The Cinema Museum, London

Home From Home: A Jazz Benefit for Doctors of the World

Sat 20 May 2017 @ 19:30 · Events

South London Jazz OrchestraDoctors of the World is an independent humanitarian movement working at home and abroad to empower excluded people to access healthcare. Through 400 programmes in 80 countries run by more than 3,000 volunteers they provide medical care, strengthen health systems and address underlying barriers to healthcare.

Sion James

Sion James

The South London Jazz Orchestra presents two live jazz nights to raise money for their vital work. At the first event (18 May) there will be a short performance from a quartet drawn from the ranks of SLJO, a screening of the film Pete Kellys Blues (1955), and a discussion about Hollywood. The second event (20 May) will include a longer performance from the orchestra, comedy from Sion James (Clapham Comedy Club) and guests, and a Q&A session with a Doctors of the World volunteer about the frontlines of the refugee crisis.

Last year’s event was a sell-out! Please book early to avoid disappointment.

Doors open at 18.30, for a 19:30 start.

Refreshments will be available in our licensed cafe/bar.


Tickets are £6.41 to £22.07. Limited earlybird tickets for both nights are available.
Tickets are available on Eventbrite.
South London Jazz Orchestra