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Sun 30th September

Wibbly Wobbly Wecords: BUMBLE SUNDAY

Wibbly Wobbly Wecords will be back with their Bumble Sunday featuring crafty makers & a vintage lounge market, Bring Your Own Vinyl tunes and general cosy vibes.

Special guests @moc.83 aka DJ !mark? and #BROKENLEGO aka Lee V Malone will be selecting tunes for you.

We will be serving our usual favourites including the famous Ziggy burger, and an all day happy hour. If you have a vinyl at home that has been lacking that special TLC it so deserves, bring it along and the WWW DJ will spin it for all of us to enjoy!

12pm - 6pm / free entry
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Sun 30th September

London Tap Jam

Did you know tap dance is the original street dance? In the 1930s, tap dancers would gather on US city street corners to trade steps and challenge each other. Check out where tap dance is now at our September edition of London Tap Jam!

At London Tap Jam you will find the hottest improvised tap dance and live music that London has to offer. If you’re looking for a unique and exciting night out with a friendly crowd then you won’t want to miss this. Bring your friends and be prepared to be wowed!

We are excited to have the wonderful Jess Murray hosting and she will be joined by the fantastic live band, The Michèle Drees Trio, along with tap dancers from across the country and beyond. Join in on taps, on an instrument/vocals or just sit back and enjoy an amazing night!

From 7.15pm, LTJ presents the FREE Renegade Stage with the fantastic Annette Walker, who will be leading exercises for dancers new to improvisation. Bring your tap shoes and join in.

At 8pm the jam starts, featuring improvised tap dance and hosted by Jess Murray. Musicians/singers and tap dancers are welcome to play – just tell Melody what you want to dance to.

£6 otd for participating tap dancers/musicians/singers.

7pm-11pm / £8 adv; £10 otd
Advance tickets


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