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  • Levi Dean Live, 8 December, 20:00

    Levi Dean and the Americats create a unique blend of Americana, blues, folk, rock and country that is rooted in tradition, yet contemporary.

  • PERAN - Rebetiko & Laiko concert - Stoke Newington Music Festival, 20 Ocotber, 20:00

    PERAN is a great Rebetiko-Laiko Greek music band performing songs from Vamvakaris, Peristeris, Delias, Zampetas, Tsitsanis, Hiotis and all great composers.

    Our performance is not crazy and loud like usual Greek bands, but more relaxed and down to earth.

  • Ravi Rajani Band, 15 October, 15:00

    Join Ravi Rajani Band for an afternoon of funky blues in the heart of Stoke Newington.

    You'll be treated to a mix of original songs and blues standards inspired by legends like Robert Cray, Robben Ford and Albert King.

    Free entry, great food and drinks--what more could you want?

    Ravi Rajani - Vocals, guitar, chordalizer
    Steve Parkinson - Drums
    Reggie Edwards - Bass

  • Anna Scott solo - Americana Music, 14 October, 20:00

    Singer, dancer, tap-dancer, actress, choreographer, songwriter London based, Parisian born yet nourished by american musical theatre, Anna expored this genre with great passion but in her own original style, creating shows including: Let Me Entertain You (2007), Tete A Tete (2009), Come On (2010) ... with solo versions of jazz classics and musical standards, along with her own compositions.

  • Taqsim - a night of Arabic music and Bellydancing, 13 October, 20:00

    We will be playing a mixture of traditional Arabic music and our original Arabic influenced material. The venue's perfect for those of you who want to come and dance, or you can order food and drink and just watch. To book a table call 020 7686 8184

  • Culture Dub Orchestra (Quartet) - Most Arts Centre, 8th October, 15:00

    Condensed down from Culture Dub Orchestra, CDO Quartet looks at World Roots Dub through a new lens. With dub still firmly at its core, this ensemble freely explores a range of cultures, backgrounds and musical styles.

    CDO Quartet replaces the full band’s heavy roots drum/bass with a running tabla (Sunny Mohindra) and bass (Chris Cooper) section. Overlaying this, Guitar (Paul Wetton) and Violin (Hannah Lawson) dialog and converse, delivering a euphoric soundscape. Using a range of textures and delays, CDO Quartet take the mind on a spiritual and nomadic journey.

    In fact, CDO Quartet are nomadic at heart. Summer 2017 saw CDO Quartet embark on a pilgrimage to Berlin and Bordeaux - stopping off en route to play small venues, busk, move on, repeat. Our Autumn tour sees us play at tea houses and arts venues across the UK.

  • Jazz at MostArt - autumn swing kicks off, 24 September, 15:00

    The MostArt Sunday afternoon jazz collaboration plays its usual mix of jazz, country, indyie pop & other musical surprises. The House Band of Gabriel Keen (keys), Alex Keen (double bass) & Penny Waterhouse (vocals + kazoo) are joined by John Eacott (trumpet) & John Hewett (vocals).

  • Harry Christelis Trio at MostArt Centre, 17 September, Sunday, 15:00

    Exciting trio of players, coming together for what is bound to be a musical experience with many sides. Exploring original music, as well as compositions from across different genres and decades, expect heavy grooves, ambient tones, and an exploration of the space within.

    Harry Christelis - Guitar
    Daisy George - Double Bass
    Ben Brown - Drums

  • The Shul Band in London!, 1 September, 20:00

    The Shul Band plays original and traditional Jewish music with exuberant virtuosity. Performing Klezmer, Israeli dances, and liturgical melodies, with progressive rock and bluegrass influences, they are raucous, meditative, and joyful!

  • Balkan night with Ygra and London Gypsy Orchestra, 26 August, 19:30

    We are excited to co-host a Balkan/Gypsy night with Ygra at Most Art Centre in Stoke Newington for an evening of Balkan/Gypsy night!
    Ygra - Balkan Ceilidh - 7.30pm - 8.30pm
    London Gypsy Orchstra - 9.00pm - 11pm


    Ygra - Balkan Ceilidh
    Traditional Balkan dance tunes from Bulgaria, Greece, Serbia and beyond. Don't forget to put on your dancing shoes!


