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London Vegan Drinks – First Saturday of the Month – August 2018

Enjoy meeting people? And vegan food/drink?

Come to Europe’s largest monthly vegan social on the first Saturday of every month!

London Vegan Drinks typically sees up to 100 vegans and the vegan-friendly assembling in this fantastic vegan-run venue – with a fully vegan food and drinks menu (including plenty of options for teetotallers!)

Since September 2014, London has had a new, all vegan bar / restaurant / venue – Karamel Restaurant.  Run by vegans, and with an all vegan menu and drinks list (including Pitfields on tap!), this is now the home of London Vegan Drinks.  And although it’s a little out of central London, it’s less than 30 minutes from Oxford Circus by public transport.

What’s more, they have a late license until 2am at weekends. So feel free to arrive any time before then.  And being a Saturday, you (hopefully!) won’t have to worry about work in the morning.

If you’ve been to London Vegan Drinks before, you’ll already know that this event, founded by blogger FatGayVegan in 2011, has become London’s biggest monthly vegan social event (having already outgrown three previous venues).

And if you haven’t been before, it’s about time you did! London Vegan Drinks typically sees up to 100 attendees from London Vegan Meetup – plus other vegans and the vegan-friendly from London and beyond.

If you’re on Meetup.com, you can also RSVP at http://www.meetup.com/londonvegan/

Happy Hour | 5-7pm
Vegan Kitchen | 7-10pm

We are proud to be supporting local craft breweries from Haringey-based Bohem Brewery, Earth Ale and Muswell HillBilly Brewers and Essex-based microbrewery Dominion Brewery Company who has been supplying us with organic and craft ales for over 4 years!

Karamel London N22 is a Time Out award-winning restaurant/venue situated in the heart of Wood Green’s cultural quarter. It is open Mon-Sun – specialising in World Food, Craft Beers, & Fine Wines, and hosts Jazz every Thursday evening and presents singer/songwriters, alternative folk and poetry and emerging artists on Friday nights.

Jazz at Karamel: End of Season Jam

End of season jam will be an impromptu and improvised collective effort involving an indefinite number of musicians who’ve performed at Karamel this year, with an initial rhythm section of Pete Whittaker, Dave Whitford and Stu Butterfield.
 
A chance to see some of the the finest musicians play in groups you might never have the chance to see again!
 
A night of surprise and free flowing tunes is guaranteed. Expect the unexpected!
 
Jazz at Karamel will return in September!

£10 on the door

Happy Hour | 5-7pm
Vegan Kitchen | 7-10pm
Music | 8pm

We are proud to be supporting local craft breweries from Haringey-based Bohem Brewery, Earth Ale and Muswell HillBilly Brewers and Essex-based microbrewery Dominion Brewery Company who has been supplying us with organic and craft ales for over 4 years!

Karamel London N22 is a Time Out award-winning restaurant/venue situated in the heart of Wood Green’s cultural quarter. It is open Mon-Sun – specialising in World Food, Craft Beers, & Fine Wines, and hosts Jazz every Thursday evening and presents singer/songwriters, alternative folk and poetry and emerging artists on Friday nights.

Jazz at Karamel: Tristan Mailliot Band

Tristan Mailliot (drums), Gareth Lockrane (flutes), Mark Ridout (guitar), Flo Moore (bass)

We are delighted to see the return of French-born drummer Tristan Mailliot who studied at Dartington College of Music and The Royal Academy of Music. He has appeared with leading UK and international artists, including Art Farmer, Jim Hall, Bobby Shew, Scott Hamilton, Peter King, Stan Tracey, Dave Newton, Alan Barnes, Gerard Presencer and Jim Mullen.

£10 on the door

Happy Hour | 5-7pm
Vegan Kitchen | 7-10pm
Music | 8pm

We are proud to be supporting local craft breweries from Haringey-based Bohem Brewery, Earth Ale and Muswell HillBilly Brewers and Essex-based microbrewery Dominion Brewery Company who has been supplying us with organic and craft ales for over 4 years!

Karamel London N22 is a Time Out award-winning restaurant/venue situated in the heart of Wood Green’s cultural quarter. It is open Mon-Sun – specialising in World Food, Craft Beers, & Fine Wines, and hosts Jazz every Thursday evening and presents singer/songwriters, alternative folk and poetry and emerging artists on Friday nights.

