GBP 8.00 - GBP 20.00
Tea + a gig (a SoundsCreative neighbourhood project), is a monthly morning series of acoustic gigs for parents who want to see a great daylight gig with babies in tow, bringing to the stage an eclectic mix of talented & emerging musicians from the London music scene for an intimate, relaxed performance experience . From world folk, contemporary, to songs with and without words.
Bring your little ones along to their first gig experience this Autumn and enjoy an array of music from some amazing musicians!
'A great monthly gig series for adults, babies and toddlers'
When: the first Tuesday of every month
Time: Doors open 11am - music start 11.10am
Venue: The beautiful Old Church in StokeNewington
Tickets: £8 advance booking with FREE cuppa tea included! (little ones free).
Drop by audience welcome too for £10 on the door + a free cuppa
This Autumn season, Tea + a gig presents a feast of musical sounds from stunning musicians both local and international:
Curzon & Ter-Berg - 4th October - talented string duo playing beautiful arrangements of lesser known folk tunes from all over Europe.
Vocal Global - 1st November - a musical Journey around the world from the Caribbean to the Middle-East filled with vocals, ethnic beat box and lyrics in Hebrew, English and Creole.
Rodrigo Viterbo - 6th December - a sound exploration with Portuguese Didgeridoo player and crafter.
A season ticket for all 3 Autumn gigs includes a free pass to another SoundsCreative neighbourhood project of your choosing this Autumn including Tots Tunes and Vox Voices - £25
More info: soundscreativeprojects.co.uk/totstunes-gig
Tea + a gig is a linked project of Tots Tunes, sharing folk, jazz & world music with big and small audiences
Come along and try out a Tots Tunes workshop - interactive, energetic sessions for parents and little ones. Expect to hear (and join in with!) new tunes, folk tunes, revamped tunes. #ShakeStompSing
Weekly Thursdays at Vortex Jazz Club, monthly Saturdays at Paper dress.
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