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What’s on at Karamel…

What’s on at Karamel..

Tuesday’s from 10am-11.15am (Free)
Collage Kids presents: Rhythm & Song Session with Collage Voices
Sessions start at 10am (doors open at 09.45am). Come along with your young ones!
All Welcome – FREE admission

Thursday’s from 11.30am-12pm
(booking available for 11th, 18th, 25th November & 2nd, 9th, 16th December)
Movers and Shakers – Mixed Class for babies and toddlers together
Please find further Info & Booking Details here

Friday 12 November at 6pm Online
Entrepreneurship and the Music Industry
Join Collage Arts with studio guests for insights and tips on how to develop as a music entrepreneur in the sector.
All Welcome – FREE admission
Further info / RSVP here

Friday 12 November at 8pm
EFG London Jazz Festival: Do Not Assume (D.N.A,)
Do Not Assume - a new band new exciting lineup, is led by multi award nominated bassist Rio Kai. Featuring Jonny Mansfield on vibraphone, Jamie Murray on drums and Hanna (Joko Magic) on tenor sax, they bring fourth a refreshing twist of music rooted in the scope of jazz, both old and new. Their take on these traditions are characterised with blistering grooves and syncopated harmonies, underpinned by thematic structures and building on interplay. The culmination of these elements make for a truly unique listening experience.
All Welcome – £10 admission
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Saturday 13th of November at 11.30am
Collage Kids
Wendy Shearer - Story Boat Tales
Wendy Shearer, London-based storyteller with a diverse repertoire of stories. She tells stories drawn mostly from her Afro-Caribbean heritage and her love of classical history. So, expect tricksters, shapeshifters, ancient Greek heroes, gods and goddesses and lots of animals.
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

Wednesday 17 November at 8pm
EFG London Jazz Festival: A Pair of Braces & Stu Butterfield’s Karamelisation
Inspired interplay and interchange of two duos and a quartet, led by Stu Butterfield, highly regarded inventive and sympathetic drummer. A Pair of Braces consist of two duos interchanging, Paul Clarvis (drums), Chris Biscoe (saxophones) & Stu Butterfield (drums), Henry Lowther (trumpet). Stu Butterfield's Karamelisation features Simon Picard (tenor sax), Geoff Mason (trombone), Pete Whittaker (organ), Stu Butterfield (drums).
All Welcome – £10 admission
Further info / Book Tickets

Thursday 18 November at 8pm
EFG London Jazz Festival: Hannah Horton
Hannah Horton 'makes the beast of a baritone sound like an angel' (Ian Shaw). Hannah is a British saxophonist who will be performing tracks from her debut album 'Inside Out' with her quartet featuring John Crawford, Nic France, Rob Statham.
All Welcome – £10 admission
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Friday 19 November at 2pm
EFG London Jazz Festival: Jim Rattigan’s Triplicity
This highly unusual combination of french horn, violin and piano (hardly ever heard in jazz) makes the sound of this trio unmistakable with three outstanding musicians, Jim Rattigan, Dominic Ingham and Liam Noble performing Jim's fascinating, completely original music.
All Welcome – £10 admission
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Friday 19 November at 8pm
EFG London Jazz Festival: Fiona Ross
Multi award winning Jazz artist Fiona Ross, brings her fierce and non compliant sound to the Karamel Club. Named among the 100 Alternative Power Music List and founder of the award winning Women in Jazz Media, come and see why she is receiving rave reviews across the world. Fiona will be playing with her incredible band: Gibbi Bettini (Guitar) Marley Drummond (Drums) Derek Daley (Bass) Loren Hignell (Sax) Dave Boa (Trumpet) Ashaine White (Backing Vocals).
All Welcome – £10 admission
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Saturday 20 November at 10am
EFG London Jazz Festival: Girl Plays Jazz workshop
Girl Plays Jazz Project presents: the Jazz Launch Pad. A workshop and performance introducing girls and young women to jazz improvisation. The workshop costs £25, with free places available to those on low incomes. Entrance to watch the girls' performance is free.
All Welcome
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Saturday 20 November at 8pm
EFG London Jazz Festival: Tomorrow’s Warriors presents TW Junior Band
Tomorrow's Warriors celebrates its 30th anniversary in 2021 and is an innovative jazz music education and artist development organisation that was co-founded by Janine Irons and Gary Crosby, committed to increasing diversity across the arts through jazz. Tonight, Tomorrow's Warriors present the next generation of promising young jazz musicians with one of their flagship youth ensembles, the Tomorrow's Warriors Junior Band, in the intimate setting of Karamel. Featuring Keira Chakraborty (Flute), Nahuel Angius-Thomas (Bassoon), Finn Ohrstrom (Trumpet), Kyle Osbourne (Piano), Reuben Cookhorn (Bass), Nico Saggese (Drums).
All Welcome – £10 admission
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Sunday 21 November at 1pm
EFG London Jazz Festival: John Etheridge & Vimala Rowe
Legendary guitarist John Etheridge joins forces with the sensational vocals of Vimala Rowe for an intimate lunchtime show. Together, they weave a magical spell, effortlessly travelling musically from India to Africa, Middle East and the USA.
All Welcome – £10 admission
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Sunday 21 November at 5pm
EFG London Jazz Festival: Bruce Mississippi Johnson celebrates the music of Gill Scott Heron
Living Blues awardee, Jazz, Soul and Blues singer Bruce “Mississippi” Johnson first heard Gil Scott Heron’s music back in 1981 while living in Kinshasa, Zaire. Inhabited by a real passion to sing professionally Bruce found in Gil’s voice a register similar to his own and this fuelled that passion even more motivating him to learn and cover some of Heron’s biggest hits during his first solo performance on stage shortly thereafter. Bruce’s appreciation of Heron’s music never waivered. “The relevance of GSH’s music today just shows us how much work is still left to be done and what better way to contribute to that work than by paying homage to the man, the poet, the author in an evening of his music”. Featuring Geoff Dunn (Drums), Carl Standbridge (Bass), Carl Hudson (Keys), Pat West (Guitar), Bruce Mississippi Johnson (Voice).
All Welcome – £10 admission
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