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WELCOME! ¡VAMOS! SUMMER 2019 A collaboration between Jungle Drums and Como No showcasing the best and hottest Latin events in London each summer.

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to the ninth Summer of ¡Vamos!, your handy pocket-sized guide that brings you the best in live music, exhibitions, festivals and more. Our 2019 edition is here to brighten up your summer, bringing a carefully selected list of the best Latin American events the capital will host during the next caliente months, from Anitta to Julio Iglesias. To make your life easier, listings appear month by month and full details of all the venues are on the back pages. And make sure not to miss a Latin beat by always checking our frequently updated website at vamos-london.com and while there, do sign up for our monthly eflyer for the pick of the best. Ready for the true London Latin Experience? Then let’s Vamos!

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FROM THE MAYOR “I am delighted to once again offer a message of support to this year's Vamos! London's Guide to the Latin Summer. This summer's programme highlights the amazing contribution the Latin American Community makes ensuring that London is one of the most creative and exciting cities in the world.  With a stunning selection of events and activities to choose from you will be able to experience the best of Latin American arts and culture  I hope you have wonderful summer and enjoy everything London has to offer!”

Sadiq Khan Mayor of London Milton Nascimento @ Barbican, 17 June, page 7

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JUNE 1 OCT A

LUCHITA HURTADO Serpentine Gallery / Tue - Sun 10am - 6pm, Free First UK solo exhibition of works by the Venezuela born artist. Tracing the trajectory of Hurtado’s expansive, 80-year career it reveals the scale, experimentation and playfulness of her impressive oeuvre, which uses cosmic motifs and geometric abstractions.

SUN & MON 2-3 JUN M

ALFREDO RODRÍGUEZ AND PEDRITO MARTINEZ Ronnie Scott’s / 6.30pm, from £30 Grammy-nominated Cuban artists Alfredo Rodríguez and Pedrito Martinez first worked together on Alfredo’s 2012 release Invasion Parade. Together, these two master musicians take listeners on a unique and exciting journey.

SUN 9 JUN M

LOS AMIGOS INVISIBLES O2 Academy Islington / 7pm, £40.15 On the back of their massively successful album El Paradise, the legendary Venezuelan funk band looks forward to rocking the London stage once again. Opening the show will be Baldo Verdu and Tonto Malembe, the UK's most exciting Latin Funk-Rock band.

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ON YOUR FEET GLORIA ESTEFAN MUSICAL Coliseum / Tue - Sat 7.30pm, Thu & Sat 2.30pm, Sun 3pm, from £19.80 The inspiring love story of Emilio and Gloria Estefan, charting their origins in Cuba onto the streets of Miami and to international superstardom. Gloria has sold over 100 million records worldwide and Emilio created a new Latin crossover sound – fusing Cuban rhythms with American pop and disco.

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URBAN IMPULSES: LATIN AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHY FROM 1959 TO 2016 The Photographers Gallery / Daily various times, £5 With more than two hundred images including work by Alberto Korda (Cuba), Graciela Iturbide (Mexico) and Sergio Larrain (Chile).

MON 17 JUN M

MILTON NASCIMENTO Barbican / 8pm. From £30 Brazilian musical icon Milton Nascimento revisits songs from his pivotal Clube da Esquina project – the series of albums that transformed the musical landscape of his country .

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Los Amigos Invisibles @ O2 Academy Islington, 9 June (page 7)

21 JUN M

FLORA MATOS The Jazz Cafe / 7.30pm, from £10 Flora Matos is the Brazilian lyrical master whose tectonic rhymes and piercing flow has seen her become one of South America’s best MCs.

FRI-SUN 21-23 JUN F FRI 21 JUN - SUN 23 JUN (F)

LONDON SALSA FEST

Electric Brixton / Fri 9pm - 3am, Sat 2pm - 3am, Sun 2pm - 1am, from £30 A weekend of full-on London salsa madness! A feast of salsa dancing, concerts and masterclasses - two live concerts and one unmissable Sunday party night.

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ISMAEL MIRANDA & JIMMY BOSCH Electric Brixton / 9pm / £30 advance, £35 at door Ismael Miranda, one of the founders of The Fania All Stars, was baptised as "El Niño Bonito de la Salsa" (The Pretty Boy of Salsa). Jimmy Bosch is loved and respected by Salseros the world over and can turn the trombone heat up at just the right moment.


