FREENOW presents KARL CHARITY QUARTET
- Toulouse Lautrec Jazz Club
Spend a fabulous evening with Karl Charity his band as they showcase new and exciting numbers, for the very first time, here at Toulouse. As a singer and accomplished trumpet/flugelhorn player, Karl has been celebrating the greats of Jazz and stage for years now. This new outfit and collaboration marks a new chapter in his musical expression and we can't wait to introduce you. So join us for an an evening of progressive original jazz as well as some unexpected new arrangements.
Karl Charity - vocals and trumpet
Gabriel Keen - Piano
Chris Hyde-Harrison - Double Bass
Rha Stanges - Drums
We’re revved to be part of the Music Venue Trust and FREE NOW’s series of gigs leading up to their sponsorship of the Mercury Music Prize and beyond! Get your tickets at https://www.toulouselautrec.co.uk/event/karl-charity-quartet/ and #movetothemusic with 50% off rides up to £8 with code tljc50 in the FREE NOW app. See you at @tlvenue.
Expect surprises, talent, charm and tippy top Jazz. Book your table now.
Doors Open 1 Hour before Start Time
|20:30 - 23:00||£15.00|
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All Live Stream profit is donated to Mental Health Foundation.
|20:30 - 23:00||£8.00|
Toulouse Lautrec Jazz Club, 140 Newington Butts, SE11 4RN
1) Tickets are non-refundable with 48 Hours of the event as standard.
2) Attendees under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
3) We operate a Check-21. If you are lucky enough to appear younger than 21 you may be asked for photographic ID.
4) Seating is allocated and based on first come, first served. Please arrive before start time to be guaranteed seating.
5) Once the show has begun, we reserve the right to fill any empty seats with people who are on our waiting list or at the door. Late arrivals will still be permitted however may be asked to stand at the back until seating can be provided at such time.
6) Video Recording & Photography is encouraged. Please refrain from using flashes or strong lights as they risk harming our performers.