Open Arts Café: ‘Eureka!’ September 29th

29 Sep 2016

Regular hours

09:30 – 16:30

Cost of entry

Pay what you can at the door (suggested donation £8)
Wine is £3 a glass, snacks are free

Open Arts Café

London, United Kingdom


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Open Arts Café is a mixed arts evening for up-and-coming artists. Pay-what-you-can (£8 suggested), £3 per glass, and free snacks. Music, theatre, film, poetry, comedy, visual arts, dance. “It was a great night full of jaw dropping talented artists"


Open Arts Café: ‘Eureka!’ September 29th

Open Arts Café is a mixed arts evening for up-and-coming artists of all mediums to present new and original work.

On September 29th, for the theme 'Eureka' the performances and artwork are exploring science, discovery and epiphanies

Silent film soundtrack from

*Nico Antwerp

Music and laughs from

*Jay Foreman

Sciencific entertainment by

*Florence Schechter

Musical theatrical endeavors and singalong from host

*Maya Levy

Storytelling by

*Sarah Rundle

Poetry from

*Alexander Vellis

Visual arts from

*Neus Torres Tamarit

*Joss Cole

The artists are of the highest standard and this hidden gem of London's underground arts scene has been successfully running for 7 years. It’s only five minutes from Marble Arch, in the West End.

Pay-what-you-can at the door, £3 for a glass of wine, free snacks and delightful entertainment: music, theatre, film, puppetry, poetry, comedy, visual arts, acrobatics… It is impossible to explain the atmosphere and camaraderie that is present during Open Arts Café, the best way by far to experience it is to come along to the next event!

Doors open 7:15PM
Show starts 8PM

34 Upper Berkeley Street (gated entrance near Green Valley Shop)
Nearest tube Marble Arch
Pay what you can (£8 suggested donation)

Some things people had to say:

 “All in all, it was a great night full of jaw dropping talented artists.  Maya Levy never fails to do a wonderful job picking the best artists and performers for her themed night which are always thoroughly entertaining.” (The Other Arts Review)

"However, it is Maya Levy’s compering that steals the show each time; her unique brand of humour puts the audience at ease and encourages the artists simultaneously. This is carried through to her songs – always tailored to the theme, they show off her beautiful voice and range whilst providing some comic relief each month." Annual Review


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