FRIDAY 22 NOVEMBER BRINGS FROM THE

Danilo Pérez Global Messengers Southbank Centre / Queen Elizabeth Hall The Panamanian pianist brings together masters from musical traditions in Palestine, Greece and Jordan to join him

Eliane Elias + Vinícius Cantuária Barbican A feast of Brazilian jazz with two inspirational musicians from the very heart of the genre

Omar Puente & friends Kings Place Internationally-acclaimed Cuban violinist showcases work from throughout his career, playing with his new project Classico Latino Sextet

More info on these & all our shows at efglondonjazzfestival.org.uk


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Nicola Cruz @ EartH, 22 June

ALEJANDRO ABREU & HAVANA D'PRIMERA Electric Brixton / 9pm / £30 advance, £35 at door Part of the London Salsa Fest. Havana D'Primera is a Cuban Timba band founded by Alejandro Abreu, a Latin Grammy Award-winning artist and skilled instrumentalist who has made a career out of fusing rhythms across salsa, jazz, funk and Afro-Cuban.

SAT 22 JUN M

NICOLA CRUZ EartH / 8pm, from £20 Nicola Cruz will be exploring tracks from his latest album Siku, combining native tribal grooves with sophisticated percussion and rhythms, creating a unique blend of electronic music.

SUN 23 JUN F

PORTOBELLO SPANISH FESTIVAL Portobello Road (by Westway) & Tavistock Square Gardens / 10am - 6pm, Free A day of Spanish food, wine, shopping and flamenco. A place for people to share and celebrate all that is loved about Spanish culture, it’s designed to be fun for the whole family and includes Flamenco on the Square, a stellar line-up of Flamenco performances and workshops.

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JUNE

WED 26 JUN M

JULIO IGLESIAS

Luchita Hurtado @ Serpentine Gallery, page 7

The SSE Arena Wembley / 6.30pm, from £69.25 The legendary singer-songwriter Julio Iglesias is one of the world’s best-selling artists of all time, and the most celebrated in Spanish music history, with more than 300 million records sold in 14 languages.

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AIRTO MOREIRA & FLORA PURIM

MART'NÁLIA

Ronnie Scott’s / 5.30pm & 9.30pm, from £30

The Jazz Cafe | 7pm, from £25

Brazilian Airto Moreira is a percussionist and singer. Flora Purim is one of the most influential singers of her generation. It is through the heart that we respond to Airto and Flora's extraordinary talents. Open your ears and you will fly.

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Mart’nália has forged her own musical path over the last 30 years - working with legends like Caetano Veloso and Maria Bethânia and culminating in a prestigious Latin Grammy award for her 2017 album Misturado. An icon of Brazilian samba and percussion.


JULY Rocio Molina, part of Sadler's Wells Flamenco Festival

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FLAMENCO FESTIVAL LONDON Sadler’s Wells / Tue - Sat, Mon 7.30pm, Sun 4pm / From £15 Start off the summer with a blast of fiery flamenco from the most exciting and legendary names in the artform. A programme that encompasses music and dance, the cutting-edge and the classical, with artists crossing both genre and gender divides, as they explore what flamenco is, and can be.

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BALLET FLAMENCO SARA BARAS — SOMBRAS Sadler’s Wells / Tue - Sat 7.30pm, Sun 4pm / From £15 The flamenco superstar draws on a

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dance thread that has woven its way through her career, as she celebrates the twentieth anniversary of her company. La Farruca, with its dramatic fast-footwork, is usually reserved for men - Sara Barras claims it as her own.

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COMIDA FEST Cutty Sark Gardens / 12pm - 7pm / Free Entry A culinary journey from Mexico to Argentina, showcasing exciting tropical flavours through London’s best street food traders, cocktails, Latin beats, party and a friendly vibe for fiesta lovers. Also August 10 & 11 at Potters Field Park, Tower Bridge. Full info at comidafest.com


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SUMMER HIGHLIGHTS MILTON NASCIMENTO

Brazilian musical icon revisits songs from his pivotal “Clube da Esquina” project. See page 7

ON YOUR FEET Flamenco Festival

On your feet

The Broadway musical based on the life and music of Emilio and Gloria Estefan lands in town. See page 7

JULIO IGLESIAS

One of the most famous voices in the world is back with his 50 Year Anniversary World Tour. See page 12

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FLAMENCO FESTIVAL

It's flamenco time! Sadler's Wells celebrates the finest flamenco dancers, singers and musicians in the world. See page 14

SONORA DINAMITA

Celebrate Mexico's Independence Day with the country’s favourite cumbia dance band See page 28

CASA FESTIVAL

Casa Festival

A theatre, dance, music and film festival with a latin twist. See page 21

URBAN IMPULSES

The exhibition embraces half a century of Latin American photography, from 1959 to 2017. See page 7

Urban Impulses

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JULY Gilberto Gil @ O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire, 7 July

SAT 6 JUL M

SOLD OUT

A TRIBUTE TO THE BUENA VISTA SOCIAL CLUB WITH THE CUBAN ALLSTARS Boisdale of Canary Wharf / 7.15pm & 9.45pm Boisdale has gathered together the crème de la crème of Cuba’s ex-pat musicians to pay homage to the Buena Vista Social Club, performing the lovelorn ballads and son-based dance numbers.

