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Levent and Taylor

appearing at

Cliffs Pavilion

Southend-on-Sea, Essex

18:00 - 22:00

Levent and Taylor

Genre

Jazz, Classical, World Music, Blues Flamenco

Description

With a sound incorporating elements of Gypsy jazz, Classical, Latin and World music, we work together to create a stylistic and bohemian atmosphere to journey through.

Having played together for several years we have performed at a number of places including Vivienne Westood’s London fashion show, Mutterschiff Festival in Switzerland and various festivals around the UK.

We have featured in publications such as Vogue, The New York Times, have appeared on BBC radio and have had our music featured in `Cocooned`, a documentary by Ok Nature.

Cliffs Pavilion

Venue Type

Performance Arts Theatre

Description

The Cliffs Pavilion is the largest purpose-built performing arts venue in Essex and presents in excess of 300 performances each year across a wide range of live entertainment from ballet, opera and classical music, through to top-name comedians and singers, to West End musicals, stand-up rock concerts and the largest pantomime in the South East.

At the Cliffs Pavilion we offer:

-Flat-floor access to the bar and the stalls seating area
-Toilets for the disabled
-Infra red loop system - just borrow a headset from the Theatre Shop
-Guide dogs accommodated
-Designated areas for wheelchair users within the regular stalls seating and a free seat for a companion/helper (for seated concerts only)
-Free audio-tape of our brochure for blind patrons
-Signed Performances
-Special needs-aware theatre personnel
-Pavilion restaurant and Balcony accessible via lift

Levent & Taylor present their infamous WORLD BAND in support of threatened wildlife in the UK and Spain!

ALL profits on the night will go to supporting the completion of a wildlife FILM by the 'Essex Wildlife Trust' and Benjamin Ward.
The film will highlight the story of threatened mammalia species.

The musical duo are also contributing original compositions for the film, some of which may be performed for the first time on the night!

The remaining part of the film will be to capture the story of one of the most critically endangered mammals in Europe, the European mink. Once abundant throughout Europe and Russia this animal is highly threatened, believed that there are just 1,000 - 1,500 left in the wild.

Working with a critically endangered animal is a mammoth task, and filming one is even more so, heading to Spain will be the only way to see this suffering species - hence the Fiesta!

Music from 6:00PM to 10:00PM, a short interval at 8:30 followed by a talk from Benjamin Ward then more music from 9PM

Station Road,

Southend-on-Sea,

Essex,

England,

SS0 7RA.


01702 351135

Disabled AccessBarFood Served

Admission Fee: £5

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