Manouche Etcetera
Manouche Etcetera
Past Performance
In The Theatre
August 29th 2020
Watch The Trailer

Join our live, online stream of Manouche Etcetera, a versatile trio whose repertoire includes everything from fiery gypsy dances to curious klezmer and retro swing. With toe-tapping tunes and split-second virtuosity, they’ll take you from the sultry slums of Buenos Aires to 1920s London or Paris.

"The audience is whisked away on an exhilarating whirlwind tour of diverse musical climes. The spellbinding concert included an eclectic mix of Serbian folk, modern Argentine tango, French swing, gypsy dances, Gershwin, Cole Porter and Vittorio Monti, to name but a few." - Oxford Daily Info, 2017

Read about the musicians of Manouche Etcetera here

​Live online stream
Saturday 29th August | 8pm

Tickets Free:  (Suggested Donation £10)

Creative Team
Alex Thomas Violin and Vocals

After early successes on the competition circuit in the South of England Alex has performed frequent solo recitals on violin, also enjoying a residency at Browns as cocktail pianist. He counts himself highly fortunate that his day job as a History teacher and Head of Drama allows him opportunities to indulge his passion for music-making. He also enjoys composing and has had several of his original musicals performed in Oxford

Tom Vallance Piano, Guitar, Melodica and Vocals

Tom hails from Sydney, Australia, where he gained his diploma on the piano in 2007. He has performed professionally on the piano, ‘cello and guitar in a range of different musical styles, but jazz remains his first love. He now teaches Latin and Greek in Oxford while continuing to play in various musical and theatrical projects.

Robin Colyer Double Bass and Vocals

Robin started playing the double bass aged 6, and was taught by celebrated teachers David Heyes and Tony Osborne. Professionally, much of his playing has been as an actor-musician, including many seasons at the Watermill Theatre. His bass has also made several appearances during raucous interval songs in productions with Oxford-based Flintlock Theatre company, of which he is Joint Artistic Director.