Welcome to our monthly flamenco night featuring a varied line-up of some of London’s finest musicians, singers and dancers.
Born in Cartagena (Murcia), Araceli has studied classical ballet and contemporary dance but her passion is firmly in Flamenco.
Monica García became passionately involved in flamenco at an early age, growing up in “Frailes” a small village at the south of the town of Jaen and really close to Granada, where the best olive oil in the world and the Andalusian zephyr from their mountains nurtured her voice.
Mónica was a prominent student at “Locura Flamenca” academy, later becoming involved in traditional and modern dance and music groups, that’s how, albeit her young age, this soulful singer will surprise and delight flamenco aficionados and neophytes alike.
Adrián Solá (Barcelona 1982) trained as a flamenco guitarist and studied music theory and flute at the School of modern music in Badalona. He furthered his development attending master classes with guitar virtuosos Zsolt Hernandi and Rafael Canizares.
Since moving to the U.K he has become a much sought-after accompanist, working regularly with established London based flamenco dancers and singers.
In an ensemble or as a soloist Adrián is a versatile and adaptable musician, he plays flamenco master pieces as well as his own compositions with gusto. He has exceptional stage presence and a capacity to blend musical styles, ensuring a consistent production of high quality performances.
Carolina Esteves (Host)
Born into a Spanish family in Buenos Aires, Carolina started her dance studies at a young age when she attended classes at her local dance school. She studied ballet, drama, contemporary dance and tango until finally moved to Madrid for five years to pursue intensive studies with some of the great names of flamenco.
Carolina has an extensive background in all aspects of dance, from traditional tablao flamenco to contemporary dance and street experimental flamenco. In Madrid, as well as working on various physical theatre projects, Carolina performed regularly with the flamenco fusion band ‘Siete a contra’ who made a great impact on the local flamenco scene of the late 1990s.
She moved back to London in 2003 where she is now teaching and performing regularly in London with: ‘Sumaya Flamenco’at London tablaos and music venues (Viva Viva, The Ritzy, The Cross Kings)theatres (The Cut, Norwich Playhouse, The Lost Thatre) festivals (Glastonbury, Global Local, Future Cinema) and Peñas Flamencas.
***Terms & Conditions: Advance tickets (whether bought online or in person at the venue) are non-refundable, except in the case of a show being cancelled. If you have purchased tickets in advance and cannot attend a show you can transfer the tickets to someone else by informing us in advance via email. Please be aware that there’s only one entrance to the venue and there are 20 stairs and no lift. We also have a no pets policy in the venue (sorry furry friends) and the venue is strictly over 18s past 9pm. Sub Zero has its own simplified bar snacks menu, so if you’d like something a bit more substantial you might want to book a table in our bar before your show starts. Wearing masks whilst not seated it advised, please do not attend if you or any of your household have Covid-19 symptoms or have recently tested positive.***