- Mike King Collective
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
The Mike King Collective (MKC) is an innovative London based soul, jazz, gospel and R&B vocal group whose energy, rich harmonies and uplifting performances are already making an impact on audiences in the UK.
MKC has recorded for the BBC, performed live on Channel 4, debuted on the West End stage and worked with some of the music industry’s biggest names including Mark Ronson, Florence + the Machine, Lily Allen and GRAMMY® world music artist Angelique Kidjo.
The quality of MKC’s performance is reflected in the audiences they have been asked to entertain. Guests have included dignitaries such as the Prime Minister of Barbados, the Chair and Trustees of the Royal Festival Hall, celebrities at the British Dyslexia Awards and Premiership footballers at the PFA Awards.
MKC’s versatile repertoire includes original arrangements of songs from artists such as Beyoncé, Bob Marley, Rihanna, Stevie Wonder, Emeli Sande and John Legend as well as traditional gospel and jazz classics.
MKC are available for live performances, recording sessions, masterclasses, corporate events and private functions. Contact us for more information.
The Mike King Collective are committed to making a difference to local communities and supporting charities around the world. They have raised money and performed at events for organisations such as Stand Up To Cancer, the Terrence Higgins Trust, Arms Around The Child, St. Christopher’s Hospice and WaterAid.
Tickets for this concert are £18 in advance/£23 on the door.
Venue Phone: 01474 814332
Venue Website: https://www.achurchnearyou.com/cobham/Address:
This Grade I listed church, which dates from the mid 13th Century, overlooks the street in the centre of our village. The medieval architecture provides a spectacular backdrop to our musical events. The chancel contains an internationally famous collection of medieval brasses commemorating the de Cobham family. The church is open daily during daylight hours and is well worth a visit in its own right together with the adjacent medieval College which was built by the de Cobham for the priests, who were appointed to say masses for the family members buried in the church.