Due to the Coronavirus Saxmundham Market Hall is now closed to the Public. 


 SAXjazz: concerts postponed, not cancelled
We regret to announce that, as a result of the Coronarvirus and the Government’s
decision that public venues such as the Saxmundham Market Hall should close until
further notice, the forthcoming SAXjazz concerts on Saturday April 18 featuring the
Swing Machine Big Band, and on Saturday May 16 featuring The Blues Buffers are
to be postponed.
We know that this will be a big disappointment to Saxjazz fans and we will do our
very best, working with the bands, to reschedule the concerts at the Market Hall later
in the year if the situation allows.
Further updates will be in Saxmundham News, on saxmarkethall.co.uk and
In the meantime stay safe, stay healthy.
Rosie Hoare, SAXjazz organiser
Jeremy Smith, Chairman, Saxmundham Town Council

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