    London Gypsy Orchestra -
    Traditonal Eastern Eurpean/Balkan/Gypsy and some popular Boban Markovic classics that is hard to miss!

  • Peran Rebetiko-Laiko evening, 29 July, 20:00

    Free Entry!! Come and experience the great atmosphere of MostArt centre whilst enjoying the earthy Greek melodies of Peran. We will play our favourite rebetiko and laiko classics from great composers..not to be missed!

  • Opening night for UP Your Creativity, 23 July, 19:00

    Join us for a celebration of new art and writing by UP Your Creativity students. Grab a drink, enjoy the music, all the while supporting upcoming talent.

    UP Your Creativity courses unblock and inspire creatives of all mediums, and introduce them to a network of like-minded people. We have poets, painters, photographers and more...

    Exhibitors include -
    Adesuwa Edebiri
    Ayshe Gul
    Charlotte Wakerley
    Hayley Cannon
    Jennifer Sanchéz
    Julian Sanchéz
    Julian Triandfyllou
    Lizzie Sturm
    Nathalie Kamber
    Róisín Lonergan

  • HOT Summer COOL JAZZ, 23 July, Sunday

    An eclectic mix of jazz, funk, blues and pop classics played by the MostArt jazz fusion of Gabriel Keen (keys), Shura Greenberg (double bass), Penny Waterhouse & Marcia Samson (vocals).

  • Near East Collective Live at MostArt Centre!, 21 July, Friday, 20:00

    Our last big helping of Istanbul spice, Balkan paprika and Aegean salt for this summer! The mix will be saltier, though! Be prepared...and join us atMostArt Centre for an unplugged performance!

  • Evening Of Colour & Light ft. Oysland and Rebecca Frankel-Rudowski,20 July, Thursday, 19:00

    Klezmer band Oysland together with an artist Rebecca Frankel-Rudowski present an Evening Of Colour and Light - live painting, live music, great energy and good vibes.

    Doors open at 7pm
    Entry fee £5 on the door
    To book a table call 02076868184

  • MostArt Centre announces the return of Michele Osten's Jazz Band, 16 July, 15:00

    ***SAVE THE DATE***

    MICHELE OSTEN's JAZZ BAND will be making a return appearance at the MostArt Centre...smack dab in the heart of North London....excellent food, wine and beer on tap. Entry Free!

    For a taster visit:

  • Open Mic Night, 15 July, Saturday, 20:30

    Warm, friendly, relaxed and welcoming open mic night at MostArt Centre. All styles welcome. Stick around for an improvised jam at the end.

  • Art Of The Music, 8 July, 19:00

    This coming July, a tour of various upcoming and notable musicians and bands will be playing at venues across London. The first venue will be the MostArt Centre in Stoke Newington on July 8th 2017.

    Includes a wide genre of music including a celebrity performance, all playing as an exhibition of photography. This event is hosted by the photographer Martin Petty.

    Please check out the Art Of The Music Facebook page for more details and updates

  • Taqsim at MostArt, 7 July, 20:00

    "Yemen is currently going through a huge humanitarian crises and has been in a war zone for the past 2 years with hardly any news coverage. For our next gig we are raising money for the international rescue committee who are sending all of our profit to the Yemen crises."Yasmine Latkowski

    Taqsim is a Arabic influenced band, playing a mixture of traditional Middle Eastern music and original songs, with live belly dancing!

  • Chosen To Suffer - The Bob Hecklestein Story (Preview), 6 July, 21:00

    The world's most hated comedian, Bob Hecklestein, (The Heckler) having burnt all bridges in the comedy industry after an unsuccessful lawsuit against Comic Relief, decides to take his own life.

    Can you talk him out of it?

    Preview show £5, ticket comes with FREE BEER.

    Writer / performer Alias Cummins presents his debut solo show as the infamous Bob Hecklestein: an anticomedy superstar, a comedian's comedian's comedian, and an international comedy supervillain; who, for legal reasons, has never seen any comics published by DC Worldwide, and even if he had, the characters and ideas depicted therein are so generic that they could have easily been created independently.*

    A dark journey through the inside underbelly of the backstage backstabbing and comedy drama behind the curtains of mirth. Suggested for mature audiences.

