Rhyme Time happens every Monday in the Circle Bar.
Check out their Facebook page here.
Una's Guitar Girl! Singalong sessions are a fun way for babies, toddlers & small kids to discover singing, rhythm & musical play! Una is a Kingston-based, advanced skills teacher in early years, specialising in music, drama and song.
Una's song and rhyme sessions are focused on drawing out the inate musicality and rhythm of small children and toddlers.
Sessions will be held weekly, subject to change, on Fridays from 10:00am in the Upper Circle bar.
Drop in £8
Advanced booking advised
Discounts available for full term bookings.
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Treat yourself to a musical lunchtime with Jazz from Kingston University. All sessions take place in Rose Café from 1.15-2.15pm.
|4 Oct 2016||13:15 - 14:15|
|1 Nov 2016||13:15 - 14:15|
|7 Feb 2017||13:15 - 14:15|
|7 Mar 2017||13:15 - 14:15|
|2 May 2017||13:15 - 14:15|
|6 Jun 2017||13:15 - 14:15|
Variety Cafe is a series of FREE Wednesday lunchtime concerts supported by Kingston University. Held at the Rose Café, the programme offers an exciting mixture of emerging artists and alumni of Kingston University's music department.
For further information contact Val Marshall
Variety Café Wednesday 19 October 2016 – Eddie Smith
Eddy Smith & The 507 write, arrange and produce their music together. They are a Soulful blend of Blues, Rock and Pop with musicians from varying musical backgrounds. Their influences range from Ray Charles and Otis Redding, to Joe Cocker and The Eagles. Their music has been played on Radio Stations all over the UK, including those at the BBC. Strangers (Since I’ve Been Loving You) was featured on the cover CD of the internationally sold, The Blues Mag, they were included in the magazine’s “Bands To Watch” section. Since the release of their debut single, Eddy Smith and The 507 have been booked for headline shows at popular London Venues, such as The Bedroom Bar, The Big Easy, and The Troubadour Cafè. They have also made Main-Stage appearances this summer at Clarence Park Festival, and Wilkestock, opening up for bands such as The Subways and The Mystery Jets.
Eddy Smith and the 507 have beaten thousands of acts to be named the UK’s best Unsigned band of 2015.
|19 Oct 2016||13:15 - 14:15|
|16 Nov 2016 - Mr Howler||13:15 - 14:15|
|11 Jan 2017||13:15 - 14:15|
|22 Feb 2017||13:15 - 14:15|
|22 Mar 2017 - Ewa Plywacz and Niall McCann||13:15 - 14:15|
|17 May 2017||13:15 - 14:15|