Traditional Afghan folk meets London jazz collective:
Kefaya & Elaha Soroor

Wednesday 12th February

Afghan singer Elaha Soroor and award-winning music collective Kefaya, led by Al MacSween & Giuliano Modarelli, join forces for a mighty and mesmerizing show at The Jazz Cafe.

With their new album, Songs Of Our Mothers; they explore a fresh, vibrant take on Afghan folk music filtered through myriad forms, from spiritual jazz and dub to Indian classical music and electronica.

Elaha Soroor first rose to fame through the reality TV show Afghan Star. Her rising popularity in a society known for its persecution of female performers combined with her outspoken views on women’s rights led to an environment of serious personal danger and Elaha was eventually forced to flee Afghanistan.

London based, Sudanese band The Scorpios open the show. Having fled Sudan and the fundamentalist takeover in that region, the Scorpios are a band that melds Arabic rhythms and guitar chops with a raw Eastern funk feel, properly dismantling cultural barriers in pursuit of a unifying rhythmic bliss.

Line up

  • Kefaya & Elaha Soroor
  • The Scorpios

Price

Standing: £14 Restaurant: £20-25

Doors

19:00-22:30

Kefaya & Elaha Soroor

Traditional Afghan folk meets London jazz collective:
Kefaya & Elaha Soroor

Wednesday 12th February

Line up

  • Kefaya & Elaha Soroor
  • The Scorpios

Price

Standing: £14 Restaurant: £20-25

Doors

19:00-22:30

Afghan singer Elaha Soroor and award-winning music collective Kefaya, led by Al MacSween & Giuliano Modarelli, join forces for a mighty and mesmerizing show at The Jazz Cafe.

With their new album, Songs Of Our Mothers; they explore a fresh, vibrant take on Afghan folk music filtered through myriad forms, from spiritual jazz and dub to Indian classical music and electronica.

Elaha Soroor first rose to fame through the reality TV show Afghan Star. Her rising popularity in a society known for its persecution of female performers combined with her outspoken views on women’s rights led to an environment of serious personal danger and Elaha was eventually forced to flee Afghanistan.

London based, Sudanese band The Scorpios open the show. Having fled Sudan and the fundamentalist takeover in that region, the Scorpios are a band that melds Arabic rhythms and guitar chops with a raw Eastern funk feel, properly dismantling cultural barriers in pursuit of a unifying rhythmic bliss.


Restaurant Tickets

Book tickets for our restaurant here.

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How To Book

Join us for great food and a perfect view of the live show from the mezzanine.

1) Click ‘select your seats’.

2) Click ‘types’ and select the amount of guests, e.g ‘Table of 2’.

3) The floor plan will show available tables in blue, select the seats on the table you would like to purchase.

4) Click ‘buy tickets’ at the bottom of the page.

5) Check you’re happy with your tickets and complete the order!