Festive Fun Continues  this Weekend at Kings Mall

Meet Santa and enjoy live music at lunchtime

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Graffiti Classics

China Soul

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The festive fun continues at Kings Mall this weekend, December 17 and 18 with live music from Graffiti Classics and China Soul.

Graffiti Classics, who will play on Saturday from 12pm till 2pm, are a cabaret band made up of Cathal O Duill, Ruth Elder, Emma Blanco and Stephen Kennedy.

Founded in 1997 by Cathal, who realised while street-performing in London's Covent Garden that classical music could be made fun for anyone through interaction and comedy. Since then, Graffiti has developed its show as a unique and refreshing alternative to the stuffy and elitist perception of classical music by making it fun and accessible for everyone, whatever their age or musical inclination!

Graffiti Classics has a large international following, having performed regularly across the globe. It is the versatility in their show which provides the ideal entertainment at a huge variety of events. 

On Sunday, also from 12pm till 2pm, there’s a different sort of fun filled entertainment when singer China Soul hits the microphone with her special blend of folk-rock that draws on Bob Dylan, Ray Charles and Tracy Chapman.

China, daughter of actor David Soul of Starsky and Hutch fame, moved to London in 2007, and has since built an outstanding live reputation and appearances on the Jools Holland and Dermot O'Leary BBC Radio Two shows have cemented her reputation as a real name to look out for.

ook out for Santa Claus roaming around and finding out what young shoppers want for Christmas, plus a free hourly tombola at midday, 1pm, 2pm and 3pm, free mince pies and balloons.

The Christmas season at Kings Mall kicked off with a special appearance by Peppa Pig and her brother George. You can see lots of pictures of the pink piggy superstars meeting their fans on HammersmithLondon's website.

 

December 16, 2011