Some Voices presents California

When: 3rd and 4th September 2015

Where: St John, Hackney

On a whistle-stop tour of Baywatch to San Jose, just Dance to the Music and take in some California Love. From ‘60s flower power to ‘70s boogie; ‘80s hair rock to ‘90s hip-hop, let Some Voices sing the sunshine into your California Soul.

This September, Some Voices, London’s best-loved choir, returns to a stage near you with their latest show: CALIFORNIA.

The summer may be drawing to a close but God Only Knows there’s still time for some California Dreamin’. London’s hottest indie choir Some Voices will take you on a whistle-stop tour of Baywatch to San Jose this September and see out the summer in musical style. From ‘60s flower power to ‘70s boogie and ‘80s hair rock to ‘90s hip-hop, let Some Voices sing that last bit of sunshine into your California Soul.

Following their sold-out performances of Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo and Juliet at the Southbank Centre, and the mystical Sweet Dreams at Oval Space, Some Voices will take you on a musical trip of West Coast wonders.

Sit back and relax amid the beach balls and palm trees with a cocktail in hand, and let the sounds of some of your favourite power ballads wash over you.

From Snoop Dogg to The Beach Boys, No Doubt to Van Halen, all the tunes have been given the Some Voices treatment audiences have come to know and love.

Some Voices: Choir without the boring bits

 

3rd and 4th September, doors open at 7:30pm. 200 voices. Live Band. DJ and summer sounds.

Over 18s only. Tickets cost £15 in advance.

Some Voices

SOME VOICES started small in 2010, with seven chorus members meeting up to perform original arrangements of popular classics that range from Bowie to Bjork, from Stevie Wonder to Stevie Nicks, from Folk to Hip Hop, and everything in between - all with a Some Voices twist.

Eight years down the line, more than 800 singers are now part of the exciting ensemble that performs on some of the biggest stages in London. KOKO, The Southbank Centre, Oval Space, The Coronet, The Rivoli Ballroom and The Troxy have all seen the group attract audiences in their thousands