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Classical and candlelit at the famous Bermondsey’s Biscuit Factory cultural hub, Shortwave Cafe with Shortwave Nights. The cafe is a short distance from Bermondsey undergroun and it is fully licensed to serve both alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks as well as pizzas. Tickets are £10

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Tuned In London present Shortwave Nights, Tickets £10

Shortwave Cafe
Unit H05, The Biscuit Factory, 100 Clements Road
Bermondsey, SE16 4DG


PHILIPPA MO: Fantasia, Partita and Caprice

Tue 30th Jan, music from 7.45pm, Shortwave Cafe

Philippa brings together a stunning solo violin programme ranging from the Baroque serenity of Biber, Telemann and Bach to the flamboyant sonata by Lebanese composer Naji Hakim and she will also be joined tonight by the composers Errollyn Wallen and Wendy Hiscocks who introduce their pieces, both inspired to some degree by the aspiration of flight…

  ‘Philippa Mo’s website  ‘Errollyn Wallen’s website  Wendy Hiscock’s website



Tue 27th Feb, music from 7.45pm, Shortwave Cafe

Martin Fogel is one of the most prominent guitarists to emerge from Sweden in recent years; he has received great critical acclaim for his artistry. He brings together an evening of virtuosic and romantic solo guitar music featuring Agua e Vihno by Gismonti and the ubercool African-inspired Benga Beat by Gary Ryan and is joined by Philippa Mo on violin for the sizzling Histoire du Tango by Piazzolla. ‘a Swedish genius’ CD Journal, Japan, ‘exudes easy charm’ Classical Music, UK, ‘sheer magic’ Classical Guitar Magazine, UK.

  Martin Fogel’s website  Gary Ryan’s website


Tue 27th Mar, music from 7.45pm, Shortwave Cafe

Philippa returns with the second programme exploring the Solo Sonatas and Partitas by Bach framed by the fantasias of Telemann. We also hear includes a work written for Philippa and commissioned by Tate St Ives by the young composer Leo Geyer and the electronic ambient The Blue Girls have All Gone Away by Colin Riley for violin and delay pedal.

  Philippa Mo’s website  Leo Geyer’s website  Colin Riley’s website


Tue 24th Apr, music from 7.45pm, Shortwave Cafe

In 2016 Timothy was the first ever British winner of the Lionel Tertis International Viola Competition and was selected for representation by Young Classical Artists Trust (YCAT). Timothy brings the full beauty and power of the viola into play with his programme of Bach, Hindmith and Rubbra and the British composer Paul Patterson’s work Tides of Mananan. ‘technical perfection and beautifully warm and soft tone…his playing was also full of drama and brooding temper. The Strad Magazine

  Timothy Ridout’s website  Ronni Kot Wenzell’s website


Tue 29th May, music from 7.45pm, Shortwave Cafe


  Ronni Kot Wenzell’s website


Tue 26th Jun, music from 7.45pm, Shortwave Cafe

Marimba and vibraphone.

  Ronni Kot Wenzell’s website



About Shortwave Cafe

Shortwave Café is an art and events venue in Bermondsey’s busiest business complex where you can relax with colleagues over coffee and cake, catch up with friends for drinks after work, or check out the current art exhibition. The café is spacious and bright, with natural light provided by the same skylights that allowed the workers in the old Peek Frean’s factory to produce the Bourbons, Garibaldis, Custard Creams and Twiglets, whose aromas wafted out into the surrounding streets and homes. Join for coffee and cake, cocktails, wines or cold beers from local brewers while you lounge in comfortable chairs, or take in the latest art show.

Free WiFi is available. Free parking after 6.30pm and all day on Saturday. Shortwave Cafe is closed on Sundays

  www.shortwavecafe.co.uk  @ShortwaveCafe  ShortwaveCafe



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