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What a year it has been... 

2019 has been a busy one at Collage Arts. From launching our brand new studios at Artspace 5 alongside the N22 Open Studios gave us a chance to showcase just how wonderful our local artists and makers are.
The EFG London Jazz Festival at Karamel went down a storm securing its reputation as a serious music and arts venue. 
Michael Rosen's fantastic sold-out performance at Poetry and Poppadum's last Friday was superbly sublime.  
Not to mention our widely well received exhibitions, like Esther Serano's photographs - 'Under African Skies' and They Came Before Us - 'Can't Be What You Can't See' immersive exhibition showcasing the stories of five prominent women of colour in London's history.  

AND we're not done yet!   

Following two highly successful festival weeks with seven consecutive shows at Karamel for the EFG London Jazz Festival, Collage Arts continues to present top quality live music at Karamel 'til the end of the year.  

Harry Bolt Quartet
TONIGHT from 8pm, Thursday December 5

“Harry plays with soul, energy, versatility and most importantly – heart. He has an assured future in the business.”  Rodney Jones, Juilliard
Joined by Special Guest, Pedro Segundo on Drums 
Harry Bolt (piano), James Kitchman (Guitar), Andrea Di Biase (Bass)
£10 on the door

Brigitte Beraha with Mike Gorman trio and Loire Music guests

Thursday 12 December, 8pm
Brigitte Beraha (vocals) accompanied by Mike Gorman (piano), Flo Moore (bass) and Tristan Mailliot (drums).  Second set will feature guest vocalists and instrumentalists from the Loire Music summer schools and courses.
Book here 
End of Year Jazz Jam with Noah Stoneman
Wednesday 18 December, 8pm

Festive Jam Session led by young jazz pianist Noah Stoneman. First set with a swinging house band, second set open to musicians of all ages and ability, bring your instruments or come and enjoy the jammin'! 
Free to attend, Suitable for families. RSVP here
Professional storyteller, play-maker and rumpus orchestrator. Come along to Karamel on Saturday 7 December at 11.30am for participatory storytelling for the family! Think hat-stealing monkeys, rivers of porridge, gargantuan turnips. Occasionally there is a need to bust open the dressing up box, create a raging parachute ocean or simply just chase some bubbles, so she has that covered too.
FREE ENTRY. Families welcome.  

With Claudia Clare, ceramics artist

Your chance to learn how to repair, rebuild, or even completely recreate that much loved but broken vase, plate, or pot you've been keeping safely for - how long is it now? Almost everyone has a broken vase, plate, cup or pot - the one you couldn't quite bear to throw away because it holds a cherished memory or it's just your favourite. At this 4 hour workshop, you will learn how to repair it or completely reshape it into something else.

Saturday 7 December - 12noon to 4pm - £10
COLLAGE ARTSPACE 4 - Library Mall, 191 High Road, London N22 6DZ
(entrance to Library mall is via the high street or Morrison's car park)

REVOLUTION - A Night of Theatre, Music and Poetry 

Fundraising event - All proceeds go to a new hardship fund supporting young people in the arts facing economic challenges.

Stars of stage and screen come to Collage Arts to launch a new hardship fund to support young people in the performing arts facing economic challenges.

Join us in Karamel restaurant on Tuesday 17 December at 7pm to join some of Britain's most loved performers, singers and musicians in a night of cabaret like you have never seen before including Ann Mitchell (Eastenders, Widows), Che Walker, (Netflix), Maddy Hill (Eastenders, Casualty), Martina Laird (Casualty, National Theatre).

Fancy something a bit different this Christmas?
Christmas Day treat on 25 December at Karamel with a 100% Vegan Christmas dinner. 
Three courses available - menu available here.  
Call 020 3146 8775 to book your place! 
NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY!  NOTES FROM THE UNDERGROUND invites you to JOIN IN for one last dance in 2019 celebrating music, poetry, change, friendship and catharsis.

Some of the finest acts of the singer-songwriter scene, inspiring poets plus a killer band to see you start 2020 in the most inspiring and poetical manner.
LIVE music from The Lantern Society, Notes from Underground and When the Witnesses are gone acts plus your personalised Juke Box.

Choose 10 songs with your ticket and add them to our Playlist. Hosted by Gabriel Moreno.

Book here

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