It was really good. The company of course was brilliant. I also enjoyed Tim Freedman, despite no knowledge of Australian politics. (Gough and Margaret?)
The Museum of Garden History was a great venue. I had not expected this and will certainly be tempted to go to another of their summer jazz evenings. (Not least because I live almost opposite.) It would be worth going early to get a table and take advantage of the decent food. Making it quite a different evenign than a straight concert.
It was the second really good evenng I had this week courtesy of this site. The Tim Parks bookreading at the Calder bookshop was also fun. I must have walked past the Calder Bookshop masses of times and never noticed it was there. So thanks to birdie, but also thanks to James H.