  • Words and Music Night at MostArt Centre, 1st July, 19:00

    Join us for an evening of music and poetry from across the globe at the MostArt Centre on the 1st July as part of Wind-Up Penguin's many fundraising events this summer!

    We are a charity run entirely by students and young graduates and have been bringing music theatre for the past five years to disadvantaged children in Romania, Bulgaria, Colombia, Brazil, Peru, Germany, and Belgium and this year we have Penguins travelling to India, Lebanon and Greece. In order to fundraise to cover the costs of these trips, students from Guildhall and RADA will be combining their musical and theatrical talents to provide you with a fabulous evening of entertainment at the wonderful MostArt Cafe! All ticket sales will be going towards funding these trips.

    So let the beautiful words and wonderful melodies wash over you as you sip a glass of wine and nibble on the cafe's delicious treats, all for a good cause!

    Bring your friends, family, cats and dogs, and Wind Up Penguin will be forever grateful!

  • Jazz Inspirations at MostArt Centre, 25 June, 15:30

    Five musicians play the jazz that has inspired them and the music they love. From Ellington to Bacharach. From Sonny Rollins to Broadway musicals. From Billie Holiday to the Beatles & Leonard Cohen. As seen on a T-shirt: too hot for hell and too cool for heaven.

    Whether it’s Dixieland, folk, pop or show tunes, you can hear jazz everywhere. Come and listen to an eclectic mix of jazz influences at MostArt Centre.

    Gabriel Keen, keyboards - Alex Keen, bass - Sarah Bolter, sax, flute, vocals - Penny Waterhouse, vocals - Gina Fergione, vocals

  • Jack Monck & Friends, 24 June, 20:00

    We play our own songs and instrumentals with influences from Canterbury Scene, blues and jazz in a friendly, lively bar. Entrance£5

  • Yoyo Borobia - Singer and Songwriter, 23 June, 19:30

    Singer, Songwriter and globetrotter Yoyo Borobia comes accompanied by her cuatro to tell us her stories on a special night.

    Yoyo Borobia is a clear example of a mixture of influences given by the various places where she lived and travelled. She is from Venezuela to Spanish parents. She later lived in Madrid, Paris and has been living in Brazil since 2011. Yoyo plays the cuatro, a Venezuelan instrument similar to the ukulele. She mixes world and electronic music. Her recent album has been produced by Deeplick from Brazil, he has worked with Shakira, Marisa Monte, Seu Jorge and Corine Bailey Rae among others. Yoyo has been taking her show for the past three months around Argentina, Chile and Uruguay.

    She has performed in prominent music festivals in Brazil, in 2016 at Glastonbury Festival, Casa da Musica in Portugal and FunkHaus Europa in Cologne in support to artist Emicida, one of most respected hip hop artists in Brazil.

  • Oysland Summer evening extravaganza, 16 June, 20:00

    Come and hear songs from our new album, in our last concert of the season at the wonderful Most Arts Centre in Stoke Newington. Entry £5 available on the door

  • Fundraising Night For Refugee Children, 11 June, 18:00

    PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS (more info will follow as separate events)

    Misplaced Child - An Exhibition by Alan Kurdi (That Syrian boy)

    Olcay Bayir
    Sedat Sarici
    Djanan Turan

    Welcome(2009) by Philippe Lioret

  • Ygra - Balkan Ceilidh, Taqsim, Slivobitchez, 10 June, 19:00

    We would like to invite you to Most Art Centre in Stoke Newington for an evening of traditional dances and songs from around the Balkans and beyond!

    Slivobithez - 8pm - 8.30pm
    Ygra - Balkan Ceilidh - 8.45pm - 9.30pm
    Taqsim - 9.45pm - 10.30pm
    Ygra - Balkan Ceilidh - 10.45pm - 11.30pm

    Ygra - Balkan Ceilidh - 8.45pm & 10.45pm

    The 'Balkan Ceilidh' band teaming up with Charlotte who will be our dance teacher/caller for the night. Most dances we teach are danced in a circle so don't worry about finding a dance partner, just put your dancing shoes on and we'll take it from there!

    Taqsim - 9.45pm

    Arabic influenced band, playing a mixture of traditional Middle Eastern music and original songs, with live belly dancing!

    Slivobitchez - 8pm

    Wild Balkan Brass fiesta!

