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St John's Leytonstone

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Improvising and inventing, a 21st journey near jazz, part of the EFG London Jazz Festival

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Daylight Music 339: Lula.xyz & Aby Vulliamy, Alya Al-Sultani & Gawain Hewitt, Tom Fox & Samuel Sharp

Part of the EFG London Jazz Festival

Presented in association with Hackoustic, a hacking group dedicated to exploring acoustics and instrument building.

More on the artists: : http://daylightmusic.co.uk/event/339-hackoustic-presents/

Also available: Autumn Super Supporter Season Ticket

Pay-What-You-Can entry (we suggest £10 adult, children free) on the door, subject to availability/capacity.

[NEW for 2021] Where possible, we recommend you reserve your ticket in advance and we appreciate you supporting the series this Autumn in these uncertain times.

An event for all ages. As always with this series we endeavour to make our audience feel as safe, comfortable and welcome as we possibly can.

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Organiser Arctic Circle

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Over a decade, Arctic Circle's Daylight Music has become a staple of the capital’s live music scene, with an eclectic mix of music, delicious cake, and iconic venues. Featured regularly in Time Out’s 101 Things To Do in London and cited in The Rough Guide to Make the Most of Your Time in Britain it has become both an institution for Londoners, and a reason to visit the city!

Family-friendly gigs...a typically eclectic programme, from alt-folk to hipster classical” –The Guardian

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