Cirkt heads to Kingston

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Cirkt heads to Kingston

A new project called Cirkt is underway in South London - bringing together emerging musicians and the venues that are willing to promote them.

The year long scheme in Kingston is part of the Mayor's Borough of Culture programme, and is being supported by established members of the music industry.

Anna Doyle is the project manager and Mickey Beans is a musician, who aside form her own solo career, is the keyboard player with La Roux.

The closing date for entries is the 6th March and to find out more details head to kingston.gov.uk

 

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