  • PERAN - Rebetiko and Laiko evening, 3 June, 20:00

    Free Entry!! Come and experience the great atmosphere of MostArt centre whilst enjoying the earthy melodies of Peran. We will play our favourite rebetiko and laiko classics..not to be missed!

  • BossaNova Session at MostArt Centre, 2 June, 20:30

    Another romantic session of music from Brasil at MostArt Centre. Just to make you happy. muita paz muito amor

  • Country Jazz Jam, 28 May, 15:00

    Jazz & country musicians mix a cocktail of country, blues, swing and soul. Be ready for a strong heady and musical brew to laze away a summer Sunday afternoon.

  • Mousika Gefyria present Rebetiko Raporto by Gavrilos Kokonas, 27 May, 20:00

    After two very successful rebetiko events with Antonis Ainitis and Gavrilos Kokonas, Mousika Gefyria are once again thrilled to present - for a one off live performance- renowned Rebetiko Guitarist and Vocalist Gavrilos Kokonas and his new album Rebetiko Raporto.

    A selection of Greek urban folk songs from the 1930s through to the 1950s .

    Join us for a night of Rebetiko nostalgia and wonderful Music from a time when people were not afraid to live and love.

    Line up:
    Gavrilos Kokonas: Bouzouki/Guitar/Vocals
    Christos Vlachos: Bouzouki/Vocals
    Elissavet Aravidou: Vocals
    Musume Abe: Violin
    Artur Matheu: Double Bass
    Miguel Luque:Guitar

  • Shkembe Soup at MostArt Centre, 12 May, 8:30

    Live music & dance with Shkembe Soup
    Friday 12 May 2017
    8.30 pm - 11.30 pm
    Location MostArt Centre, 86, Stoke Newington High St

    Hackney based Shkembe Soup love playing at MostArt Centre. We always have a wonderful time. Why? Because of the people who come and join in with spontaneous beats and fast dancing.

    We'll be back with beautiful performance favs, golden wings, moustaches & new songs & dance plucked from places near and far.

    Our band weave drums, violin, guitar, flute, mandolin, voice and dance to soulful ballads and wild rhythms. The music, dancers and the flamboyant characters you meet will charm you as stories are told.

    We are 11 musicians, dancers and singers with loving souls who strum, pluck, beat and whirl.

    Join us and dance, sing, eat and drink.
    £5.00 or whatever you like contribution hat for the band.
    Book a table on 020 7686 8184. Or, just turn up.

  • Don Kipper at Most Art Cafe, 11th May

    Don Kipper are a multi award-winning ensemble interpreting and transforming a wide range of traditional musics: Turkish and Greek Folk Musics, Klezmer & Balkan.

  • The Ouse Bros at MostArt Centre, 30 April, 15:00-17:00

    Master musicianship from the far Fens: powerful originals and radical reworks; soulful stuff you bet!

  • Shkembe Soup at MostArt Centre, 29 April, 20:30

    Live music & dance with Shkembe Soup

    Hackney based Shkembe Soup return to MostArt Centre with beautiful performance favs & new songs & dance plucked from places near and far. Our band weave drums, violin, guitar, flute, mandolin, voice and dance to soulful ballads and wild rhythms. The music, dancers and the flamboyant characters you meet will charm you as stories are told. We are 11 musicians, dancers and singers with loving souls who strum, pluck, beat and whirl. We are returning to MostArt Centre on Friday12th May 2017, so put that in your diary too and tell others.

    Join us and dance, sing, eat and drink.

    £5.00 or whatever you like contribution hat for the band.

    Book a table on 020 7686 8184. Or, just turn up.

  • Pablo Andrea Setola at MostArt Centre, 28th April

    Pablo Andrea Setola is an Italian singer-songwriter from Latina, a town close to Rome.

    The collection of his songs is entitled «Il viaggio in Renoleta» (

    Listen to the new song "I feel unique (this is for London)" here:

  • London Gypsy Orchestra at MostArt, 27th April, 20:00

    The LGO brings together musicians of all backgrounds and nationalities to perform vibrant, passionate and energetic music from Eastern Europe and the Balkans.

  • Private View - Coffee Cats by Ufuk Uyanik, 23th April, 18:00


    Napoleon-era French diplomat Talleyrand said that Coffee should be hot as hell, black as the devil, pure as an angel, sweet as love.