Alternative Folk + Poetry Night – Notes From Underground – pt 6

The Notes from Underground return with some of the most interesting acts from the Alternative Folk and the London Poetry scene.

For the last edition of Notes of Underground for this season we are inviting all the artists who have performed for us in the past to return to perform 3 new songs or 3 new poems (or as many or few as time in the night permits us)

Hosted by Gabriel Moreno, he is preparing 3 new creations to share.

Friday Night Intimate Sessions: Artists to be announced.

Happy Hour | 5-7pm
Vegan Kitchen | 7-10pm
Music | 8pm
We are proud to be supporting local craft breweries from Haringey-based Bohem Brewery, Earth Ale and Muswell HillBilly Brewers and Essex-based microbrewery Dominion Brewery Company who has been supplying us with organic and craft ales for over 4 years!

Jazz at Karamel: Still Waters

Henry Lowther (trumpet, flugelhorn), Pete Hurt (tenor sax), Barry Green (piano), Dave Green (bass), Paul Clarvis (drums)

Still Waters is a group you don’t want to miss, led by imaginative Henry Lowther, this established group will be playing his originals and the finest of the 1960’s jazz scene. Joined by some of the most talented jazz performers on the UK scene, Pete Hurt, Barry Green, Dave Green and Stu Butterfield, Still Waters brings original composition and dynamic free improvisation.

£10 on the door

Happy Hour | 5-7pm
Vegan Kitchen | 7-10pm
Music | 8pm

We are proud to be supporting local craft breweries from Haringey-based Bohem Brewery, Earth Ale and Muswell HillBilly Brewers and Essex-based microbrewery Dominion Brewery Company who has been supplying us with organic and craft ales for over 4 years!

Karamel London N22 is a Time Out award-winning restaurant/venue situated in the heart of Wood Green’s cultural quarter. It is open Mon-Sun – specialising in World Food, Craft Beers, & Fine Wines, and hosts Jazz every Thursday evening and presents singer/songwriters, alternative folk and poetry and emerging artists on Friday nights.

London Vegan Drinks – First Saturday of the Month – July 2018

Enjoy meeting people? And vegan food/drink?

Come to Europe’s largest monthly vegan social on the first Saturday of every month!

London Vegan Drinks typically sees up to 100 vegans and the vegan-friendly assembling in this fantastic vegan-run venue – with a fully vegan food and drinks menu (including plenty of options for teetotallers!)

Since September 2014, London has had a new, all vegan bar / restaurant / venue – Karamel Restaurant.  Run by vegans, and with an all vegan menu and drinks list (including Pitfields on tap!), this is now the home of London Vegan Drinks.  And although it’s a little out of central London, it’s less than 30 minutes from Oxford Circus by public transport.

What’s more, they have a late license until 2am at weekends. So feel free to arrive any time before then.  And being a Saturday, you (hopefully!) won’t have to worry about work in the morning.

If you’ve been to London Vegan Drinks before, you’ll already know that this event, founded by blogger FatGayVegan in 2011, has become London’s biggest monthly vegan social event (having already outgrown three previous venues).

And if you haven’t been before, it’s about time you did! London Vegan Drinks typically sees up to 100 attendees from London Vegan Meetup – plus other vegans and the vegan-friendly from London and beyond.

If you’re on Meetup.com, you can also RSVP at http://www.meetup.com/londonvegan/

Happy Hour | 5-7pm
Vegan Kitchen | 7-10pm

We are proud to be supporting local craft breweries from Haringey-based Bohem Brewery, Earth Ale and Muswell HillBilly Brewers and Essex-based microbrewery Dominion Brewery Company who has been supplying us with organic and craft ales for over 4 years!

Karamel London N22 is a Time Out award-winning restaurant/venue situated in the heart of Wood Green’s cultural quarter. It is open Mon-Sun – specialising in World Food, Craft Beers, & Fine Wines, and hosts Jazz every Thursday evening and presents singer/songwriters, alternative folk and poetry and emerging artists on Friday nights.

Jazz at Karamel: Chris Biscoe Quartet

Chris Biscoe (saxes), John Turville (piano), Steve Watts (bass), Stu Butterfield (drums)

Born in 1947, Chris Biscoe was drawn to jazz by hearing Fats Waller, Erroll Garner and Benny Goodman on the radio. Early listening to Lester Young and Stan Getz (Jazz Samba) and Charlie Parker led to him starting to learn alto sax in 1963. Chris is self-taught on sax and clarinet. Turning to tenor sax in 1965, Chris’s major influences were Sonny Rollins, Charlie Rouse and Dexter Gordon.
 
