Comedy Music Spoken Word

Sunday 6 April 2014 in London

By | Published on Monday 31 March 2014

The Night IV

TODAY IN LONDON, TW’s tipped events feature top-quality joke/wordsmith Keith Jarrett, hyped indie kids The Night IV, and leading Brit jazz singer Ola Onabule…

COMEDY/SPOKEN WORD: Utter! Tenth Birthday feat Keith Jarrett, James McKay/Lee Nelson/Kirsten Luckins/Richard Tyrone Jones
Celebrating ten years in the speakeasy game, comedy/poetry club night Utter! presents a series of Edinburgh Fringe previews by the likes of top-TW-rated slam champ Keith Jarrett, ‘Crap Time Lord’ and far-from-crap raconteur (oh, and ThreeWeeks Editors’ Award winner) Richard Tyrone Jones, “intriguingly batshit” linguists James McKay and Lee ‘not the TV chav’ Nelson, and Kirsten Luckins, who affectionately ribs her own ‘gap yah’ in India. Details and tickets here.

MUSIC: Communion Live feat The Night VI/ School Is Cool/Happyness/Lovepark, Notting Hill Arts Club, 6 Apr (pictured)
Communion bastes and roasts a fat-free rib-rack of live acts as part of tonight’s Sunday showcase tonight, not least (in fact, most) the evening’s headliners, creamy-dreamy indie sextet The Night VI, who’ll probably play their new single ‘Sienna’. The price of a ticket will also buy the right to watch Belgian baroque-pop band School Is Cool, woozy collegiate rockers Happyness and likeable Brighton boys Lovepark. Details and tickets here.

MUSIC: Ola Onabule/Villu Veski/The Estonian TV Girls’ Choir, Southbank Centre, 6 Apr
Jazz man Ola Onabule jams with saxophonist Villu Veski and ladies of the The Estonian TV Girls’ Choir, honing a combination of slick soul and traditional choral folk first showcased back in 2012. Details and tickets here.

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