May 22, 2016
When?Sunday 29th May from 5pm - 9.30pm
What's this all about?
It’s simple: We're throwing open our doors for a series of informal music sessions.
Who is playing?
In the tradition of the music of pre-revolution Havana, "The Sugar Kings" trio present son Cubano, bolero, Guarachando and cha cha cha with vocal harmonies, earthy rhythms and a warm Cuban Spirit.
Band leader, Flavio Correa, is a Cuban percussionist and singer based in London. He grew up in Centro Havana surrounded by Cuban musical giants like Chucho Valdez. He specialises in latin percussion and afro-Cuban drumming, Cuban rumba and afro-cuban folkloric music.
After coming to the UK Flavio founded his band ‘The Sugar Kings’, named after the famous Havana Baseball team of the pre-revolution days when Havana was brimming with notorious gangsters and Hollywood stars.
The band has performed in such venues as The National Theatre, 606 club and The Royal Albert Hall Jazz series.
What's the vibe?
Expect Sunny vibes, a stripped back menu of tasty meze, good music and rum fuelled spiritous concoctions with a Levantine twist.
Music kicks off at 6pm sharp.
How much will it cost to and how can I book?Admission is £5
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