The Sunday Service is back for the people who feel J-A-Z-Z! At the pulpit as ever will be Gilles Peterson and Patrick Forge.
Another Sunday Afternoon At Dingwalls with Gilles Peterson & Patrick Forge
- Sunday 25th November 2012
- Camden Lock
- 12.30- 7pmish
- Early Arrivial recommended. No guaranteed Entry after 2pm
- Tickets £16
- Limited tickets on the door
- Advance Tickets from http://www.dingwalls.com/listings/
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Kraak & Smaak - Electric Hustle
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“The late, great Charlie Gillett had a passion for music”, Mark Coles, BBC World Service, June 2010.
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Tal M. Klein and his mates get off their Magical Horses and get on some dirty funk with Brownout; oh yeah!
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