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MIGUEL POVEDA — RECITAL DE CANTE Sadler’s Wells / 7.30pm / £24 - £45 Flamenco singer Miguel Poveda is renowned for both his deep respect for the heritage of the music and his inventive approach. Poveda takes the audience on a tour of the traditional musical forms of flamenco, from the cantinas of Cadiz to the demanding la soleá repertoire.

MON 8 JUL M

O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire / 7pm / From £40.90

MARCELO D2

Brazilian multi-instrumentalist, singer and songwriter Gilberto Gil is one of the originators of the Tropicália movement - this is your chance to witness a living legend in action.

Marcelo D2 is back with a bang. Since his early mixing of punk rock with rap, samba and MPB, he’s been revolutionising the Brazilian hip-hop scene in his own unique way.

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JULY TUE 9 JUL D

ROCÍO MOLINA — FALLEN FROM HEAVEN Sadler’s Wells / 7.30pm / £15 - £30 The “unconventional and absolutely compelling” (Evening Standard) Rocío Molina’s efforts to push the boundaries of what flamenco is, has seen her Olivier Award-nominated for outstanding achievement in dance. Her latest show draws on both male and animalistic movement to explore gender, sex and flamenco itself.

WED 10 JUL M

DORANTES, TIM RIES AND ADAM BEN EZRA + GUEST ARTIST JESÚS CARMONA — FLAMENCO MEETS JAZZ Sadler’s Wells / 7.30pm / £24 - £45 Three jazz musicians come together as they dismantle the barriers between jazz and flamenco music. Pianist Dorantes uses influences from classical to Celtic; Adam Ben Ezra has pioneered a new form of playing the double bass, and saxophonist Tim Ries completes this ensemble. Mayra Andrade plays Walthamstow Garden Party

THU 11 JUL D

OLGA PERICET — THE THORN THAT WANTED TO BE A FLOWER, OR THE FLOWER THAT DREAMED OF BEING A DANCER Sadler’s Wells / 7.30pm / £15 - £30 Fresh from her win at the Spanish National Dance Prize in 2018, the endlessly innovative Olga Pericet brings her beautiful experiments in flamenco to the festival once again. Combining theatre and dance, Pericet has created a world that is as poetic and surreal as its title.

SAT-SUN 13-14 JUL F

WALTHAMSTOW GARDEN PARTY Lloyd Park / Noon to 9:30pm / Free Walthamstow Garden Party returns to Lloyd Park for two days of music, theatre, dance, film, spoken word, arts & crafts, food and community fun. The Barbican Music Stage will feature international musicians including Colombian LA-33, Cuban-Cape Verdean Mayra Andrade, Brazilian Tássia Reis, & Cuban Orquestra Akokan.

MON 15 JUL M

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ROSALÍA Somerset House / 7.30pm The reigning queen of Latina pop, Rosalía embodies the essence of

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flamenco but has updated it with her very own contemporary R&B flavours. Rosalía’s voice, style and energy have brought the old and new worlds together and has led to collaborations with James Blake and J. Balvin.

MON-TUE 15-16 JUL P

INO MOXO BY GRUPO INTEGRO Purcell Room / Sat 7:45pm, Sun 5:30pm / £15 - £20 Venture through the Amazon in search of legendary ayahuasca shaman Ino Moxo in a visionary theatrical experience with Peru’s Grupo Integro. This multi-award winning piece of visual and choreographic theatre, featuring stunning imagery, is based on César Calvo’s novel The Three Halves of Ino Moxo.

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CASA Arcola Theatre, Rio Cinema, Eastern Curve Garden / Various times and prices A festival programming a diverse spectrum of work made by artists based in Latin America, as well as those of Latin American heritage based in the UK. The CASA stage presents theatre, dance, music and film that might otherwise be unseen by London audiences.

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BOOGARINS The Jazz Cafe / 7pm / £13.50 Boogarins bring their psychedelic blues-based guitar lines back to the capital. Opening the show will be Clémentine March: musically trained in Brazil, she writes songs and instrumentals that cross language and genre borders, mashing raw rock sounds, pastoral pop compositions and Brazilian influences.

