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Live streamed performances – March 2021

Bringing the stage to the comfort of your living room, join us for this vibrant season of live music, spoken word and conversations, performed live from the extraordinary surroundings of the Grade 1 listed Grand Junction at St Mary’s Magdalene Church, and streamed for online audiences.

WHAT DO WE NEED TO NOURISH OUR SOULS TO FIGHT THE GOOD FIGHT?
Many of the burning issues of the day, and the greatest injustices we currently live with have come hurtling to the fore in the last year: Black Lives Matter; the climate emergency; economic inequalities exacerbated by Covid-19. And we are challenging this unfairness as never before. Comfort and Courage explores what inspires artists and political voices, and how the comfort of creation and sharing ideas, gives the courage needed to speak out.

  • RISE Collective: Amplify

    ON DEMAND 3 - 16 March. Talented young poets, rappers, singers and dancers of the future.

    £3.00
  • Emmy the Great: Jukebox

    ON DEMAND 4-17 MARCH. A must-see All Request show from the captivating singer-songwriter.

    £10.00
  • Talvin Singh: Music for Healing

    ON DEMAND 5-18 MAR. An exclusive premiere from the acclaimed musician, in his first gig for two years.

    £10.00
  • SEED Ensemble

    The Mercury Award-nominated ten-piece band, featuring a stellar line-up of jazz musicians.

    £10.00
    Sat 6 Mar, 19:30
  • Julie’s Bicycle: The Colour Green in Conversation

    Baroness Lola Young, Farhana Yamin and Gaika in discussion, as part of Season for Change.

    £3.00
    Mon 8 Mar, 19:30
  • Fiona Compton & Guests: Know Your Caribbean

    Panel featuring Caribbean creatives, Lancelot Chancel, Curmiah Lisette and Chantal Miller.

    £3.00
    Tue 9 Mar, 19:30
  • Tongue Fu featuring Vanessa Kisuule, Anthony Anaxagorou & Cecilia Knapp

    The UK’s leading spoken word and music show.

    £8.00
    Wed 10 Mar, 19:30
  • Fay Hield, with support from Lewis Barfoot

    The Nest Collective present an exclusive series of shows from the best in contemporary folk music.

    £8.00
    Thu 11 Mar, 19:30
  • Abel Selaocoe and Modeste Hugues

    Music full of the rhythm and sounds of the African continent, from The Nest Collective.

    £8.00
    Fri 12 Mar, 19:30
  • 9Bach, with support from Germa Adan

    Experimental folk-rock and Creole folk star in one evening from The Nest Collective.

    £8.00
    Sat 13 Mar, 19:30
  • Asad Rehman: From Crises to Justice: The World We Dream, We Can Win!

    War on Want’s CEO is joined by an esteemed panel of renowned activists.

    £3.00
    Tue 16 Mar, 19:30
  • Kit Downes & Sally O’Reilly: Even At Home We are Never Alone

    A unique dream-like experience to lose yourself in. Feat. special guests Ruth Goller and Giacomo Smith.

    £8.00
    Wed 17 Mar, 19:30