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January 2019

BRING YOUR OWN VINYL! Thurs 14th March

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Music @ Park's Edge

Date: Thursday 14th March 

Time: 6.30pm – 11pm

Tickets: Free

If you missed the first Bring Your Own Vinyl event in February, book now for BYOV March, hosted by London’s Mi Soul Radio DJ @patsteele!

BYOV night provides you with a unique opportunity to get the vinyl out of the garage or loft, dust it off and play your faves – from Soul to Rare Grooves, Indie to Jazz, Blues to Broken Beats and Funky House… Anything goes providing the needle doesn’t stick!

An avid vinyl collector and obsessive, Patrick’s BYOV nights are one of London’s much loved and feted monthly vinyl evenings. He’ll be spinning some of his favourite tracks rooted in jazz, funk and soul but why not take your chances by taking a spin on the decks!

Expect a great evening of food, cocktails and wines with the authentic sound of diverse vinyl (CD’s and streaming services are banned!), foot tapping and head bobbing.

Entry is free but you’ll need to book your table for dining on the 14th March at opentable.co.uk (Park’s Edge). Dining slots are 2.5 hours but we won’t kick you out! Plenty of space at the bar! Don’t think you’ll want to eat? No problem – feel free to come anyway but note that we give priority to diners for tables.

March’s Selector slots are already filled but contact pat2funky@hotmail.com if you want to be considered for April!

MUSIC FOR THE SOUL – LOUISE GOLBEY Thurs 21st March

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Park’s Edge is the stage for the standout vocals of soul singer, songwriter and musician, Louise Golbey on Thursday 21st March.

Louise, an established artist on the live music scene of London and beyond is fresh from having released her latest solo offering, with tracks such as ‘A Good Life’ in heavy rotation on radio. Her set at Park’s Edge will include a mix of popular soul covers and her own material.

Having played at Glastonbury, Isle of Wight Festival and The Big Festival, she also regularly shares the stage with many established artists including Ed Sheeran (who makes an appearance in her music) and has collaborated with one of the UK’s best known soul artists, Omar and Heatwave at The Jazz Cafe.

Tickets are £10 each and for those wanting to dine with us from our dinner menu, doors open at 6pm while Louise’s performance begins at 7.30pm. Tickets are limited so to book, please visit here. Spaces are limited so do book early to avoid missing out.