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Saturday 15 February 7.30pm

Revolution: A Night of Music, Poetry and Theatre

Karamel, Chocolate Factory 2, Coburg Road, N22 6UJ  

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All proceeds go to the Kieran Taylor Memorial fund supporting young people in the arts facing economic challenges

Stars of stage and screen return to Collage Arts to support young people in the performing arts facing economic challenges. Join us in Karamel restaurant on 15th of February at 7:30pm to join some of Britain's most loved performers, singers and musicians in a night of cabaret like you have never seen.

It may be a day late but we are feeling romantic and sticking with the Valentines Day theme.

  • Maddy Hill
  • Simon Callow
  • Ann Mitchell
  • Lily Taylor
  • Elzbieta Kalicka
  • Hamish Somers
  • Wayne Gidden
  • Bruce Mississippi Johnson
  • Daniel Bowerbank
  • Simeon Hammon Dallas
  • Sasha Frost
  • Sheila Atim
  • Mo Sesay
  • Constance Dalrymple
  • Harmony Rose- Bremner
  • Anoushka Lucas
  • Martina Laird
  • Simone Cornelius
  • Tanita Tikaram
  • Alvaro Flores
  • Unclassified

Doors from 7pm.

Steve Medlin, Artistic director of Collage Voices, says: “Kieran Taylor was not just a wonderful student but a shining example of how much a young person can achieve no matter what level of obstacles are placed in their way.

“He was an inspiration to all those around him. I can honestly say that I learnt far more from spending time with him than I could ever have hoped to teach in return.

“He will be missed but will always remain part of us as a reminder that no matter what struggle is directly in front of you, there is always the choice to approach it with good humour and spirit.”

To donate, go to www.justgiving.com/CollageArts

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