We kick off 4 days of FOX FEST 2018 with two incredible local performers who are known for pushing musical boundaries - WARSNARE & arC! All proceeds from the door during Fox Fest go directly to the two amazing charities - ForJimmy.org, and Refugee Community Kitchen.
Please help us raise funds for Refugee Community Kitchen and Bristol based charities that support refugees by sponsoring our charity hitchhike to Athens following the Balkan route travelled by many refugees.
This special night is a rare London show from Rum Shack in association with Fox Fest to raise money for Refugee Community Kitchen (founded by The Common's very own Steve Bedlam) and ForJimmy.org.
More Like Trees are born of festival fields and raucous warehouse parties, radiating individuality from every facet. Theirs is a sound like no other: foot-stomping, heart-pounding, and infectious. This is an altermodern melting pot of styles reimagined as acoustic dance music. A meeting of drum n bass and folk with knowing nods towards flamenco and gypsy influences that they call 'Strum n Bass'.
Kwake Bass is regarded as one of the most established drummers in London. He's played in many contexts, ranging from musical director to one-man-band, for acts as varied as Jehst, Kate Tempest, Shabaka Hutchings and Karl R.Able. His new mixtape is the first instalment in a series of compilations of his solo work past and present.
The Fedz are a UK/US music collective from all races and backgrounds, working together for the common good. An anathema to the divisions in the world, sticking up a middle finger to the status quo.
Hosted by - NattySpeaks / MC Spee (Dreadzone) / Natty Campbell MC
On the decks it's the RUMSHACK DJs -
Bashment Bish | DJ Fred | Sub:System (Lyrix Organix) | DJ Interrupt
+ more TBA
About The Rum Shack
Once the sun goes down, the real party begins in a hedonistic corner of Glastonbury Festival... we call it The Common. Famous for unforgettable live shows and all-night parties, the mighty Rum Shack is fast becoming the Glastonbury after-hours destination. Soundsystem culture with a live twist. Fuelled by bass. Dipped in rum. Every night feels like a house party... with top live bands and high grade DJ’s - alongside headline sets from UK’s best rappers, poets and beatboxers. Recent years have seen remarkable performances from Kate Tempest, Akala, Mike Skinner & Murkage, Kojey Radical, My Nu Leng, Harry Shotta, Reeps One and more.
About Refugee Community Kitchen: Refugee Community Kitchen serves nourishing food to displaced people in the UK and northern France. Entirely volunteer-run and donation-based, we are committed to serving wholesome food with dignity and respect to people in need.
About For Jimmy: For Jimmy works with young people, schools, and communities to create the safest spaces for young people to grow up in. Our work drives change across three levels: inspiring individual responsibility; connecting communities and building safe places to turn to.
Entry is by donation, so dig deep and help us raise funds for these important charities that do so much good work!!!
REKNAW + SIREN get together for a special Sunday Outdoor Session in the lush garden at the Fox.
In aid of 2 great camapigns - The Refugee Community Kitchen + For Jimmy
THE RESTARTS - London's best punk band.
BOGUS GASMAN - Reknaw faves dish up a mix of every style.
OVERLOAD - Smashing it with high energy street punk.
Special Needs Disco with
DEX RAY SPEX
MICHAEL BURNS TOAST
spinning classic Ska, Punk and whatever's good !
It's an all dayer with BBQ
Powered by Siren Sound System
Late night lighting by Surplus
Bands run up until 8.30, then DJ's till the end.
Entry by donation.
On Saturday 9th June I will be walking all the way around Guernsey in 24 hours. Thats approximately 40 miles in case you are wondering. It may hurt. I will be raising money for Refugee Community Kitchen who have have been working tirelessly since 2015 to provide food to refugees in crisis at the camps in Calais and Dunkirk. The kitchen relies solely on donations from the public to provide up to 1400 hot nutritious meals a day. They haven't missed a day yet. Your money goes a long way...
Be Nice Club launches its debut night The Empire Bar
Expect the following:
-live performance broadcast on Wick Radio from the super talented Bedroom Disco, Lukas Keen and Isaac Strauss with the sweetest tunes that East London can offer.
-Pay-what-you-can feast - all proceeds to local charity RCK Hackney - Serving hot healthy meals to Hackneys homeless community, without judgement.
-Happy hour till 9pm (2-4-1).
Top Raving night to raise funds for Refugee Community Kitchen- Ravey Gravey hosts amazing DJs with the only music policy being ravetastic fun - a Reggae/Dub/beats warm up by the one and only Stevie Bedlam - House, Acid , Techno , Old skool and D&B/Jungle by Toby Tallz and SICKNOTE regulars Zoe pounder (Brighton 303), Madame G and Dutti Breaks - SPECIAL GUEST DJ to be announced - great relaxed venue with well stocked reasonable bar and a lovely beer garden - Its going to be special! Tickets available soon - £8 in advance.
Last year I took a car full of donations over (thank you to everyone who helped with that) but this year I'm raising money by cycling over to Calais!
I've not really cycled for over a year so it will certainly be a challenge!! Any donation that you give will spur me on to reach my destination... once there, I will be volunteering in the kitchen for a week as, unfortunately, that is the only time I can spare at the moment.
The Media has long gone forgotten the people in Calais...I haven't and I don't want you to either!
Thanks for your support xx
Hi! For those of you reading that don't know me, I'm Suzy. I have challenged myself to cycle from one end of the UK to the other, a journey of around 1050 miles.
