Some Voices presents S.O.S.

S.O.S. - The Ultimate End of the World Party

When: 20th April 2018
Where: Copper Box Arena, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London, E20 3HB

800 Super-singing-heroes here to Save Our Souls in the ‘Box that Rocks’.
It’s the new millennium, we’ve sunk into a deep winter of cybernation and only Some Voices can Save Our Souls – one song at a time.

This April Some Voices invites you to their digital rebellion. It’s time to Party Like It’s 1999, spiral in vinyl not the virtual and leave the Mad World behind.

Following on from the success of sell-out shows Romeo and Juliet at The Troxy, and Studio 54 at Printworks, Some Voices return to rock the Copperbox Arena with an 800 strong choir and live band.

This fully immersive night invites you to leave your phone at home and question our rapidly advancing tech tendencies… Has automation replaced affection?

The Copperbox Arena, otherwise known as ‘The Box that Rocks’ due to its raucous atmosphere during the London 2012 Olympic Games, will host rebel singers and party-goers for one night only to present the ultimate end of the world party.

In London’s third largest arena, Some Voices will catapult you into a dystopian world, only to be saved by a soundtrack of hits from the last 40 years, including PRINCE, DAVID BOWIE, RADIOHEAD, MGMT and BJÖRK.

With 800 singing souls and live band armed with a Bowie 7″ and plenty of Purple Rain, this night is guaranteed to save your soul.

So leave your phone at home, dress to kill with colour and join us at the Copper Box Arena, Friday 20th April 2018.

Some Voices: choir without the boring bits.


Photo Credit: Carol Moir //

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