Reggae Roast-Reggae choir Taster Session

  • 16 Feb 2014
  • 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • The Grafton, 20 Prince of Wales Road, Camden, London NW5 3LG


Bob Marley’s One Love, Millie Small’s My Boy Lollipop, UB40′s Red Red Wine, and The Specials’ Too Much Too Young are just a few of the iconic songs from the style of music loved across all ages and cultures – Reggae Music. Reggae Choir is an exciting new amateur contemporary choir open to everyone. There is no audition and no experience necessary.

Singing is a joyful activity enjoyed by most (whether we admit to it in public or not). It’s the reason we sing in the shower, around the house, karaoke nights, chanting in the football stands. It makes us feel good and anyone can do it!

So why not join OurCamden upstairs at The Grafton Pub in Kentish Town to experience the Reggae Choir in full swing and also learn how to sing a reggae classic with others. While you are there you can maybe treat yourself to a delicious Sunday roast and a well deserved pint. An event NOT to be missed!

Special Freebie February Offer:

The Reggae Choir session (performance and workshop) is free for all ticket holders.

We will buy a Main Course for the First 5 Ticket holders.

(The Grafton do fab food from The Fat Butcher- Have a look at their menu)

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0203 488 0020

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