We're very excited and honoured to be joined by Larry Gurruwiwi and his brothers Vernon and Jason, who form the Malawurr band from North East Arnhem Land, Australia as a very special guests at our weekly jazz jam on Wednesday 24 July.
Malawurr perform ancient Galpu clan songlines (Manikay) and dance ceremonies (Bunggul) carrying thousands of years of stories, tradition and vital knowledge that is deeply connected to the sacred land they live on.
“Malawurr” is another name for the Galpu clan family.
Join Grow's house band: Boris Latinov on guitar, Jamie Murray on drums, Rio Kai on double bass and special guests on sax for this intimate jazz jam with 2 sets and DJ Jazzintime spinning vinyl in between.
These musicians bring you a fresh and energetic approach to mainly a hardbop jazz repertoire with jazz classics and their own compositions. And for those musicians out there, you can join them on stage to jam.
From the bar, we have speakeasy cocktails, craft and organic drinks. In the kitchen, we’re thrilled to introduce our new canal side kitchen partners
Food is provided by Slow Fire London. Middle Eastern influenced dishes made with the best of British produce. Featuring an abundance of vegan and vegetarian options.
About Grow, Hackney
Carved out of an old sausage factory, Grow has been transformed into an independent canal side bar, kitchen and creative space. It was built, and is run by a small team. We operate as a ethical and sustainable business and rely on the creative sharing economy of Hackney Wick and the surrounding area. We partner with artists, musicians, DJ's and community groups to and hold as many free events as we can. We have a range of craft and organic drinks at the bar and the kitchen serve a seasonal menu freshly prepared in the canalside kitchen. More at www.GrowHackney.co.uk
Find us at Grow, 98C Main Yard, Wallis Road, Hackney Wick, E9 5LN. Just two minutes walk from Hackney Wick Overground and 15 mins walk from Stratford.