"I cycle a bit, but I am really having to step up for this! I want to use the experience to push myself mentally and physically, and also to do some good in the world. Because of this, I would like to raise money for Help Refugees and Refugee Community Kitchen (RCK). Both of these wonderful organisations are based in Calais, and are some of the only sources of support, help and hot food that the refugees there are receiving. These people need our help, they are fleeing war and persecution and I believe it is our duty to help when our governments turn their backs. My goal is to raise at least £1 for each mile I will cycle. If I raise more I will be over the moon!" - Suzy
In just over a month's time I'll be tackling my first marathon in Paris, and I'm hoping to raise some money for Refugee Community Kitchen whilst I do it. I spent some volunteering with RCK earlier this year and was able to witness the excellent work they do cooking and distributing meals to refugees in Calais and Dunkirk. Though for some refugee presence in northern France and Europe remains a contentious political issue, the distribution of food and necessities to those who are hungry and in need is something which cannot reasonably be argued against. For those still in Calais and Dunkirk, conditions are as bad as they have ever been, only compounded by recent cold weather. So please give what you can and help support this extremely worthy cause. - Jack
Gypsy Westwood and her friend Anna are training for 12km marathon that will happen on the 7th of April in Santa Eulalia.
"This sort of challenge is a great way to raise money. The Refugee Community Kitchen was started by some friends and they have put their all into it and really made a difference.
They have been cooking hot meals for over 2000 refugees everyday in Calais and Dunkirk. I believe we are one world. We are all humans.
The world is so full of inequality.
If we can make small differences we are doing at least something for humanity." - Gypsy
Old Bones goes a bit reggae for a rebel rousing benefit to raise funds forRefugee Community Kitchen and The Flying Seagull Project. FeaturingBabar Luck, Jay Terrestrial, Mad Dog Collective, and Natty Campbell MCand bringing sounds of world, folk, punk, reggae and jungle to our home turf of the Fox and Firkin.
Donations on the door - suggested £5 but we won't turn you away for lack of funds.
Last year we raised £1400 to feed refugees in Serbia and Calais- out of the eye of the media life is getting harder for these victims of war and neo colonialism- we can help!
Bring your smiles and your solidarity.
Love and rage ✊
Jamnesty is a fundraising night of live music including piano, acoustic singers, bands and Origins DJs!
This years chosen charity is Refugee Community Kitchen which feeds refugees in Calais and Dunkirk as well as helping the homeless in the UK. Half of the money raised will also go to Amnesty UK to support the wonderful work they do in promoting human rights.
This is a fantastic opportunity to raise money for those who need it whilst having a great time and we hope you can join us!
Throughout the course of history global hubs like London have been defined, shaped and moulded by a myriad of ethnicities constantly adding ingredients to their cultural and musical melting pots. Here we explore The Next Wave - The Latest Sounds of the London Underground at our ‘Folk of the World’ concert in association with the Refugee Community Kitchencharity. The event will be held at Rich Mix London as part of the London Remixed Festival 2018 on Friday February 2nd and will showcase refugee artists as well as musicians from Syria, Iraq and Turkey. This event is not for profit and will act as a fundraiser for the Refugee Community Kitchen, to help celebrate the beauty, richness and diversity of the refugees music and culture as well as raise awareness of the refugees situation in the UK and what you can do to help.
The amazing people at The Parsnipship are donating 100% of profit from this event to Refugee Community Kitchens who have been cooking thousands of meals a day for refugees for just over two years.
RCK provide a hot nutritious meal for 50p per person. Think how many people we can feed if we pack this event out!
Come, eat incredible vegan food, drink incredible vegan ales, lagers and stouts, and feed people in need at the same time.
We are putting on our final Micro Party of the year @ Henry's Cellar Bar on Saturday the 23rd December. As usual, we will be donating all monies raised from ticket sales and donations to our chosen cause, which we are excited to say is going to be the Refugee Community Kitchen who feed 2500 hungry mouths every day!
Mr Ted's Totes Batshit Quiz and show! We are raising money for Refugee Community Kitchen in Calais in the best possible way, with fun and laughter. The Famous Trendy Wendy is DJing so we can all boogie on down after the show!! Please come along!
Estamos encantados de anunciar el CHARITY CHRISTMAS MARKET que organizamos en colaboración con InterNations en Useful Languages en Barcelona.
El próximo 3 de diciembre estaremos preparados con comida, un espacio para compartir historias, una zona donde comprar los últimos detalles para decorar vuestras casas estas navidades, actividades preparadas para los más pequeños y... ¡mucho más!
Lime of your Life is Back!!!
We are back in the Boca Bar in Glastonbury and its the official Afterparty to the greatest show on earth................
We have decided to donate all of the proceeds of this night to a very worthy cause.. Refugee Community Kitchen..
A refugee benefit gig in aid of grass roots, non profit organisations -Refugee Community Kitchen Calais and Refugee Art Trail Lesvos.
Live reggae samba band Pengenista drummers to warm us up...Hiphop from Adam Carpetface Russell, Dub from Kings Hi-Fi, Reggae smashers from Steve Bedlam and London's Fav underground jungle sounds from Jim B Itch
Plus talks on refugee aid work from the frontline, films, art and photography and hopefully some authentic cuisine from refugees them selves to set us up for an ital bounce !
Our monthly Element Jam is getting spicy!!!
We, Floor Rippers are delighted to have Break Mission on a HIP HOP history month. Are you ready for this???
Bring food and clothes donations without these you can not enter and it has to be more than one can of food we need at least a bag full of clothes of food to be donated to the homeless in London town and the refugees in Calais!!
The renowned international clarinet soloist Antony Pay will be joined by cellist Gabriel Amherst and pianist Hugh Petter to perform Brahms' Clarinet trio in A minor, Beethoven's Clarinet trio in Bb Op. 11, and excerpts from Messiaen's Quatuor pour la fin du temps.
ALL PROCEEDS TO @REFUGEE COMMUNITY KITCHEN, who are cooking 2500 meals a day for homeless refugees in northern France.