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Art Opening: Running with the Line – Thurs 9th Nov, 8pm

Running with the Line – Art exhibition by Mark Lovelace The exhibition will include recent abstract and figurative paintings and drawings on canvas and paper by Mark Lovelace. “I begin by working from nature or the figure and introduce glyphs and the occasional text. Alternatively I start with mathematical ideas and develop the image with […]

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Live Sessions: Mojo Wellington – Fri 3rd Oct, 8pm

Led by its eponymous piano player, Mojo Wellington Trio plays popular blues and jazz tunes as well as showcasing original compositions. Each member of the group – Mojo, Fabrizio Bonacci and Amanda Ellison – is well established on the London music scene, having performed at blues and jazz clubs across the city and collaborated with […]

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Art Exhibition: For the Sake of Oil – Tues 3rd October

– Muxima presents in collaboration with the Brady Centre – Part of Black History Month For the Sake of Oil A new exhibition by Angolan/London artists Isaac Carlos, Carla Mateta and Bob Dawson features paintings, poster prints, photographs and poems that explore vibrant aspects of African culture. It also includes commentary on the exploitation by […]

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Live Sessions: Farafi – Sunday 1st October, 6pm

Farafi presents a harmonious and vibrant musical fusion, it weaves the colours of traditional african music together with western contemporary music. Darlini Singh Kaul & Joy Tyson are at the core of Farafi and create an eclectic collection of traditional, vintage and original songs. Bringing the richness of harmony, these two very skilled vocalists are […]

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Giraffe Sessions: Kamao Trio – Sat 30th Sept, 8pm

Fronted by singer and guitarist Jean de Talhouët, this trio version of the band is dry and full of grit. It includes clarinet/tenor (Dave Shulman) and rhythm guitar (Dave Kelbie). The repertoire ranges from hot jazz featuring captivating virtuoso improvisations, to traditional manouche songs, Django Reinhardt classics, as well as original compositions. Increasingly groovy and […]

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