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Open mic night at
The Swan

22 High Street,  Hampton Wick,  Kingston upon Thames,  London,  KT1 4DB,  England
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Event Info
  • Frequency : Every Tuesday. Always verify this independently before travelling. This information is not guaranteed correct.
  • Advance booking : Advance booking is not required.
  • Start / Finish time : 08:10 pm to 10:30 pm
  • Arrival / Sign-up begins : 07:30 pm
  • Performance type : Music. Jam session. Comedy / Standup. Hip hop / Rap / Urban. Poetry / spoken word. Story telling. Cabaret.
  • Event name : Acoustic Jam
  • Last confirmed : 5th June 2017
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Contact
  • Organiser name : Shelle Luscombe
  • Organiser phone : 07734 109 200
  • Venue phone : 0208 977 2644

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More details
  • Equipment at the venue : PA system with mixer (6 inputs) and 2 microphones. Acoustic guitar is provided. Bass guitar is provided. Stage foldback / monitor speakers are provided. Venue has a purpose-built stage area.
  • Instructions for performers : Free entry. Under 16s are welcome with responsible adult. Acoustic instruments only.
  • Maximum number of simultaneous performers : 6
  • Organiser's comments : We provide a cajon, electric bass and guitar for people to use. We have open mic slots available for solo and duo acts but the night is intended to encourage collaboration, experimentation and improvisation so let's see what we can create on stage.
  • How to find the venue : Half way between Hampton Wick Station and Kingston Bridge (two minutes' walk from each).
  • Travel advice : Two minutes' walk from Hampton Wick Station. Public car park two minutes' walk towards Kingston Bridge roundabout). Buses 281, 285 and 641 stop on the High Street.

This information was...

  • ...last updated on 5th June 2017
  • ...first submitted on 24th January 2017
  • ...submitted by Shelle Luscombe

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