CON­CERTS: POP, JAZZ & WORLD

Where London - - Entertainment - Cado­gan Hall

8 Apr: Flashback – A Trib­ute to Hindi Cin­ema. An evening of Bol­ly­wood hits from the 1960s on­wards by Ke­tan Kansara and the RG Academy Orches­tra fea­tur­ing sound­tracks from Hindi film legends. 22 Apr: St Ge­orge’s Day Con­cert. Buck­ing­ham Palace’s Band of the Cold­stream Guards join Alexan­der Arm­strong, Mark Tem­ple­ton and the Com­mon­wealth Chil­dren’s Choir. 22 Apr: The Golden Age of Bri­tish Big Bands. Bri­tish jazz. 28 Apr: Totó la Mom­posina y sus Tam­bores. A rare Lon­don per­for­mance by the leg­endary Colom­bian singer. 29 Apr: Elkie Brooks – Live in Con­cert. Please check for times and prices. www.cado­gan­hall.com. 5 Sloane Ter­race, SW1X 9DQ. T: 020-7730 4500. F6. Sta­tion: Sloane Square.

The Jazz Café

This live mu­sic and club spe­cialises in jazz and funk. 1 Apr: House Gospel Choir. 4-5 Apr: Mu­latu As­tatke. The fa­ther of Ethio-Jazz Mu­latu As­tatke per­forms with his band. Please check for times and prices. www.the­jaz­zcafelon­don.com. 5 Park­way, NW1 7PG. T: 0844-847 2514. Off map. Sta­tion: Cam­den Town.

The O2

Enor­mous venue for live mu­sic. 1 Apr: Olly Murs. Pop. 18-22 Apr: Bruno Mars (p. 7). The star per­forms as part of his 24K Magic World Tour. Check for times and prices. www.theo2.co.uk. The O2, Penin­sula Square, SE10 0AX. T: 0844-856 0202. Off map. Sta­tion: North Green­wich.

Ron­nie Scott’s Jazz Club

Lon­don’s most fa­mous jazz venue. 4-6 Apr: John May­all. Blues from the Bri­tish star. 10-11 Apr: Benny Gol­son Quar­ter. 19-21 Apr: Eliane Elias. Check for times and prices. www.ron­ni­escotts.co.uk. 47 Frith St, W1D 4HT. T: 020-7439 0747. D7. Sta­tion: Tot­ten­ham Court Road.

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