WED-FRI 17-19 JUL M

PAQUITO D’RIVERA Ronnie Scott’s / 5.30pm & 9.30pm / £40 - £55 Paquito D’Rivera, clarinettist and saxophonist, is acclaimed by millions of fans. Performing masterpieces from Falla, Albéniz, Rodrigo, Tárrega, and some of the most famous Portuguese fado, he brings a special touch to Latin Jazz.

WED-FRI 17-26 JUL P

CASA FILMS Rio Cinema / Various times / £10 Exhibiting the vibrancy of Latin American Cinema from personal and local perspectives. Watch Lucrecia Martel’s classic The Headless Woman and discover gems like Cocote by Nelson Carlo de los Santos Arias from Dominican Republic. 22

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19-27 JUL P

THE ONLY THING A GREAT ACTRESS NEEDS, IS A GREAT WORK AND THE WILL TO SUCCEED - VACA 35 Arcola Theatre / 9.30pm / £20 Mexican theatre company in a site specific work seeking to explore the world, its violence and marginalisation through universal topics. (not 21 JUL)

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TITO PUENTE JR The Jazz Cafe / 7pm / £22.50 Tito, Jr. is determined to nurture the musical legacy left by his father. His latest release Got Mambo? is a mixture of the old and the new as he takes a musical departure into powerful new music of his own, receiving great praise from tropical and Latin jazz critics alike.

SUN 21 JUL F

CASA OPEN AIR Eastern Curve Garden / 12 pm / Free A day of free events in Dalston’s beautiful Eastern Curve Garden. Expect children’s activities like mask making, face painting and puppet demonstrations. Participate in workshops, watch performances from CASA artists and dance to live music.


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JULY THU 25 JUL M

BACILOS Electric Brixton / 7pm / £30

Omara Portuondo @ Barbican, 28 July

TUE-FRI 23-26 JUL P

CHIFLON, THE SILENCE OF COAL - SILECIO BLANCO Arcola Theatre / 7.30pm / £14.50 A shaft collapses. A young coal miner is thrown out of work. The only way he can keep working for the company is by heading to the region of Chiflón del Diablo, notorious for having one of the world’s most dangerous mines. Puppet theatre from Chile.

WED 24 JUL M

EMICIDA The Jazz Cafe / 7pm / £17.50 The name Emicida is a joining of the words Emcee and homicide, one who ‘kills’ his opponents through rhymes. One of the most respected MCs in Brazil and one of the biggest revelations in the country’s underground hip hop scene.

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Bacilos are a multiple award-winning Latin rock and pop group formed by Colombian singer-songwriter and guitarist Jorge Villamizar, Brazilian bassist André Lopes, and Puerto Rican drummer José Javier Freire, whose hit singles include Tabaco y Chanel, Caraluna, Mi Primer Millón, Pasos de Gigante, and Contigo Se Va.

FRI-SAT 26-27 JUL F

FIESTA DE MEXICO Guildhall Yard / Noon onwards / Free Revel in the vibrant cultural traditions of Mexico during this two-day fiesta. Savour typical street food and dancing. In the evening Guildhall Yard will come to life with the sounds of Mariachi.

SUN 28 JUL M

OMARA PORTUONDO - OMARA ES CUBA – EL ÚLTIMO BESO Barbican / 7.30pm / from £32.50 Omara Portuondo - multi-talented singer from Buena Vista Social Club - is joined by pianist Roberto Fonseca, a contemporary pioneer of Latin jazz, to bring Cubanía to life mixing traditional bolero with jazz and blues.


AUGUST Rosalia @ Somerset House, 15 July, page 20

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TUE 6 AUG M

LA CLAVE FESTIVAL

ANITTA

Finsbury Park / Free

Royal Festival Hall / 7.30pm / £35-£70

London's FREE Latin music, dance and arts festival. A journey through Latin Jazz, Fusion, Folk, Funk, Bolero, Samba, Tango, Salsa, Latin Hip-Hop, Reggaeton and more, culminating in a party you won't want to leave.

SAT 3 AUG F

INOCENTES

The first Brazilian to win Best Latin American Act at the MTV Europe Music Awards. Expect to hear songs from her first trilingual album, Kisses.

SAT-SUN 24-25 AUG F

THE LONDON LATIN FEST

Made in Brasil / 8pm / Free

ULU / 1.30pm / £80 before 1 Aug, £90 thereafter

Inocentes are one of the oldest active punk rock bands in Brazil, mixing punk, post-punk and other influences. In July 2016, their 1986 album Pânico em SP was elected by Rolling Stone Brasil as the 6th best Brazilian punk rock album.

