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Hello and welcome to our Autumn 2022 roundup.

We’re very excited to be back in the heart of Stoke Newington for our new season in the superb space of St Matthias Hall and St Matthias Church.

Two ‘Tomorrow the Moon’ gigs

14 October Alex Clarke + BTF Allstars BOOK
18 November ARQ + Balledestre London Jazz Festival BOOK
10 Dec Electric Landladies Xmas Party BOOK

This season has been generously supported by DissentersN16 as part of their 10th anniversary celebrations.

Watch out for regular slots at Ronnie Scott’s and the Clapton Country Club from Deirdre Cartwright, Electric Landladies will be LIVE in St Matthias Hall and New Cross Inn in December 10th & 11th and if any of you are thinking now’s the time to put on that postponed birthday, anniversary celebration then do get in touch. The Electric Landladies play at many a private ‘do’ and a wonderful and fun evening is guaranteed!

Blow the Fuse ‘On Air’ 
In 2020 – 2021, we were awarded funding by the Arts Council of England to produce a series of online concerts recorded exclusively by Blow the Fuse from the Vortex Jazz Club in Dalston plus archive film footage and interviews. We’d like to thank everyone who’s supported us through these extraordinary times and to all of you who became a BTF Patron through donations. Your support was crucial and helped us to produce TEN shows in all. A very steep but rewarding learning curve.

All shows can now be viewed anytime on our You Tube channel HERE

Carol Grimes • Deirdre Cartwright • Liane Carroll • Annie Whitehead
D’n’A present vintage Guest Stars • Martha & Eve + The  DaDa Dandies
Back to the 70s • The Casimir Connection + Add3io • Ian Shaw • ARQ

Please join our club by clicking here and receive links to the shows. Subscribe to our YouTube channel and look on our fb page for more updates. See you at a LIVE gig soon!

Many thanks to the Arts Council Of England for their support….

We’ve won the 2020 award for ‘Services to Jazz’ at the All Party Parliamentary Jazz Awards.
Thanks to everyone involved, it meant a lot to us, we’re really honoured.

Tomorrow the Moon, supported by PRS Foundation’s The Open Fund began in January 2020. We have finally been able to stage our last two events of this season this Autumn 2022 with Alex Clarke and ARQ + Balledestre.

We were delighted to have received funding to record the latest ARQ album ‘Short Stories’ and for a national tour promoting the album.

and to the equally wonderful people working at the PRSF for the Women Make music fund.

Thank you to all our supporters and watch this space for more news…

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