Tabernacle Arts Centre

Tabernacle Arts Centre
Powis Square, London, W11 2AY
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7th Biennial Steelpan Conference - Concert 1

Empire Windrush, Launchpad for generations of carnival artists; Calypso film + wind rush 70 years celebration

Fri 19 Oct

£5 / 020 7221 9700

Sat 20 Oct

£5 / 020 7221 9700

Conference Day 1

9.30am -12.30pm:Conference: Session 1Calypso and Black Music; Youths in theMediamid-day: Plenary Lecture 1-John Cowley -Calypso in Britain in the 1950s1.30pm - 5pm: Conference: Session 2Mas and Carnival Arts; Craftsmanship and Formulating Ideas for the Youth

Sat 20 Oct

Free / 020 7221 9700

Sun 21 Oct

Free / 020 7221 9700

Feminista Film Festival

Three-day documentary film festival celebrating female athletes and artists.

Fri 28 Sep

£16.31 / 020 7221 9700

Sat 29 Sep

Sun 30 Sep

Sabrina Francis

Listen to the mellow, sultry, soulful sound of this island girl and upcoming artist. Hailing from the Caribbean island of Grenada, the musical quartet promises to both captivate and soothe you with a powerful ensemble of original music they call Acoustic Soul from the West Indies. Sabrina will be sharing songs from her…

Thu 11 Oct

£15 / 020 7221 9700

Swing Punks In Concert

The fabulous Swing Punks Big Band play jazzy, twisted and fun versions of classic punk songs of the ‘70’s. Unique and unmissable!

Thu 27 Sep

Prices to be confirmed / 020 7221 9700

Zeeteah's Christmas Extravaganza

Way back in 2016, Zeeteah ended the year with a Diamond Jubilee show at the Tabernacle. Now, after a year of sell-out shows around London, she's returning to the Tabernacle by popular demand to stage a one-of-a-kind Christmas extravaganza. You won't want to miss this.

Fri 7 Dec

£22.50–£29.50 / 020 7221 9700

Comments & ratings

1. Stephen R25 Aug 2016, 1:59pm1 star Tabernacle Arts Centre Report

One star only for the ingredients which were decent..but the rest...wow!..I ordered a breakfast asking for crispy bacon. It cost £10, yep £10. Anyhow, en route to the seat I saw a teaplatewith bacon sausage mush & hasbrown being heated under a grill.ie) looked like a reheat & it wasnt fresly cooked it seemed. When it came the bacon had to be sent back (uncooked,so deciding to start on the sausage I cut in half. Half cooked& half not. (one side pink.. undercooked pork.. I retched into the tissue and small tin container.Sent back both came back fixed but not replaced.Cheap cheap cheap. The request for "butter" not kitchen margarine was like asking for the winning lottery number. The waiter was just great but the person whom it was ordered, the cooks efforts, tie in with my resolve (past experience) not to spend any money whatever in the Tabernacle again. Id just ordered after a busy morning with no breakfast Two brothers who are present seem to have such attitude as to make this paying customer feel threatened. In fact one decided to confront some remark allegedly made in a threatening manner, withing ear distance of my friends. Thuggish and without basis. Many Afro Caribean events and folk add ambience to a great venue year round but its being slashed and burned by the attitude of these two while other staff, one clearly see,make massive efforts. No more..Be prepared. Hope this helps you not experience what I have, and a change in floor management would certainly be the best for ensuring longevity in my view, for such a key local venue

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