Tomorrow night, join Howard Skempton and Notes Inégales for an evening of boundary-pushing live performances at Kings Place

Club Inégales celebrates Howard Skempton’s 70th birthday with a late-night adventure at Kings Place
Friday, 13 October 2017 – 10:00pm 
Tickets – £7.50

Check out Notes Inégales’ 2014 performance of Lament, featuring Howard Skempton on accordion

Tomorrow night Club Inégales moves to Kings Place, to join an evening in celebration of legendary British composer Howard Skempton. Elegant, detailed, and essentially simple, Howard’s exquisite compositions are the perfect launchpad for an evening of imaginative improvisation, courtesy of our house band Notes Inégales.

Howard has joined us twice before at Club Inégales, playing accordion, singing and improvising with the band, and we’re thrilled to be rekindling our relationship this Friday at London’s Kings Place. Tickets are a steal at just £7.50, so don’t miss out on your opportunity to witness a late-night extravaganza, packed with new arrangements, and alchemic improvisation between our house band Notes Inégales, and the man himself.

Club Inégales’ show with
Howard Skempton is preceded by:

A pre-concert talk at 6:30pm 
with Howard Skempton and conductor David Wordsworth
Tickets – Free (subject to booking)
A career retrospective concert at 7:30pm
with performances from Gildas Quartet, The Addison Chamber Choir and more