It’s 1925, New York. With liquor on lockdown, Some Voices invite you to the coolest Speakeasy Bar in town… where just about anything goes.
This Christmas, ‘London’s coolest choir’ (Time Out) Some Voices invite you to get down in their festive grog shop as they return to the opulent Troxy Theatre (East London) with a brand new Christmas show, Seasonal Speakeasy.
A night filled to the 1930’s rafters with raucous arrangements, beats and brass like you’ve never heard before. Join a 500 strong choir, live band and party with flapper rappers, gangsters and molls in Art Deco splendour at the historic Troxy.
West End performer Elliotte Williams-N’Dure hosts this all singing all dancing evening, set to swing you into the spirit of the season with music from Amy Winehouse and Shirley Bassey to Plan B and Basement Jaxx… There might even be some Wham!
Dress code: 1930’s glitz and gangsters
“Mighty and fabulous!” BBC Radio 2