In 2015, Chris Biscoe and Allison Neale joined forces to bring to the fore the sense of collective improvisation on standard material so brilliantly demonstrated by Paul Desmond and Gerry Mulligan. Chris has brought his “Then and Now” band to Karamel on previous occasions.
 
On this evening, Chris will be playing music from the Billy Strayhdorn and Sonny Rollins Songbooks.
 
http://www.chrisbiscoe.co.uk

£10 on the door

Happy Hour | 5-7pm
Vegan Kitchen | 7-10pm
Music | 8pm

We are proud to be supporting local craft breweries from Haringey-based Bohem Brewery, Earth Ale and Muswell HillBilly Brewers and Essex-based microbrewery Dominion Brewery Company who has been supplying us with organic and craft ales for over 4 years!

Karamel London N22 is a Time Out award-winning restaurant/venue situated in the heart of Wood Green’s cultural quarter. It is open Mon-Sun – specialising in World Food, Craft Beers, & Fine Wines, and hosts Jazz every Thursday evening and presents singer/songwriters, alternative folk and poetry and emerging artists on Friday nights.

World Cup Comedy Night

Karamel and Tony Marrese present:

A Special World Cup Comedy Night
Friday 29 June 2018 | 7.30pm | £5 + bf (adv), £7 (OTD)

For lovers of laughter everywhere!

10+ up and coming acts representing their home countries will be tickling our comedy glands with jokes and more.

Tony Marrese host and compere

Acts and countries they’re representing!
Yazan Fetto | Iraq
Jaimie de Souza | Switzerland/India
Vitaly Filipskiy | Russia
Andy Zapp | Poland
Anthony Jeannot | Australia
Shaban | Turkey
Harjeet Cheema | India/UK
Jenan Younis | Iraq/Palestine
Alex Martini | Italy
Trev Tokabi | Ivory Coast

Have a drinking happy hour before the show, 5-7pm!

Tickets available online here

Jazz at Karamel: Malcolm Earle-Smith

Malcolm Earle-Smith (trombone/vox), Dan Berkson (piano), Sam Ingvorsen (bass), Dave Wickins (drums)

Trombonist and vocalist Malcolm Earle Smith has been well established on the London jazz scene for over 20 years.

After graduating from the Guildhall in 1989 he joined the National Youth Jazz Orchestra and since then has gone on to work with Kenny Baker, Jack Parnell, Digby Fairweather, Martha Reeves and Ronnie Spector.

A  multi-faceted jazz musician,  Malcolm is not only widely  respected in the fields of classic jazz and swing,  but is also a very accomplished  improviser in  bop and  more contemporary idioms.  His   broad musical approach has enabled him  to perform with  a variety of artists including Kenny Baker,  Liam Noble and Bryan Ferry,  as well as developing a distinctive voice of his own.   He has a broad and  inclusive approach to jazz education,  and is currently Lecturer in Jazz  at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance,  London.

More recently he is a member of the Basin Street Brawlers, and leads Three Way Stretch, a contemporary trio with pianist Liam Noble and drummer Dave Wickins.

Visit Malcolm’s page here

£10 on the door
Happy Hour 5-7pm
Vegan Kitchen 7-10pm
Music from 8pm

Here’s a recent gig of Malcolm with his trio at Karamel:

Lovers Splash II

Kwashie!™ in association with the Karamel Presents…

Lovers Splash II

‘the lovers rockers’ event of the Summer!

featuring:

June ‘Miss Sparkle’ Furlong
(Solar Radio/Sky Ch:0129)

Mister Quick Shot
(the rapid-fire lovers selector)

The Dub$tealers
(bashment & revival)

Saturday
23rd June 2018
9pm-2am

Admission £6 on the door

The Karamel
4 Coburg Road
London N22 6UJ

Definition of Lovers Rock:
Uniquely British love-themed Reggae, popularised by artists such as Carroll Thomson, Janet Kay, Maxi Priest, also recorded by the Jamaican greats, Dennis Brown, Gregory Isaacs, John Holt etc.