A Women’s World At The London Jukebox

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The London Jukebox presents...
Women’s World At The London Jukebox with Mieko Shimizu & Keiko Kitamura + Marina Deligianni + Nina Miranda
International Women's Day is a global celebratory focus day for women rights, and here at the London Jukebox,
we have a fine selection of particularly empowering female voices to help strengthen our celebrations.
Curated by London’s boundary-breaking female icon DJ Ritu, we’re joined by the golden voices of Greek music the fantastic duo - Marina Deligianni and Sofia bring the Mediterranean.
Whilst Smoke Cities fiery light Nina Miranda who always beams beauty and female fabulousness brings South
American rhythms. Keiko Kitamura will be providing powerful Asian koto melodies.
We will also have an empowering speech from owner Raxa Mehta & cocktails and prosecco to wash down some
of The London Jukebox's finest Indian cuisine.

Keiko Kitamura-


( koto player/vocalists/composers known as The Japanese Duo – Mieko & Keiko)

Marina Deligianni -


(Greek music)

Nina Miranda -


(Brazilian London)

Garance -


(French folk music)
+ more acts to anounced

Advance Ticket £10.00 (+Fee)
DJ Starts at 7.00PM
Live Music 7.30PM

Book "Dinner & Live Music" on www.TheLondonJukebox.com
Email - [email protected] | Call the venue - 020 348 99 060.

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