A unique and memorable evening featuring this outstanding British-Jewish film noir, accompanied by live music from the multi-talented, award-winning Gareth Lockrane and Band, who have devised a score inspired by the original, brilliant be bop jazz tracks of Kenny Graham. Enjoy a laid back, unique night out with a classic British film along with some brilliant live jazz while having the 606’s delicious food and drink served to you at your table.
Musicians: Gareth Lockrane (flutes), James Allsop (saxophones), Rob Luft (guitar), Dave Whitford (bass), Jonny Mansfield (vibes and piano).
Artistic Concept: Andreas Boyde, Sound on Screen
Films screening at this event
- Ken Hughes
- Anthony Newley, Robert Stephens, Wilfrid Brambell
- 104 min
The Small World of Sammy Lee is the dark, funny and thoroughly brilliant 1963 British-Jewish crime thriller directed by Ken Hughes and starring Anthony Newley, Julia Foster, Robert Stephens and Warren Mitchell. A Jewish peep-show compere races to escape the vicious debt collectors who chase him across the seedy underworld of London and the Jewish East End in this gritty and engrossing 1960s film-noir gem. With a stunning jazz sound track from Kenny Graham.