DJ Danielle spins her unique blend of music, old and new, with added visual imagery to enhance the ‘Love Theme’.
Poetic recitations celebrating the annual feast of Saint Valentine. This will be an informal evening of literary stimulation, open to all. Recitals range from poetry and prose to compositions and quotations which are original or were, perhaps, penned by a favourite writer or poet. Join us to celebrate the enduring power of speech: listen, muse, […]
An accordion trio inspired by Jazz, French waltzes and Contemporary music, will be exploring various musical styles, while spicing them up with Gypsy jazz traditions. They invite you for a journey full of action and drama, which will change any old beliefs about how accordion music is perceived. Video
A presentation of Afro-House, Zouk, Kizomba and Hip-Hop beats.
Recent work by Elie Salt and Andrea Sinclair with live music by URI, indie folk singer/song writer. Andrea Sinclair‘s work largely features drawing, whether it is drawing in space with embossed and coloured pieces of copper or drawing using thread by hand and machine. The bleak yet subtle landscapes of the Thames estuary provide inspiration […]
Join us Saturday 28th January to welcome back locals Turbo Tama for some reggae vibes sure to brighten your Winter. Turbo Tama is a local Reggae Band based in Bow. Together they’ve created a unique style of reggae for all, old and young alike. They will share with you an evening of easy listening, soulful […]
We celebrate the last Friday of the month with our monthly slot, Muxima Soul Night, where DJ Tony White + special guest DJ will be spinning strictly vinyl funky grooves all night. Make it one of those ‘last night the DJ saved my life’ nights!
It’s that time of year again! Burns Night is a celebration of the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns. Join us on Wednesday 25th January, as tradition at Muxima, to celebrate Burns Night. We will be serving Scots inspired tapas and drinks and poetry throughout the evening.
DJ Diane lays the law once again, mixing good music with inspirations from across the rhythm board.
This group, comprised of Terence O’Flaherty and James Carty, both local residents, take us through an acoustic journey of folk songs, ideal for the hearty listener.