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Samba Party
Aug
23
to Aug 24

Samba Party

TRIBO is an international non-profit cross-cultural drumming and dance music project whose philosophy aims to educate young children and adults encouraging their creativity. Through the power of music, TRIBO Project makes each individual feel that they can nurture their own creative life force without having to be musically trained or gifted and develop skills which will enrich their lives on multiple levels. They join us tonight straight from Notting Hill Carnival.

Supported by DJ Chris Sullivan

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The Feeling
Aug
23
10:00 PM22:00

The Feeling

The Feeling are a English rock band of true class and star quality. They have played sell-out tours across the country, taken four UK Top 10s and spent six weeks in the Singles Charts. Their albums have arguably garnered even greater success, with their two top 10 albums spending ten weeks at the top of the charts.

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Extinction Rebellion Funeral with Salena Godden and Birgitta Jonsdottir
Aug
23
8:30 PM20:30

Extinction Rebellion Funeral with Salena Godden and Birgitta Jonsdottir

One of the UK’s foremost poets, regularly anthologised and headlining festivals nationally and internationally. A BBC regular, Salena Godden has written and presented several arts and music programmes – a film of her poem Titanic was aired as part of BBC poetry programme We Belong Here. A short-fiction Blue Cornflowers was shortlisted for the Guardian Short Story Prize 2016. Her essay Shade was published in 2016’s literary sensation The Good Immigrant, which won the Reader’s Choice Book Of The Year Award. A new piece Skin was commissioned for The Essay and broadcast on BBC Radio 3 in February 2017. Her live album LIVEwire showcases a broad range of her work and has attracted rave reviews since launching with indie poetry label Nymphs and Thugs. The LIVEwire limited edition vinyl launches with the N&T ‘Summer of LOVEwire’ UK tour in spring 2017.

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Opening Show -  Extinction Rebellion Funeral with Citizens of the World Choir,  John Mitchinson, Peter Jukes and Stephen Colegrave
Aug
23
8:00 PM20:00

Opening Show - Extinction Rebellion Funeral with Citizens of the World Choir, John Mitchinson, Peter Jukes and Stephen Colegrave

Extinction Rebellion will stage one of their memorable iconic protests against ecocide, a Funeral for the Earth. With the help of Citizens of the World Choir. A choir for people who are refugees, asylum seekers, migrants and friends. They provide a safe space for refugees to express themselves through music, as well as creating a diverse, friendly social community.

They will be joined by host John Mitchinson and the founders of the festival - Stephen Colegrave and Peter Jukes to welcome everyone and kick off a fabulous three days

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Kevin Rowland (Dexys) - DJ Set
Aug
23
6:30 PM18:30

Kevin Rowland (Dexys) - DJ Set

Leader of the iconic Dexys Midnight Runners, now Dexys after their successful comeback in 2012 after 25 years hiatus, Kevin Rowland’s musical genius has made him a highly respected and in-demand DJ.

Playing for adoring audiences at clubs and festivals across the UKthroughout the years, Kevin has also compiled the “Made to Measure compilation for Motown.

For the past decade, Dexy’s legendary frontman and artistic visionary has developed a different class of DJ set, expressing a deep love of classic anthems and an uncanny ability for uncovering neglected pop gold.


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Misha Glenny - McMafia Standup
Aug
23
5:30 PM17:30

Misha Glenny - McMafia Standup

Journalist and author Misha Glenny has spent years courageously investigating the most dangerous and sophisticated organised crime networks around the world. His international bestseller McMafia, now a hit BBC TV series, is known to millions and in this illuminating talk, Glenny will shed further light on the Russian mafia, giant drug cartels, corrupt intelligence agencies and cyber hackers that pose an increasing threat to global security in the 21st century.

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