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Collage Kids 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
Collage Voices

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

Saturday 11 December at 11.30am
Collage Kids
Baden Prince's African stories
The next Collage Kids Show (Mrs H and the Sing-along Band on 27 NOV) is fully booked. Join us on Saturday the 11th of December with Baden Prince's African stories.
Baden shares both traditional tales gathered from the Caribbean and all over the world, and original self-penned material. His style is warm and insightful. He is sharing with us his African stories.
Collage Kids is a 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 in advance to avoid disappointment

This week at Karamel

Thursday 25 November at 8pm
Lauren Lucille Quartet
Lauren Lucille (vocals/guitar), Daniel Hewson (keys/trombone), Chris Hyde Harrison (bass) and Adam Osmianski (drums/percussion) will be performing jazz covers of folk songs from now, including Lauren’s originals, and folk songs dating back to the 19th century!
All Welcome – £10 admission
Further info / Book Tickets

Friday 26 November at 8pm
Collage Arts present Poetry and Poppadums, featuring…
All Welcome – £6 admission
Further info / Book Tickets

Next week at Karamel

Thursday 2 December at 8pm
Yaz Fentazi
Yaz Fentazi (Oud) & Robyn‬ Hemmings (upright bass) perform and give the audience a magical sense of ‘travelling’ in their minds with their very colourful and rich music that draws on the vast traditions of jazz, blues, classical and North African/Middle Eastern music.
All Welcome – £10 admission
Further info / Book Tickets

Friday 3 December at 8pm
Rio Trio
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. Line up: Alex Hitchcock (tenor saxophone), Kuba Miazga (drums), Rio Kai (bass). A night not to miss!
All Welcome – £10 admission
Further info / Book Tickets

Sunday 5 December at 7.30pm
Revolution - A night of theatre, music and poetry
The Revolution in association with the Keiran Taylor Scholarship Fund. A night of music, song and spoken word from stars of stage and screen to support a new fund to support those in need. Performances from: Simon Callow, Rio Kai, Dorian Ford, Ruth Gibson, Sakuntala Ramanee, Lily Taylor, Vimala Rowe, John Etheridge, Harmony Rose Bremner, Danny Sapani, Simeon Hammond Dallas, DJ Dub, Bruce Mississippi Johnson and Maddy Hill. Performances are suitable for adults and children/young people aged 14+.
All Welcome – £20 admission (£15 early bird)
Further info / Book Tickets
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