A welcoming, dynamic & accessible space presenting unusual and enjoyable events, breaking down barriers & providing a platform for new experiences and unique opportunities in the arts.
A multipurpose venue, the Karamel Club is part of Collage Arts, an exclusive hub of networked artists, musicians and creative businesses based at the Chocolate Factories in Wood Green. The Karamel Club is forging an innovative programme of contemporary live performance, music, comedy, spoken word, multimedia and film with a particular focus on showcasing the work of emerging musicians, artists and filmmakers alongside established local and international artists and companies.
Conceived by budding musical superstars for a burgeoning creative community, The Academy of Urban Music Jam Sessions at the Karamel Club really reflect what this place is all about. Musicians like Pee Wee Ellis and Mercury nominee Sway turn up to Jam with new artists.
Poetry & Comedy
Hosted by 'Paul Lyalls' charismatic star of BBC2's Big Slam Poetry House, a monthly spoken word and comedy night - spicy, imaginative and aromatic Poetry & Poppadums returns to La Kera. Regularly showcasing up and coming performers alongside established names such as Logan Murray and Sean Hughes. Come and taste the delights of South Indian cuisine garnished with a masala of comedic offerings.
Dance & Performance
Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts regular hosts student amateur productions at the Karamel Club - check back for productions taking place later this year.
Unheard Voices Film Festival - Bringing you some of the most radical voices in British and World Cinema
In its third year, this is a groundbreaking film festival that celebrates unique and radical voices in British and World Cinema. The last festival of workshops, screenings and seminars had a theme of immigration, featuring Buffalo Up-North by emerging filmmaker Wade Jacks and Nick Broomfield's cutting edge film Ghosts. Participants were offered guidance from the conception of ideas through to marketing, distribution and funding with talks from Vicky Psarias and David Pope of the New Producers Alliance.