How often have you had the chance to listen to notes coming from the Himalayan region? And how many times have you enjoyed a concert in one of the best-kept little secret venues in London?
On the 2nd of December, Namlo Band and Sands Films will give you the “unmissable” opportunity to live a unique experience, because they’ll give life to a one-of-a-kind event in which a Grade II listed former granary will host on its stage a harmonic blend between Nepalese traditional sound and more contemporary arrangements.
In fact, for the twice-monthly Tuned In London music series hosted in the historical film production building, singer/songwriter and guitar player Ganga Thapa and his musicians will bring to South East London their mellow tunes recalling South Asian atmospheres.
If you’re willing to be introduced and carried away by some simple but inspiring day-to-day life stories from the Nepalese capital Kathmandu, legends enshrined among the peaks of the Himalaya or lively countryside rhythms of the Terai region, don’t bother heading to Heathrow with an expensive flight ticket, just alight the Overground at Rotherhithe.
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