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Thursday 19th July
7:30pm
The Blue Arrow will become Kitty's "Louche Lounge" for an evening of original songs and old school/nu-cool covers. Sit back and relax while sippin' on a luscious cocktail - catch up with your friends and enjoy the silky smooth, sexy vibes! FREE ENTRY Cocktails from £6 Doors...
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Friday 20th July
7:30pm
£8.00
Rebecca Vasmant has already made a name in Glasgow with her residency at Sub Club, Made In Glasgow and Know The Way parties, running a popular record fair with the venerable Sub Club and a monthly spot on BBC Radio Scotland playing contemporary jazz records in an attempt to bridg...
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Saturday 21st July
7:30pm
£10.00
In early 2017, the Amsterdam based contemporary-indie-jazz quartet PULL has released their debut album “Pull a String, a Puppet Moves” recorded in Germany under Loumi Records, presenting an all original project of new music composed by all four band members. This co-lead band...
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Friday 27th July
7:30pm
£8.00
FRASER AND FRASER play Dexter Gordon Line up: Fraser Smith (sax) , Fraser Urquhart (piano), Will Forster (Guitar), Douglas Whates (bass), Max Popp (Drums) On their first mini-tour, Fraser and Fraser are a new combo comprised of 5 hard swinging musicians from North and South of ...
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Saturday 28th July
7:30pm
£8.00
Off-kilter grooves and sinewy melodies prevail in what cynics are describing as “not-quite jazz”. Post-rock meets ambient IDM via jazz/improv, Douglas Whates (bass) toes the line in a project featuring the unique talents of Phil Cardwell (trumpet), Tom Gibbs (rhodes), and Dou...
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Thursday 2nd August
7:30pm
£8.00
Scat 23 Present KINKAJOUS Travelling through places where borders disappear, Kinkajous give birth to an innovative path to nu-jazz. The London based quintet (led by saxophonist/ clarinetist Adrien Cau and drummer/producer Benoît Parmentier, joined by pianist Maria Chiara Argi...
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Friday 17th August
7:30pm
£8.00
Bassist Douglas Whates’s trio featuring Konrad Wiszniewski (sax) and Doug Hough (drums). Original music which takes inspiration from the touchstone “chordless” trio recordings of Sonny Rollins, as well as Lee Konitz’s extraordinary album, Motion....
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On the 24th August, The Blue Arrow are hosting 'Like a Cat Tied to A Stick - A night of Radiohead Songs', re-imagined rearranged and performed by a ten-piece band of musicians from Glasgow's vibrant contemporary jazz scene. Putting their own genre-blurring spin on the music they ...
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Thursday 6th September
7:30pm
£8.00
‘Commanding’ - The Times ‘Fast becoming one of the leading lights in Scottish Jazz’ - Tommy Smith Matt Carmichael is a 19 year old saxophonist currently studying at the Royal Conservatoire is Scotland. He has played at festivals including including Love Supreme Festival,...
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Friday 14th September
7:30pm
£10.00
Purveyors of whipped up, calorie-laden, full-fat funk, James Brown Is Annie are the modern day Scottish extension of Caledonian R'N'B legends Average White Band: smooth, soulful and uber-slick. Renowned for their tight, dynamic, groove-laden live shows, the sextet regularly sell...
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Thursday 20th September
7:30pm
£8.00
Meerkat Parade have just released their debut album, the quartet all sharing a love and passion for taking the jazz tradition and moving it forward with new and exciting compositions. Their music is influenced by the likes of Julian Arguelles, the Allman brothers and Kurt Rosenw...
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Friday 21st September
7:30pm
£8.00
Têtes de Pois is a seven-piece instrumental band based in Leeds, performing exciting original music influenced by genres including cinematic and latin jazz and afrobeat. The band formed in 2016 at the Leeds College of Music, where they met while studying on the Jazz course; they...
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Friday 28th September
7:30pm
£8.00
LE CAFE PARISIEN is a musical and cultural journey through the streets, cafes and terraces of Europe, expect to hear Hot Club Swing, Classical Themes, adventures into Romani and Celtic Music, and vintage Songs, all delivered with a fresh new twist. A veritable melting pot of asto...
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Thursday 4th October
7:30pm
£8.00
London-based saxophonist and award-winning composer Matt Anderson presents a new quartet touring their new release, 'Rambling,' on Jellymould Jazz. The band seeks to bring together seemingly distinct musical influences, for example exploring the common ground between the folk mus...
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Friday 16th November
7:30pm
£8.00
"Nominated for both Best Band and Best Album in this year's Scottish Jazz Awards, Graham Costello’s STRATA make their Blue Arrow debut. They are known for blending stylistic elements of jazz, minimalism, and celebrated progressive/noise bands together with a strong DIY ethic, w...
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"From the Old-School to the NuCool"


A basement Jazz venue in the heart of the city, the Blue Arrow is decorated with deeply coloured Timorous Beasties wallpaper, wood panelling and red theatre lights washing the brick walls. Cabaret tables with chequered cloths draw the eye to the obvious focus of the room. A stage, bathed in light with a piano at the centre.

The Blue Arrow Jazz club is Located at 323 Sauchiehall Street, close neighbours of the CCA (Centre for Contemporary Arts), O2 ABC and just a stones' throw away from premier hotels (Dakota, Malmaison and Blythswood are within a few hundred metres).

From straight-ahead jazz such to the more avant-garde The Blue Arrow is a space where award winning local talents such as Fergus McCreadie and David Bowden can share the stage with touring artists such as Jannette Mason and Joost Lijbaart as well as established names in the world of Jazz,

“Glasgow has always been an international city, visitor numbers now show that it’s still a place which people come to for culture and fun. We want to provide world class entertainment for those visitors and for the people of Glasgow. We are determined that the best musicians will be on the stage, whether they are from the other side of the world or from round the corner, its talent that sets them apart.

The Blue Arrow Club will embrace the new generation of Jazz performers by nurturing the talent of the young musicians who are finding a fresh voice through the genre, but whilst doing so the Club will always recognise the roots and heritage of the music, the programme will respect and reference those who took the first steps on the Journey and pay our dues to the players who have shaped the scene.”

keeping the spirit of the Jazz greats alive whilst providing a boiler room for
the new Jazz sounds of the younger generation.

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