    Bach wrote a cantata in its honor, writers rely on it, and, according to legend, a pope blessed it.

    Lady Astor once reportedly remarked that if she were Winston Churchill’s wife, she’d poison his coffee, to which Churchill acerbically replied: “If I were married to you, I’d drink it.”

    Coffee is everywhere, through history and across the world. And increasingly, science is demonstrating that its popularity is a good thing.

    There are numerous likenesses between humans and cats, according to studies started more than four decades ago.

    People and cats have practically identical sections in the brain that control emotion.

    We have a similar overall brain structure as well, according to Nicholas Dodman, BVMS, MRCVS, animal behavior chief at Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine in Boston. In both people and cats, the brain is composed of gray and white matter.

    Just like humans, cats have temporal, occipital, frontal and parietal lobes of their cerebral cortex. Each region is connected in the same way.

    His work published in 30 countries and has been living in Stockey for 16 years...drinks coffee....loves coffee...loves Stockey...loves Stockey Cafes and has created "COFFEE CATS" for all the coffee lovers...

  • Samba3 at MostArt Centre, 22nd April, 20:00

    Sambatres is made up of three musicians that met whilst studying at the Guildhall School of Music and bonded over a shared passion for Brazilian musical tradition. Since forming almost a year ago they have performed at a number of venues across London including the prestigious Milton Court Concert Hall. Influenced by composers such as Tom Jobim, Joyce, Hermeto Pascoal and Joao Bosco they aim to bring to life traditional Brazilian songs with a vibrant modern jazz twist. In this occasion they will present their music in a duo setting.

    Music starts at 8pm, donation based concert

  • London Klezmer Quartet at MostArt Centre, 19th April, 20:00

    Eat, drink, and enjoy traditional klezmer, plus some songs about the aforementioned activities. Susi Evans (clarinet), Ilana Cravitz (violin), Carol Isaacs (accordion) and Indra Buraczewska (double bass and vocals) return to MostArt for an evening celebrating their new album, 'To the Tavern'.

  • Lickin Stick James Brown Inspired Funk Band at MostArt Centre, 14th April, 21:00

    Lickin Stick, James Brown inspired funk band live at the Mostart

  • Valentino Alessandrini at MostArt Centre, 13th April, 20:30

    Live Performance - Electric Violinist - Valentino Alessandrini

  • Tashkezar @MostArt Centre, 8th April

    Tashkezar are a multicultural seven-piece band playing a warm and energetic mix of originals and folk favourites from around the Mediterranean and beyond. Their roof-raising performances evoke shifting moods and atmospheres, a fiery mix of Arabic melodies, Turkish and Greek rhythms, Balkan brass and funk basslines. With two tracks from their new EP Tannura played on BBC Radio 6 Music, this performance is not to be missed!

  • Kurdish Folk Music & Storytelling session, 7th April

    You are cordially invited to a ''Kurdish Folk Music & Storytelling'' session performed by Suna Alan and a group of talented musicians.

    The Kurdish singer Suna Alan who is also a journalist will be singing Kurdish folk songs and also will be sharing the stories behind individual song that will be performed.

    Guest singers & musicians are welcomed to perform Kurdish songs and share the stories of the songs of their wish.

  • Bouzouki, Swing And All That Jazz, 6th April

    Four musicians from different groups based in London come together to bring you an evening of songs which although are born out of Rebetiko, even in their original form already had the colour of jazz and a more modern era in them. Composers such as Tsitsanis, Hiotis and Mitsakis may have been fathers of Rebetiko, but they absorbed the sounds of American jazz, French manouche, latin dances, which they would have heard on journeys and over the radio, eventually making this new language an integral part of their sound and began taking Greek music in new and exciting directions. The songs performed this evening are each gems of the era and despite the ingredients of jazz, swing and Latin, remain uniquely Greek.

    Singer, Marina Deligianni (Plastikes Karekles, Enthymion),
    bouzouki player, Pavlos Carvalho (Plastikes Karekles)
    bouzouki player nd singer Spiros Bolovinis(Kourelou,Plastikes Karekles)
    and jazz and swing guitarist, Giorgos Alevizakis (Midas 22, Nouvelle Manouche)reinterpret these classic songs from 40s and 50s Greece.

