Sybarite Nights 16th December

FESTIVE FROLICS

Our monthly cabaret mayhem continues on Friday 16th December 2016 with our special CHRISTMAS PARTY with an amazing bill including singing/comedy/magic/sewing and insults, all for only £5 admission!!



Art Performance previously on at Leyden Gallery in United Kingdom.
From Friday 16 December 2016 to Friday 16 December 2016

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Sybarite Nights music happenings take place in one of London’s best kept secret venues for fabulous and unexpected pleasures. Expect fabled and exquisite performances from an expanded spectrum of performers young and old.



Resident compere beyond compare Lindsay Moran will be introducing the following line-up of our regular performers plus special guests.

Dr. Martin our local music hall turn. Regular as clockwork.
The legendary Michael Myers our resident king of crooners.

Special Guests

Flora Hibberd: Singer and songwriter has released her new EP and sees her adding musical depth to the songs she has been writing since she was sixteen.



David Harry: Expert close-up magician and a brilliant far-away one too (he lives in darkest south London). He is also an uncannily accurate mind-reader so be careful of what you think.



Charmian Hughes: Excerpts from her award winning Edinburgh Fringe Show Soixante Mirth. Featuring  Fun Filled Frolic – Fate, Flim-Flam and Filosophy – no effing!



Greg Williams: Solo artist of mellifluous angst, a poet singer/songwriter formally of Eclipse and Chango Mutney.



Alice Zawadski: Jazz vocalist, violonist, songwriter and composer. Her work as a performer, collaborator, composer and speaker, has seen her gain considerable repute as a distinctive and individual presence on the creative European music scene.



Leyden Gallery is also pleased to welcome artist Tina Crawford who, during the intervals, will be performing live-drawing with her sewing machine.

You can commision your own portrait on the night

Tina’s powerful images reveal the potentiality of the (supposedly humble) technique of the sewing machine when placed in the hands of an insightful and informed artist. She has had a successful career in free embroidery illustration, designing pieces for clients such as Shakespeare’s Globe, Kew Gardens and the Museum of London.

A superb selection of fine wines and signature cocktails will be available in our lovely ArtBar. As always it will be a truly unique celebration of music, performance and community spirit. XXXmas

Do RSVP early
info@leydengallery.com