Trinity Buoy Wharf Live 2020: Ms Maurice (Sheila Maurice-Grey Quintet)

08 April 2020 - 08 April 2020

6pm- 10pm

Trinity Buoy Wharf, The Electrician's Shop Gallery



Following the Government’s advice that all non-essential travel and socialising should stop to help contain the spread of the Coronavirus, we have made a decision to postpone "Trinity Buoy Wharf Live: Ms Maurice" to Autumn this year, subject to artist's availability. Exact date will be announced in due course. 


"Trinity Buoy Wharf Live!" presents Jazz Wednesdays featuring Ms Maurice (Sheila Maurice-Grey Quintet) 

Ms Maurice, also known as Sheila Maurice-Grey, is a London-based trumpeter, vocalist and visual artist. 

Ms Maurice brings her melange of influences from organic grooves infused with 70’s jazz and a touch of West African sonic seasoning. These sounds are heavily influenced by her London upbringing.

Central to Ms Maurice's music is her visual art practice where she aims to question her 'identity' as well as what it means 'to misrepresent vs to be misrepresented.' Her art provocatively explores the notion of ‘blackness’ and the hyper sexualisation of the black female body throughout history since the early 1800’s. In particular she is interested in the visual history and facts known about ‘Blackface Minstrelsy’ and ‘The Hottentot Venus - Sarah Bartmann.’

Ms Maurice is also bandleader of KOKOROKO and plays with jazz septet Nérija, who were nominated for Jazz FM Breakthrough Act 2016 and Parliamentary Jazz Newcomer of Year 2017 winner. She has performed with the likes of SOLANGE, KANO on the ‘Jool’s Holland Show’ and ‘The Mercury Prize 2016,’ and features on Little SIMZ’s album ‘Stillness in Wonderland.’


  • 6pm: Venue and bar open
  • 7pm: Set 1
  • 8pm- 8.30pm: Interval
  • 8.30pm- 9.30pm Set 2
  • 10pm: Event ends


BAR: The Electrician's Shop bar will be open from 6pm- 10pm

FOOD: Trinity Buoy Wharf's Orchard Cafe will operate a take away service, taking orders at the bar between 6pm- 7.30pm. Orders will be delivered to your table during the interval.



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