Collage Kids returns with Usifu Jalloh (The Cowfoot Prince) and the Summer of Live Music continues with Miguel Muziq & Unknown to Known


Thursday 5th August at 8pm

Migul Muziq – Live at Karamel


Performing a special set with guest musicians, Miguel Muziq will be bringing a melting pot of Latin Jazz, Afro-Cuban and Bossa Nova rhythms with Mediterranean melodies to Karamel, and we can’t wait!


Miguel Muziq (lead guitar)

Jansen Santana (drums/percussion)

Lewis Daniel (Saxophone)

Manuel Alejandro Tellez (Bass)

Junior Nascimento (Trumpet)

Ollie Barwell (Rhythm Guitar)


Doors open at 7pm, music starts at 8pm

All welcome - £10 admission

Further info / Book Tickets here



Saturday 7th August at 11.30am

Collage Kids

Usifu Jalloh (The Cowfoot Prince) - Sierra Leone tales


We are excited to introduce a new storyteller at Collage Kids, Usifu Jalloh (The Cowfoot Prince), who will take to the Karamel stage with Sierra Leone tales…...


Usifu Jalloh is a highly experienced, talented award-winning performer and educator who has been working in arts education for over 20 years. His roots in multicultural Sierra Leone, and his long standing and close association with artists and audiences from a wide range of cultures, have lead him to develop a storytelling style which encompasses international languages, music, dance and story themes.


Collage Kids is a bi-monthly fun packed performance event for early years children (suggested age range up to 6 years) and their families. It is a relaxed performance in the Karamel restaurant space. The performance is FREE we just ask for whatever you can donate into our tip jar.


Saturday mornings at 11.30am in Karamel.

Kids shows are on 7 August, followed by 18 September, 2 October, 16 October, 30 October, 13 November, 27 November, 11 December 2021.

Family friendly and all welcome – Free admission

Please RSVP in advance



Saturday 7th August at 8pm

Unknown to Known


A new quartet offering an intimate dialogue of meandering melodies and textural grooves over harmonic landscapes reminiscent of the eastern world. At times euphoric and often dynamic, this music is always interactive, honest, and raw.


Idris Rahman (Sax, Clarinet)

Tamar Osborn (Sax)

Jihad Darwish (Bass, Sitar)

Yusuf Ahmed (Drums)


Doors open at 7pm, music starts at 8pm

All welcome - £10 admission

Further info / Book Tickets here




This week at Karamel..


Gaetano Di Giacomo - Migration Project

Thursday 29th July at 8pm

All welcome - £10 admission

Book Tickets here



The Rio Trio

Friday 30th July at 8pm

All welcome - £10 admission

Book Tickets here

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