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Thursday 14 November 2019, From 9.00pm


Member ticket only - £22
Non-members ticket only– £27
Members dining + ticket– £50
Non-members dining + ticket– £55

Over 18s Only


Doors Open 7pm

On Stage 9pm

KENNY THOMAS and his band

Kenny was born in Islington, North London. In the early eighties the heart of the neighbourhood was beating with the sounds of Soul, Reggae, Lovers Rock and Jazz Funk. He sang in the choir at the local church to the delight of his mother and had a busy career as an amateur boxer to the delight of his father!

His dad was a well-known professional boxer in his day and had an amature boxing gym in Alexandra Palace, North London, where he trained boxers. One day the hand of fate once again rested on Kenny’s shoulder. A music manager, who was a keen boxer himself, got talking to his dad at a boxing event when those immortal words were uttered… “My son can sing, you should hear his stuff.” He did, and he was very impressed with Kenny’s voice.

Over the last few years Kenny has had the privilege of touring and sharing the stage with artistes such as Bobby Womack, Lisa Stansfield, Shalamar, Patrice Rushen, Tavares, Alexander O’Neal, Beverley Knight and Level 42. His fan base here in the UK and around the world has grown with him and this loyal following has ensured that the demand to see him perform live has never waned.

Off stage Kenny’s been busy too and with his ever enquiring mind he became interested in the advantages of complementary medicine. Not one to do anything by halves, he graduated from a private academy in 2010 with a Bachelor Of Science Degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and is now a qualified Practitioner.

Kenny’s new duo project with Jazz Pianist and Producer Wayne Brown known as “The Thomas Brown Affair” sees him sticking to his soul roots but it also sees him pushing the boundaries, and taking a step into the unknown – a place, unsurprisingly Mr. Thomas is very comfortable in.