Some Voices, Swing!

Some Voices present Seasonal Speakeasy

This Christmas, London’s coolest choir 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 of hits like you’ve never

heard before. Featuring music from Amy Winehouse and Shirley Bassey to Plan B and

Basement Jaxx, Some Voices will swing into the spirit of the season with a live band and

500 strong choir.

Known for their epic gigs which often take place in some of London’s most unique

performance venues, Some Voices are one of London’s biggest choirs, made up of nearly

1,000 singers. Recently performing on BBC Radio 2’s Friday Night is Music Night, Some

Voices are described as “Mighty and Fabulous”.

“It’s about the joy of singing together as a community, but also reimagining great music,

that everyone can relate to, discover or remember” say Some Voices musical directors

Laura Howe and Curtis Stansfield.

As well as uniting choir members from all over London, Seasonal Speakeasy will also

feature emerging artists and performers to bring to life a brand new show inspired by the

era of the iconic venue. The Troxy Theatre built in 1933 as Englands largest cinema, boasts

beautifully restored decor of it’s day, the sweeping staircases and original chandeliers make

it the perfect setting for this all singing all dancing production.

“Mighty... Fabulous!” BBC

“The closest thing to being a rock star” The Guardian

“London’s coolest choir” Time Out

“Art Deco splendour” BBC on Troxy

• Some Voices presents Seasonal Speakeasy will run 10th - 12th December 2018

• Venue: Troxy, Troxy, 490 Commercial Road, London, E1 0HX

• Doors 7pm

• Tickets from £15.30 (+ booking fee)

• Open for booking:

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