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May 24, 2018
  • May 24, 2018 from 7:00pm to 11:30pm
  • Location: Karamel London N22, 4 Coburg Road, Wood Green, London N22 6UJ
  • Latest Activity: Apr 24

Brigitte Beraha (Vocals), Barry Green (Piano), Chris Laurence (Bass), Paul Clarvis (Drums)

A collaboration between two of the UK’s finest jazz artists Barry Green-piano and Brigitte Beraha-voice, Babelfish also features legends Muswell Hill resident Chris Laurence-double bass and Paul Clarvis-drums/percussion who stems from Enfield.  All musicians are nationally and highly acclaimed and we are honoured to have these well established musicians perform in North London's best jazz venue.

Between them they have played or recorded with artists as diverse as Bobby Wellins, BBC Concert Orchestra, Evan Parker, Kenny Wheeler and Stevie Wonder.

Their albums 'Babelfish' and 'Chasing Rainbows' received rave reviews and this gig marks the first concert of their 20-date UK tour which will culminate into the recording of their much anticipated third album: a journey into their favourite books through the vehicles of jazz, latin, classical, folk and improvised music.

“Babelfish are a definition of a contemporary jazz class act.” The Guardian

"It’s a pleasure to enter the original music language of this band: a world of playfulness and beauty, where anything could happen- you’re caught up in their sense of mystery and imagination.” LondonJazz

Tickets available on the door at £10 per person.
Doors open at 6pm.
Live music starts at 8pm – 2 sets of an hour with a short interval.
Kitchen is open from 7pm until 10pm.

Come early and enjoy our Happy Hour Buy One Get One Half Price on drinks offer 5-7pm. Mention ALLYPALLYNEIGHBOURS at the Bar!

Karamel is a unique vegan space in the heart of Wood Green’s Cultural Quarter and is the centre point of the Chocolate Factory studios. Enjoy good quality fresh, affordable and hearty breakfasts, and world food buffets.  We aim to satisfy the most critical beer drinker with our quality craft vegan beers from local or micro-breweries on tap.

It holds 2 Time Out awards, is open Mon-Sun and hosts Jazz every Thursday evening and presents singer/songwriters, alternative folk and poetry and emerging artists on Friday nights.

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