Jazz in Manchester International Festival Pavilion

Click to see ‘Jazz in Manchester International Festival Pavilion’ in a variety of different sizesThe jazz, which I tend to associate with lazy Sunday mornings, could be better here at Manchester International Festival Pavilion.

The young singer called upon to reinterpret Tori Amos’s Cornflake Girl sounds like a cat having its tail pulled. The band, Jendaa, opened their original work with a wail that left the audience embarrassed and have a tendency to loose their way in the music.

Anyway. As the photo shows, Manchester may currently be Britain’s driest city.

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