Happy International Women’s Day to all of us. We are celebrating this evening at a local event put together by Tower Hamlets Homes called ‘Her Story.’ We’ll be listening to inspiring stories from all walks of life and learning about the ‘Women in Leadership and Development Programme’. We’ll share insights and any interesting news we get from this event. Love Shkembe Soup
Saturday 18th March 2017, 8-11pm Join us for an evening of live music and dance by Shkembe Soup in aid of Greenwich Mencap.
Venue: Mycenae House, 90 Mycenae Road, Blackheath, London SE3 7SE
All ticket proceeds and donations on the night will go to Greenwich Mencap. Greenwich Mencap runs a range of support services for adults and children with learning disabilities and their families in the Royal Borough of Greenwich.
Tickets £10 in advance. For tickets contact: Kameel Khan- firstname.lastname@example.org Anna Marie- email@example.com James Thorpe on 020 8305 2245 ex 204 Kameel Khan on 020 305 2245 ex 212
Sunday 19th March 2017 at 2pm Your East End festival at the Museum of London Docklands
We are performing as part of this weekend festival. Here’s more about it.
Join us for a celebration of all things local at this exciting family festival weekend. Diverse, creative and exciting, East London is home to many stories and memories. Explore other people’s and share your own at this fun family weekend. Get hands-on with crafts and workshops for the whole family to enjoy, or sit back, relax and enjoy performances from some of the area’s local talent. This festival has been developed in partnership with local people so come along to celebrate your East End. Free.
We are delighted to be back dancing, singing and playing in our favourite East End Victoria Park as part of the Bandstand season. We are performing on the Bandstand from 2 pm on Bank Holiday Sunday 29th May 2016.We are having a picnic first from midday. Special guests Mingus E l a s t i c Band are joining us to play their fantastic music too.
We had such a good time at this cabaret at the Bethnal Green Working Men’s club. We really enjoyed performing and watching all our fellow artists and aliens from all over the solar system and beyond. I lost my heart to a starship trooper, but maybe, an intergalactic adventure has begun. More gig news tomorrow.