Special Events

15th April - Choro Bandido

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Back by popular demand! Brazilians describe Choro as quintessentially Brazilian Music. It blends African rhythms with European melodic influences and is often referred to as Brazil's answer to Ragtime. The basis of Choro Bandido is a traditional Choro line-up of 7-string guitar, cavaquinho (the one that looks like a ukulele) and pandiero (the one that looks like a tambourine). The melody is carried by the violin which replaces the more traditional flute or mandolin. With this line-up and including the beautiful vocals of Kay, they have been able to branch out into related regional styles as well as other forms of Latin influenced music from South America and beyond. Choro Bandido recently wowed the crowds at the Surrey Steampunk Convivial. Not to be missed. Doors Open 7:30

12 May - Professor Elemental

professor-elemental-event-1.jpgWelcome to the world of Professor Elemental. Sit down and he will brew you a nice Hip Hop number, stir in some comedy and then serve it with scones.An award winning Hip Hop artist and accomplished host, he as performed at all kinds of shows from Hip Hop to burlesque, festivals to wedding parties.

A Steampunk flavoured mad Professor, his inventions and adventures have taken him around the world. He first got noticed with the track ‘Cup Of Brown Joy’ which notched up over a million hits. This was followed by his scuffle with Mr B, resulting in the video ‘Fighting Trousers’.


His act is a lively combination of comedy & music with some friendly audience banter and plenty of improvisation. The act has gone like clockwork at events like The San Deigo Comic Con, The Glastonbury Festival, The Canadian Steam Expo and Dragon Con.

Professor Elemental sold out with 2 weeks to go when he played The Yellow Book last time so don't delay!

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