St Dominic’s African Choir, this young choir formed 3 years ago has only10 members but they have big voices singing a mix of African, traditional, gospel and classical songs
LADIES OF MIDNIGHT BLUE are an Afro-Latin percussion & brass duet comprised of Hannabiell Sanders (Bass Trombone, African & Latin Percussion, Mbira) and Yilis del Carmen Suriel (African & Latin Percussion, Mbira). They create a powerful and upbeat fusion of trance drum rhythms that produce a melodic percussive sound by weaving combinations of percussion, brass, vocal chants, and mbira.
Tony Wilson is a South Shields-based storyteller and musician, who has travelled the North East and the world telling stories, engaging schools and running workshops. He plays folk music on his guitar, often with Tom McConville, with many Northumbrian tunes.
Crossings Band provides lively dance music from all corners of the globe played by a tight ensemble of local and international musicians.
|Time||7:00 pm - 11:00 pm|
Newcastle upon Tyne
Tyne & Wear
www.wegottickets.com/event/437298 or on the door
Freedom from Torture North East Supporters Group
|Price||£10, £5 students/unwaged, asylum seekers free|