NEWS \\ South London venue Ghost Notes to close next month

22nd January 2019

Ghost Notes, the 400 capacity venue based in Peckham Levels, South London, will be closing its doors on 23rd February. 

Since opening in December 2017, the space has been a go-to spot for progressive UK Jazz. Performances from the likes of Yussef Dayes, Tom Misch, Damon Albarn, Poppy Ajudha and legendary Tony Allen have been a part of the venue’s short history. 

In a recent post on Ghost Note’s Facebook page, co-owner Russell Porter shared; “We’ve watched as the venue became a hub for a community of musicians making some of the most exciting music coming out of the UK, or indeed out of anywhere. Jazz in London, especially South London, is doing special things, and we’re really proud to be a part of it. We’re working on some stand-alone projects during the rest of the year and will be establishing Ghost Notes outside of a physical space, so be sure that this is by no means the end. Rather, it’s just a change of scene.”

To mark their final month, Ghost Notes have announced a special closing programme, welcoming back some of their favourite musicians and presenting some hotly tipped rising talent (read in full here). Supreme Standards host two shows within the programme; Ruby Rushton and Emma-Jean Thackray (solo) on 31 January, followed by a collaboration with Tru Thoughts to present new signing Ego Ella May and Bryony Jarman-Pinto on 14 February.

Ghost Notes have revealed that they will continue to programme shows as an events company. As for Supreme Standards’ shows, we’re securing a new home. Watch this space for announcements!

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