Jeremy Sassoon’s MOJO (Music of Jewish Origin)

A foot tapping, witty, joyful exploration of some of the best loved hits written by Jewish songwriters.

From Gershwin to Winehouse, it’s the new sell out show from renowned singer pianist Jeremy Sassoon.

MOJO is the latest sell out show from internationally renowned singer pianist, Jeremy Sassoon. From Gershwin to Winehouse, Bacharach to Dylan, it’s a journey through some of the best loved hits written by Musicians Of Jewish Origin.

Unforgettable music, witty anecdotes and illuminating facts, Jeremy and his trio share with us some of the greatest songs you’ve ever sung along to, the most heart stopping songs you’ve ever danced to. You may be surprised, you’ll certainly laugh, and we guarantee you’ll leave enlightened, entertained and uplifted.

“Jeremy Sassoon packed out the house, had the audience, of all ages, up on their feet, dancing. He is a fantastic storyteller and talented musician, with beautiful interpretations of classic songs”
– JW3

Jeremy’s “MOJO” show charts the history of a century of Jewish songwriters, narrating the story and performing the songs from the piano with his inimitable style as an entertaining and witty raconteur. He uses his amazing trio (bass and drums) to play the compositions of the featured artists.

“Sassoon is a charming and witty front-man, one of his skills being that he can make the audience feel immediately at ease, and can almost relate to the crowd on a personal level” 
– London Jazz News

Ever since the show’s 250-strong sell out launch at JW3 in London, the show has been receiving standing ovations in Manchester, London, Liverpool and at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, where the show played for one week. Due to popular demand, Jeremy’s MOJO will return to the 2022 Fringe for a full 3 week run, and from there, who knows what opportunities await!

Everything is pointing towards an exciting future for MOJO in 2022!

29th June | 7.30pm | £18

Under 25’s Discount available at booking.

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Date

29 06

Time

7:30 pm

Cost

£18.00

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Location

The Hub
St Mary's
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