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WHAT’S ON THIS WEEK: 9th – 15th March

WHAT’S ON THIS WEEK: 9th – 15th March

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Tuesday 10th March – 8pm – £12

Martha & Eve – Curl Power

Celebrating Sisterhood spirit in International Women’s week!

Legendary duo Martha D Lewis and Eve Polycarpou host a stunning musical meze to celebrate International Womens week!

Featuring Special guest singer songwriter Lorraine Jordan, plus Diane McLoughlin and Francesca Rogerson.

Also featuring Josefina Cupido – One Woman One Drum- (London show only).

To book tickets , here is all you need to know:

www.eventbrite.co.uk (no booking fee) or you can buy tickets in in person from the venue 11am-10pm Mon-Sat.

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Wednesday 11th March – 7pm – £8

Jazz at Karamel: Tribute to Desmond and Mulligan

The tribute to Paul Desmond and Gerry Mulligan is by Allison Neale and Chris Biscoe.

Allison Neale is a United States jazz musician who is highly acclaimed. Allison is involved in other bandsand projects, including the Brazilian ensemble Caratinga and a quintet with Gary Kavanagh. She draws on influences by Paul Desmond and Art Pepper and advocates a West Coast style in her jazz. She has performed with Bud Shank, Adelaide Hall and tenorist Scott Hamilton.

Chris Biscoe is an English jazz musician and plays the alto, soprano, tenor and baritone saxophone in addition to the alto clarinet, piccolo and flute. Biscoe has worked with many notable jazz musicians such as Harry Beckett, Ken Hyder and Didier Levallet.

This promises to be an impressive celebration of cool jazz.

Book your tickets here

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Thursday 12th March – 10am

Poetry: My Life in Pictures

Five poetry-making workshops in which we will examine who we think we are. Keeping Shakespeare’s Seven Ages of Man as our rough template and narrowing it down to five, we will examine our lives from babyhood to the present and even venture into the future. As well as reading a relevant poem or two, we will use photos and other aids to provoke and stimulate our memory and imagination, finishing the course with poem sequences unique to our own personal histories.

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Thursday 12th March – 7pm – £3

Gabriel Moreno and Friends Open Mic

After an inspiring launch last month Gabriel Angel Moreno’s poetry and music night returns to Wood Green with the sounds and words of some of the most interesting artists in the underground singer songwriter and poetry scene in London. This month we are happy to announce the return of the Lantern Society captains Black Scarr and Jack Cade to the event plus some very interesting poetical voices including our own host who will also play some tracks from his upcoming album, “Love and decadence.” 3 quid entry. DJ till late. Great food available and cocktails and drinks to open our senses.

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Friday 13th March – 7pm – FREE

Funky Fridays: Superdread presents Dance Music DJs

Following on from that he launched a 12 years non stop coast to coast tour of the USA stopping off in Atlanta, Baltimore, D.C, Chicago, Detroit, L.A, Canada, The Caribbean & more.  He played legendary clubs like “GlamSlam”, “The Tunnel” & “Limelight”.   And worked with legendary labels like 8-ball, Giant Step & Moonshine. This then led to 2 years living & working in Europe. Playing at P1 Club in Munich, Jimmyz, in Monte Carlo, & St. Germain Paris established his reputation as a top DJ , and then, London was next.

Brixton was the first port of call with the Supadred conceived “Armaghetto” at the Fridge Club. A weekly live extravaganza of 50 plus international artists of varying description remains Brixton’s largest, most critically acclaimed and highest budgeted local music event.

Much of Supadred’s work in London has taken place in the West End. Serving as the Atlantic Bar (Astorbar) resident for several  years as Saturday headliner, and he’s had many high profile bookings – like the BRITS & MOBO after-parties and the football awards.

With current residencies  in Muswell Hill/Crouch End & “Maze Inn” Southgate, and recent production work for the German “Kosmo” label his multi-genre, classic groove style is instant gratification. Fusing funk, soul and roots with club classics. Sexy ethnic rhythms and deep house power. As a multi-instrumental musician, live textures are often used to augment the sets. Supadred is an old way of doing new things.

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Saturday 14th March – 8pm – £5

FGV presents Queer Vegan Disco

Queer Vegan Disco is a new monthly party for LGBT Londoners and their friends. DJs will be playing a mix of pop classics, indie anthems, alternative tunes, dance music and top 40. The emphasis is on tunes that will keep you moving.

8pm till late. Entry is priced at £5 on the door or £3 when you RSVP on the Facebook event.

Visit this link for more info: http://fatgayvegan.com/queer-vegan-disco/

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Sunday 15th March – 7pm – £7
Reggae: Live Injection presents The Music Hub
We love the sound of a fat, deep, dub bass at Kabaret at Karamel so in partnership with promoters Live Injection we present a reggae evening every Sunday night. New resident DJ is legendary tune master Goldfinger Ranking from Wisdom Hardcore and there are guest DJs each week.

That would be enough in itself, but as a special treat for you Live Injection are programming live acts guaranteed to get you up and moving and world food is available from the kitchen between 6 and 9.30pm.

Check the flyer for ticket price and arrive before 8pm for super cheap entry. Jah bless.

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