We are delighted to announce the programme for our first ever PAWA Arts Jam, a cheery evening of entertainment to warm up your winter nights.
The PAWA Arts Jam is a night of comedy, music and theatre on Wed 22 November 2018 – details at the end of this feature.
Here is the line up:
A hilarious lost in translation story…involving a Mancunian.
Starring: Kae Alexander and Christina Tam
An intimate look into the relationship of a mother and a daughter, and the disease that separates them.
Starring: Rebecca Yeo, Raya Crosley-Lo, Caroline Ward and Lucy Sheen
The award winning short film about the power of friendship.
Starring: Haley Bishop, Liam Darby, Hamza Siddique, Josias Bertrand
Carmina Bernhardt in ‘Greenery’
‘Greenery’ is a one-woman comic play about getting the bus to work. It was first performed at Camden Fringe this year.
Just These, Please
Get ready to laugh until your sides split! Pip, Will, Georgie and Tom will have you rolling in the aisles in this hilarious sketch comedy show!
Eloise Oliver and Phil Crocker
These two crooners will have you melting in your seat with their buttery voices!
This powerhouse singer is going to belt out notes that will bring the house down.
DejaVu Acoustic Band featuring Paul Lau
This super-hip pensioners band will have you singing and dancing on your seats!
The talented cake decorator Ashley Alymann is turning up the ‘wow’ factor with an exclusive cake decorating demonstration. There is also a chance to win a very beautiful and delicious cake on the night.
Fancy a little fortune telling? Then stop by our speed tarot card reading table for a fast and fun glimpse into your future.
YOUR MC FOR THE EVENING: JULES ORCULLO
This talented lady will have you entertained all night!
Do come and join us!
Here are the details:
What: PAWA Arts Jam
When: Wed 22 November 2017 – Doors open at 6:30pm; Performance starts at 7pm
Where: The Chapel Bar, 29 Penton Street, N1 9PX
How much: £12 Advance ticket ¦ £20 at the door
Book your ticket now online at:
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