    Music will start at 20.30pm and finish 22.30pm

  • Black Fair Voices "Tricks of Love" tour - Choral experience - at MostArt Centre, 31th March

    We are very proud to announce our first concert in London in a preview show of our debut album " Triks of Love" soon to be released.

    For this occasion we have a special show for you : a "Choral experience ". Our songs will be performed with Gospel Joy Choir from Italy.

    In a multicultural and eclectic space such as MostArst Center the Black Fair Voices will bring on stage the maximum expression of the VOICE as an instrument.

  • Justin and the Argonauts @ MostArt, 30th March

    Justin & the Argonauts was formed with one purpose, musical entertainment! Our line-up is Violin, Accordion, Guitar, Tuba, vocals.

  • Happy Beigel Klezmer Orkester at MostArt Centre, 29th March

    East-European klezmer music with jazz inflections presented by the 10 piece Happy Beigel Klezmer Orkester.

    The relatively young band has already had many succesful concerts in London.

    Their next gig is at the MostArt Centre where they will play the usual, fun, upbeat Jewish folk music with jazzy improvisations. Be prepard to dance, sing, cry, and laugh at the same time!

  • Lioness Den Showcase London Vibes, 28th March

  • All About My Mother (1999) by Pedro Almodóvar, Sunday 26th March


    "With magnificent performances all around, especially from Roth and the agonisingly beautiful Cruz, this is one you just don't want to end"


    Young Esteban wants to become a writer and also to discover the identity of his father, carefully concealed by his mother Manuela.

  • Volver Project at MostArt Centre, Sunday the 26th March

    A brand new Latin Jazz project with a sparkle of Flamenco and Mediterranean rhythms.

    The band features Jana Vargova on vocal and flute, MariaChiara Argiro' on keys, Artur Matheu on bass, Pablo Paracchino on congas and Riccardo Castellani on cajon.

    Dulcis in fundo, "the Magic" Antonio de Lillis will delight us with some of his fevorite tunes.

    Come and join us on Sundays the 26th of March at the MostArt Centre, 86 Stoke Newington High Street, N16 7PA.

    We are kicking off at 5pm, 5£ entry.

    A very secial thanks go to Giulia Cavallini for her lovely artwork.

  • Taqsim, 25th March, 20:00

    An Arabic influenced band performing a mixture of original songs and Traditional Arabic Music.

  • Live music with Oysland at MostArt Cafe, 24th March, 20:00

    Oysland are returning to MostArt Centre ! Come and spend your Friday evening with a great klezmer music, fun company and don't forget to bring your dancing shoes.

  • RAKA at MostArt, 22th March, 20:00

    An exciting Balkan collective bringing you a heavy dose of upbeat Balkan roasters that will keep ya knees-up all night. From high energy dance numbers to heart wrenching laments, from Bosnia to Bulgaria, we bring traditional styles fused together with new arrangements promised to make you bop 'til you drop.

  • Juzz n Stuff, 19th March, 15:00

    Jazz as you've never heard it! Penny Waterhouse sings her weird mix of jazz, dark pop, country, Bacharach & Beatles. Alongside the silky voice of Marcia Samson.And the virtuosity of the Keen Brothers who go from Funk to Monk in one breath.

    All available in the best cafe in Stoke Newington - good food, good drink, good company. And a film to follow for more excitement.

  • Mustang (2015), 19 March, 5pm

    We are rescreening Oscar, BAFTA and Golden Globe Nominee for Best Foreign Language Film.

    "Deniz Gamze Ergüven’s debut is an accomplished study of what it means to be young and female in Turkey"

    In Northern Turkey, when five orphan girls are seen innocently playing with boys on a beach, their scandalized conservative guardians confine them while forced marriages are arranged.

  • Bicycle Thieves (1948), 19 March, 7:30pm

    We are screening the restored copy of this landmark Italian neorealist drama which became one of the best-known and most widely acclaimed European movies, including a special Academy Award as most outstanding foreign film seven years before that Oscar category existed.

    Bicycle Thieves is a brilliant, tactlessly real work of art.

    In post-war Italy, a working-class man's bicycle is stolen. He and his son set out to find it.

  • Lickin Stick Live at MostArt Centre, 18th March, 21:00

    A 10 piece band comprised of two singers, horns and rhythm section. Playing the music of James Brown, Maceo, Fred and the rest. Brimming with creative energy the Lickin Stick give their own take on the Godfather of Funk with some sweet jams and modern jiving grooves. Expect anything from 'I Feel Good' to 'Cold Sweat'.

