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Child-friendly Monday afternoon Jazz/Soul @ the Rabbithole

PostPosted: Thu Aug 31, 2017 3:48 pm
by edcubitt
Hello everybody,

I am very happy to present a new and (hopefully) regular event at the Rabbithole on Streatham Common (previously the Greyhound).

I and some good friends and colleagues of AntiJazz collective - - will be playing some vocal/guitar/horns trio jazz, soul, bossa nova, swing and blues this coming Monday 4th of September from 5pm.

This is part of our social enterprise for music performance and education - - and we would like to encourage you to bring your children along. We are all music teachers, privately and in schools, and for a long time we have been struggling with student motivation because of the lack of accessible live music.

No more!

Come down and say hi, enjoy the garden, listen to some great music and you may find that those little ones reluctant to put the practice time end up driving you mad with their squeaks/toots/bangs.

No cover charge, big garden, child-friendly and 2-for-1 cocktail deals and selected drinks offers from 5-8pm.

We'll be playing outside Tesco this weekend if you want a preview - follow us on twitter for details/times - @antiJazz_Ldn.

We teach as well, please dont hesitate to get in touch if you are thinking about taking up/re-taking up an instrument or have children who would like to.

Happy Streatham Common-ing!


Re: Child-friendly Monday afternoon Jazz/Soul @ the Rabbitho

PostPosted: Thu Sep 28, 2017 12:16 pm
by MaryLajoie
The school is a significant personal and social environment in the lives of its students. A child-friendly school ensures every child an environment that is physically safe, emotionally secure and psychologically enabling. Teachers are the single most important factor in creating an effective and inclusive classroom.

Re: Child-friendly Monday afternoon Jazz/Soul @ the Rabbitho

PostPosted: Sun Oct 08, 2017 11:43 am
by EdwardLin
Sounds like fun Ed. Too bad I missed it.