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Win tickets to see Claire Martin and dinner for two at the Jazz Kitchen

By Weekend  |  Posted: April 29, 2013

Six-time British Jazz Award winner Claire Martin is performing at Cheltenham Jazz Festival on Sunday

Six-time British Jazz Award winner Claire Martin is performing at Cheltenham Jazz Festival on Sunday

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In an exciting new addition to the festival line-up, The Jazz Kitchen will be at the heart of Cheltenham's Montpellier Gardens this year for Cheltenham Jazz Festival.

The festival is working with renowned Cotswold caterers Calcot Kitchens to create the unique 'pop-up' restaurant which will showcase the best seasonal produce from across the region.

Live music in the evenings, a beautifully-designed venue and a Champagne and cocktail bar will add to the vibrant atmosphere and ensure the Jazz Kitchen is the social hub of the festival.

To celebrate this mouth-watering addition, Cheltenham Jazz Festival is offering one lucky WEEKEND reader the chance to win a delicious  three-course meal at the Jazz Kitchen and two top-priced tickets to see Claire Martin live at the festival on Sunday, May 5.

Six-time British Jazz Award-winner Claire will celebrate the Great American Songbook with timeless classics from Gershwin, Cole Porter and Irving Berlin.  To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer this question:

Which top Cotswolds hotel is Calcot Kitchens linked to?

a. Champneys b. The Dorchester c. Calcot Manor

Send your answer on a postcard with your name, address and daytime phone number to Jazz Festival Competition, Features Department, Gloucestershire Media, Third Floor, St James' House, St James' Square, Cheltenham GL50 3PR. The closing date is Wednesday, May 1.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Usual Gloucestershire Media terms and conditions apply. Visit www.thisisgloucestershire.co.uk/houserules for full details. By entering this competition you are agreeing to  Local World and Cheltenham Festivals informing you of promotions, offers and services unless you state otherwise.

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