cluzion music

- live music to inspire and build community

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Cluzion music aims to create spaces for listening audiences to enjoy the best jazz, blues, world, folk, fusion, acoustic and new music that the region has to offer.

Cluzion Club began in 2003 in Lancasters Restaurant, Bishops Stortford with special events at the Rhodes Arts Centre and then relocated to the Plough and Fleece, Horningsea, Cambridge CB25 9JG in 2009, providing two sets of top quality live music and the chance of a pre-gig meal from the delicious P and F menu.

The Plough and Fleece is the perfect venue for the new club - for the past three years the pub has opened its doors to a wide range of community groups and has built a great reputation for good food, buzzy atmosphere and a strong commitment to live music.

Cluzion Music has been involved in promoting a wide range of arts events including the Woodworks Festival, Stortford Music Festival, National Trust Woodfest and Greenstage, the community arts green spaces stage specialist with its annual showcase 3 day free festival in august every year

Cluzion Music works in partnership with Realife Trust, a community development agency and registered charity based in Bishops Stortford and was founded by Shakatak guitar maestro Keith Winter and Tony Phillips, Director of Realife, in 2002

Cluzion Music is the promotions partner of Doghouse, the eastern region musicians collective known for its unique brand of celtic-latin fusion, original songwriting and general musical mayhem









Plough and Fleece - High Street - Horningsea  - Cambridge CB25 9JG
advance tickets & info:
01223 860795
07764 922385