    "We want to play music for people to dance to.
    People get up and drive your funky soul."

  • Tango-ish Tales, 17th March, 20:00

    This is how to dance tango:
    feeling in your face the blood that rises with every beat while the arm, like a serpent, surrounds the waist that’s going to bend.

    Vocals: Elena Hadjiafxendi
    Piano: Andreas Papapetrou

  • Debra & The Alley Cats, 15th March, 20:30

    Some of the most emblematic songs from the american songbook, brought to you by Debra Blaquiere quartet.

  • Underground (1995) 12 March - 7:30pm

    We finally are screening for the first time one of the films of multi award winning Director Emir Kusturica. A distinctive voice from European Cinema. He has competed at the Cannes Film Festival on five occasions and won the Palme d'Or twice (Underground & When Father Was Away on Business)

  • Live music & dance with Shkembe Soup at MostArt Centre, 11th March, 20:30

    Hackney based Shkembe Soup return to MostArt Centre with performance favs & new songs & dance. We'll hear about Angeline the Baker, we'll go lasooing with some wild cowgirls & boys and we'll all sing and dance together to some classics like Daglar Daglar and Çadırımın üstüne (Rampi, Rampi) and The Ace of Spades. Come and dance the night away like we did last ... month when our spirits soared. We are 11 musicians, dancers and singers with loving souls who strum, pluck, beat and whirl.

    Join us and dance, sing, eat and drink.
    £5.00 and concessions on the door.
    Book a table on 020 7686 8184

  • 4MationZone Presents: Extractions, 10th March, 19:00

    A night of live and forward-thinking electronic music.

    Brand new label/collective, 4MationZone, present a night of fresh and cutting edge electronic music, emerging from the previously known realms of electronica, techno, IDM and ambient styles.

    This event will also feature hand crafted visuals, and an EXCLUSIVE PORTRAIT EXHIBITION OF FEMALE ELECTRONICA ARTISTS, by Will Humphreys.

  • David Regueiro Trio - A tribute to Django Reindhart at MostArt on 16th February

    Guitarist David Regueiro will delight us with a tribute to Django Reinhardt accompanied by Richard Bawcombe in the guitar and Paul Malloy in the double bass. All Reindhart's lovers should not miss it.
    “Regueiro is a specialist, a scholar of jazz manouche”
    Jaun Ez (Distrito Jazz)

  • Natoma Duo at MostArt Centre on 15th February

    Accordion and Guitar duo singing/playing originals and covers from Europe, Brazil and Latin

  • David McTea & The Swinging Magpies at MostArt Centre on 11th February

    Enjoy two sets of jazz classics from the 1920s and 30s, plus a few own compositions in the same style. So get your gladrags on and let's make a night of it!

  • Bouzouki, swing & all that jazz! At MostArt on 9th February

    Four musicians from different groups based in London come together to bring you an evening of songs which although are born out of Rebetiko, even in their original form already had the colour of jazz and a more modern era in them.

  • RAKA at MostArt on 8th February

    A Balkan collective bringing you a heavy dose of upbeat tunes.

  • Live music & dance with Shkembe Soup at MostArt Centre on 4th February

    Hackney based Shkembe Soup will be performing songs about selling everything 'just to dance'. We will swoon at La Pescador and fly into the night with the Silver Raven. We will sing about rich grandmothers and Gypsies, Tramps & Thieves as we play the night away with 9/8 rhythms from Turkey and beyond. We are 11 musicians, dancers and singers with loving spirits who strum, pluck, beat and whirl.

  • Folk evening with Ailm band at MostArt Centre on 3th February

    Music of Ailm fuses intense energies of soundtrack style music with the softer and more traditional elements of Folk music. Touching on the subjects of fantasy, human emotion and travel, they draw on a wide range of musical experiences, styles, stories and folklore.

  • Live music with Oysland at MostArt Cafe on 28 January

    London-based Klezmer band. An exuberant sound, rooted in Yiddish musical tradition, with worldwide, modern influences.

  • Natoma Duo at MostArt Centre on 27th January

    Accordion and Guitar duo singing/playing originals and covers from Europe, Brazil and Latin


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