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Unit 6 Dales Brewery, Gwydir St
Cambridge, England, CB1
United Kingdom


Hot Numbers is a high quality, independent gourmet coffee-house and roastery in Gwydir St, Cambridge. Providing delicious hand roasted coffee, speciality tea and light bites, to include pastries baked on site plus home-made cakes and paninis. We even stock Fitzbillies famous chelsea buns & cakes!

A hub for interesting folk to meet and chat accompanied by great jazz and blues music. Call in and enjoy the wonderful space of Dales Brewery. A true find for any discerning coffee enthusiast.


Martin Kemp's Organised Chaos

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Martin Kemp's Organised Chaos

Martin Kemp's residency returns to Hot Numbers.

Martin has played and taught jazz and classical music for many years in East Anglia, as well as composing and arranging. His main instruments are clarinet (including bass clarinet and basset horn) and saxophone.   

Martin currently plays in or leads various bands, orchestras and ensembles, providing live jazz music in different styles.

Martin Kemp writes:

May I invite you to Sunday’s special session of Organised Chaos.  Our guests will be Cambridge’s Gavin Spence (Trumpet) and Lorna Wall (Alto Sax) as well as Yashodaka on piano and of course Jeremy Kahn and Bert Schilperoort.. They are all lyrical soloists and have rashly agreed to perform some of my sextet arrangements. These range from bebop warhorses like Yardbird Suite and Jeanine, through Mingus ballads, Mulligan and Ellington to Piazzolla and the Agincourt Carol and perhaps Poodle going to Africa. All three are lyrical players and are up for delivering the unexpected.

This could be just the thing to help distance you from tropical rainstorms, violent football fans and no less violent referendum rhetoric! 

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