The London LatinFest 2019 is even bigger and better than before: with 85 workshops, 15 shows, 10 DJs and 4 Party Rooms. Artists include Charlie Garcia and his partner; Nelson Flores, Devin Flores and Destiny Garcia; and Pablo & Raquel.

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SEPTEMBER

Criolo @ Islington Assembly Hall, 10 September

FRI 6 SEP P

MARLENE IN HAVANA GYPSY TANGO CABARET Purcell Room / 7.45 p.m. An evening inspired by Marlene Dietrich’s appearance with Burt Bacharach at the exclusive club Sans Soucis in Havana, Cuba, the cabaret capital of the world in the 1950’s.

SAT 7 SEP-12 OCT F

AMIGO MONTH Various Venues and times / Full info at www.amigomonth.com Amigo Month is an annual five week celebration of the history, culture and contribution of the UK’s estimated three million Spanish and Portuguese speakers.

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CRIOLO Islington Assembly Hall / 8 p.m. from £27.50 The Brazilian artist continues to explore new musical sounds with new songs like Etérea while keeping true to his street roots. Criolo is bringing his poignant voice to London at a crucial time in Brazil’s current political climate.

SUN 15 SEP F

SONORA DINAMITA - MEXICAN INDEPENDENCE DAY EartH / 7pm / from £30 Mexico’s favourite cumbia dance band head the line up for a night full of mariachis, tacos and tequila to toast the country’s independence.


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VENUES Arcola Theatre 24 Ashwin St, E8 3DL Dalston Kingsland & Dalston Junction arcolatheatre.com Barbican Centre Silk Street, EC2Y 8DS Moorgate / Barbican barbican.org.uk Boisdale of Canary Wharf Cabot Square, E14 4QT Canary Wharf boisdale.co.uk/canary-wharf Coliseum Charing Cross eno.org Cutty Sarks Gardens SE10 9LW Cutty Sark for Maritime Greenwich comidafest.com EartH 11-17 Stoke Newington Road, N16 8BH Dalston Kingsland/Dalston Junction earthackney.co.uk

If you have a Latin event at your venue that we should know about, get in touch so we can include your listing in our online version. Send an email to info@vamos-london.com

Guildhall Yard EC2V 5AE Bank fiestademexico.com

Ronnie Scott’s 47 Frith Street W1D 4HT Tottenham Court Road ronniescotts.co.uk

Islington Assembly Hall Upper St, N1 2UD Highbury & Islington Islingtonassemblyhall.co.uk

Royal Festival Hall Southbank Centre, SE1 8XX Waterloo southbankcentre.co.uk

Lloyd Park Forest Rd, E17 5JW Walthamstow Central Made in Brasil 12 Inverness Street, NW1 7HJ Camden Town madeinbrasil.co.uk

Sadler’s Wells Rosebery Avenue, EC1R 4TN Angel sadlerswells.com

O2 Academy Islington Angel Central, N1 0PS Angel academymusicgroup.com/ o2academyislington O2 Shepherds Bush Empire Shepherd’s Bush Green, W12 8TT Shepherd’s Bush Central academymusicgroup.com/ o2shepherdsbushempire

Eastern Curve Garden 13 Dalston Ln, E8 3DF Dalston Junction dalstongarden.org

Portobello Road/Tavistock Square Gardens Westbourne Park Tavistock Crescent, W11 1HF portobellospanishfest.co.uk

Electric Brixton Town Hall Parade, SW2 1RJ Brixton Electricbrixton.uk.com

Purcell Room Southbank Centre, SE1 8XX Waterloo southbankcentre.co.uk

Finsbury Park Finsbury Park laclavefest.co.uk

Rio Cinema 107 Kingsland High St, E8 2PB Dalston Kingsland riocinema.org.uk

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Serpentine Gallery West Carriage Drive, W2 2AR Lancaster Gate serpentinegalleries.org Somerset House Strand, WC2R 1LA Covent Garden somersethouse.org.uk The Jazz Cafe 5 Parkway, NW1 7PG Camden Town thejazzcafelondon.com The Photographers’ Gallery 16-18 Ramillies St, W1F 7LW Oxford Circus thephotographersgallery. org.uk The SSE Arena Wembley Arena Square, HA9 0AA Wembley Park Ssearena.co.uk ULU Malet Street, WC1E 7HY Goodge Street ulu-live.co.uk


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