CirKT launches a new live music project offering opportunities for some of the most talented musicians from the South West London area to perform at music venues from August to November this year. CirKT presents a dedicated, packed live music programme, re-igniting a love for nightlife and a passion for live music across this part of London.
The first CirKT night kicked off at The Glasshouse in New Malden on the 8th August 2019 with Alex Brenchley, a quirky off kilter singer-songwriter providing lo-fi acoustic eccentricities (he’s also a cartoonist for The New Statesman) and British Hip Hop duo Graver Ekow with their bouncy and beasty lyricals.
Thurs 22 August, 7.30pm https://www.lambsurbiton.co.uk/
Reserve your free ticket at https://www.cirkt.com/event/time-dilation-unit-the-lamb/
Wed 4 September, 7.30pm with Leo Appleyard's Urchin
Reserve your free ticket at https://www.cirkt.com/event/urchin-the-oak/
Thurs 19 September, 7.30pm http://www.the-fighting-cocks.co.uk/
The loss of venue spaces is one of the biggest problems facing London’s live music sector and CirKT has developed an ecosystem style approach to respond to this. Kingston Council was awarded The Mayor of London’s Cultural Impact Award, and CirKT will officially launch its four-month music programme with its final New Talent Call Out, seeking the best of London’s music talent. An eclectic mix of artists have already been chosen, but there are still more places available to receive once in a lifetime professional development, networking support and performance opportunities. Up to three acts will have the opportunity of securing a bursary of £500.