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A wonderful assortment of public speakers, poets, singers, rappers, musicians, dancers, dramatists and other assorted magical cabaret artists inspire and rouse up an audience of alternative postmodern revelers, travelers, hippies, anarchists and squatters to join in the fun.
Kentish Town tube rings out to the sound of a Christmas sing-a-long
Autism Rocks is a unique new event organised by The National Autistic Society, where we bring some of Britain’s best indie and rock talent to an autism-friendly setting – whilst raising much-needed funds for our work.
Gentle Men – For No Glory
Thursday 27 November 7.30pm
St Giles-in-the-Fields • London WC2H 8LG
Performed by Robb Johnson, Jenny Carr and John Forrester
Introduced by A.L. Kennedy
Songwriter Robb Johnson performs his acclaimed song cycle Gentle Men, telling the stories of Robb’s grandfathers Ernest Johnson and Harry Jenner – who survived the First World War but were forever in its shadow.
Join us THIS COMING Wednesday 26th November for Colombian Caravana ‘s Salsa Night Fundraiser:
Great line up, including:-
Salsa lesson with José and Linda
Latin American singers Jorge y Patricia
Raffle with great prizes
Meet members of the Caravana, find out how to get involved, about our work or just have fun.
When some sections of the press mocked Russell Brand for being a verbose, working class Essex boy by saying that everything he said should be followed by “PARKLIFE” it was pretty fun. Brand’s response, to team up with the Rubber Bandits and turn the joke back on the tellers is even better.
Songs from Below Is back and soon. And we do have fantastic songcrafters and acoustic music makers.
Really massively pleased to finally have Nia coming her unique, resonator backed America style. Listen to her here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DL3PaxavTD8. It’s taken many months to get her at Songs from Below and it will totally be worth it.
Also really happy to be welcoming Nouria back. Definitely one of the most appreciated acts at songs from below (even is her music does sometimes contain villainous Jazzish tendencies). She also played IWD unplugged last year and she was massively loved.
And Robbie DesRoches who’s crazy band Big Boys Camp, shocked and awed the crowds at proud Camden last week will be bringing his own show to Songs from Below.
A good night it will be. Entry just £4 and all profits go to the musicians.
Political singer-songwriters Robb Johnson and Leon Rosselson are joined by author and activist John Barker to perform their work, and discuss the politics of working class culture.
Tuesday, September 30 at 7:30pm Fiddler’s Elbow – Camden 1 Malden Road, NW5 3HS So after a massively enjoyable august show, we have some more fantastic musicians and songcrafters coming to perform for us this month at Songs From Below. Specifically, Cat Bear Tree, Robin Grey Cat Bear Tree are a band that I’ve been […]