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Next Week at Karamel...

Next week Live at Karamel…

Thursday 7th of October at 8pm
Pigfoot was formed in 2014 by Chris Batchelor to apply an open and original improvised approach to classic 1920’s New Orleans themes, to transform, re-construct and revitalise the material. Through their ‘Pigoot Play’ series of gigs at the Vortex they have taken their explorations in all directions, with concert editions dedicated to Opera, Motown, Elvis, Bacharach and the hits of 1972, all spontaneously transmuted by the band’s wild musicality and wry humour.
All Welcome – £10 admission
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Friday 8th of October at 8pm
Rio Kai & guests
Rio Kai, bassist of the Mercury Award nominated band SEED, brings together established and emerging musicians of the exciting current London jazz scene. , A refreshing twist of music rooted in the scope of jazz, both old and new, characterised with blistering grooves and syncopated harmonies, underpinned by thematic structures. A night not to miss!
All Welcome – £10 admission
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Saturday 9th of October at 8pm
The Rooftop Sessions Final Episode
Collage Arts are thrilled to present the Final Episode in the phenomenal series, The Rooftop Sessions, hosted by Songwriter and 'Rooftop Sessions' curator James Riley.
All Welcome – £10 admission
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**This week at Karamel**

Thursday 30th of September at 8pm
Tomorrow's Warriors Presents: Emily Roberts
The Emily Roberts Sextet mixes groove, electronic music and jazz. Under the artistic leadership of the guitarist Emily, the band reworks jazz standards in this context and explores Emily’s original compositions. Among other artists, her writing is influenced by the Brecker Brothers, Schoenberg and John Scofield, and the debut EP of the project is set to be released later this year.
All Welcome – £10 admission
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Friday 1st of October at 8pm
OBAFUNKE FUSION feat. Xan Blacq, Celebrating The Music Of Roy Ayers…
Roy Ayers is legend; his Music has inspired and continues to inspire artists of all colours and stripes. The Obafunke Fusion band features musicians who have collaborated with Amy Winehouse, Michael Kiwanuka, Tom Jones, Mark Ronson, Emeli Sandé and many others. These excellent musicians come together to Celebrate and Honour the life-affirming Music that Roy Ayers has shared with the world for decades. Book your tickets to a show that will lift your spirits and have everybody singing along.
All Welcome – £15 admission
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Saturday 2nd of October at 11.30am
Collage Kids
Aunty Sarah - The Mouse on the moon
We are delighted to announce, Aunty Sarah (Imagination Station Puppets) will take to the stage with The Mouse on the moon for the Collage Kids show at Karamel this weekend…
“All mice know the moon is made of cheese right?” Join our tiny hero as she blasts off on an intergalactic space adventure.
With fantastic Music, well known songs to sing along to and Puppets galore! Hands on interactive cheesy fun with The Imagination Station Puppets.
Collage Kids is a bi-monthly fun packed performance event for early years children (suggested age range up to 6 years) and their families. It is a relaxed performance in the Karamel restaurant space. The performance is FREE we just ask for whatever you can donate into our tip jar.
Saturday mornings at 11.30am in Karamel
Family Friendly – Free
Please RSVP here

Saturday 2nd of October at 8pm
Zantogola is a London based, musical collective that unites diverse identities to foster an exciting creative spirit of common purpose and community from Burkina Faso to London, bringing peace and freedom to move all souls and bodies!
Inspired by the West African heritage of popular rhythms and songs, Zantogola master and explore the polyrhythmic melodies of plenguedey music: a fusion between elements of mandingue, highlife and afrobeat with hip hop, reggae and jazz.
All Welcome – £10 admission
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