Pay to Play for Akilli – The Biggest Jam Session Ever

Our next fundraiser for the Akili Trust is a fabulous and innovative musical evening, organized for us by Steve Grocott.

Steve, a professional musician, joined us on our trip in October and played music with the children in both of the schools and was the creator of the Dabaso school song.

Come along to play (contact Steve, steve.grocott@btinternet.com) or to listen and enjoy

Pay to Play for Akilli – The Biggest Jam Session Ever

SATURDAY, 11th MAY 2013 7.30 – 11.00 pm

Ticket prices £10.00

Come along and listen… or bring your ukulele, comb and paper, saxophone, iPhone, fiddle, voice, spoons or anything that makes a noise and join with some of the best musicians in the world in an evening of music-making and conviviality.

PLAYERS ALREADY CONFIRMED INCLUDE:

A Georgian choir A Ukulele Section The Fabulous Rory McLeod Elliete Mackrell, Steve Grocott and Gervais Curry The Drones Professor Sonic’s iPhone ensemble Storyteller and percussionist extraordinaire, Winston Nzinga

Like Joey Fagan in the Commitments you can say “I’ve jammed with the man!”

The Horseshoe 24 Clerkenwell Close London EC1R 0AT (click here for directions)

#GervaisCurry #jamsession #music #RoryMcLeod #ProfessorSonicsiPhoneensemble #TheDrones #EllieteMackrell #UkuleleSection #SteveGrocott #Georgianchoir #WinstonNzinga

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Address

119 Victoria Road 

London N22 7XG 

United Kingdom

mail@akilitrust.org

The Akili Trust is a UK charity committed to the development of community libraries in East Africa (UK charity number 1114275)

Akili Community Libraries is the Kenyan partner organisation and is registered as an NGO in Kenya. NGO number OP.218/051/2008/017/5057

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