may be split in to 2 x 20 minute trips if required.


6:00 pm


19 Jan 2019


Washing Machine proudly presents
plus supports

£4 cheap list if you join this event page
£4.40 advance from https://www.wegottickets.com/event/451232
All ages welcome (under-14s must be accompanied by a parent or carer)
Fully licensed bar – No I.D., No Alcohol

Venue address: The Hunter Club, 6 St Andrew’s Street South, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 3PH
Nearest car park: Robert Boby Trading Estate, IP33 3DH (5 minute walk)
Last train back to Ipswich/Stowmarket/Norwich leaves BSE 11.27pm.

Step free access is available, but if you have any enquiries about accessibility or facilities please contact club manager Nick Pooley on 01284 723101.