A fella once said, “All you need to make a speakeasy is two bottles and a room”.
We’ve got a little more than that…
Marvel at the beautiful décor, sweeping staircases and sparkling chandeliers.
Charge your glasses, roll the dice and enjoy the show.
Food and drink available from 7pm
Dress code: 1930’s glam
Troxy, 490 Commercial Road, London E1 0HX
Afterparty until midnight
She runs the joint with an iron fist.
The authorities know her as Gilda Gray, but (and this is just between us friends) Elliotte Williams N’Dure is also a London-based
singer whose theatre credits include SYLVIA (Old Vic/ZooNation), ZooNation’s Some Like It Hip Hop (The Peacock); Mad Hatter’s
Tea Party (Royal Opera House/The Roundhouse); Unplugged and Sampled (Sadler’s Wells).
We call her ‘GG’.
If we hear sirens, the lights go out.
When the lights go out, be sure to be ‘oh so quiet’.
And remember folks, always ‘speak easy’.
Forget the rest, these guys are the best.
More than 800 singers make up the exciting ensemble, Some Voices. The choir wows the crowds on some of the biggest stages in
London. The Copper Box, KOKO, The Southbank Centre, Oval Space, The Coronet, The Rivoli Ballroom and The Troxy have seen
the group attract audiences in their thousands.
The best eats in the East
Fuel up at award-winning Anna-Mae’s. London’s original purveyor of pimped-up mac ‘n’ cheese is setting up shop at the Troxy.
The hottest players in town.
Ed Carlile - Drums (Florence & The Machine, Mika, Huey Lewis & The News)
Joe Stoddart – Bass (Izzy Bizu, BBC Friday is Music Night)
George Philips - Sax / Clarinet (All Saints)
Will Rixon - Trumpet (All Saints)
Tom White - Trombone (All Saints)
Curtis Stansfield - Piano / Guitar (Paolo Nutini, Mika, Nicole Scherzinger)
Fix up, look sharp.
Wanna join GG’s gang? You’ll have to look the part. Head down to the Rock My Vintage department store for the latest frocks and frills, and take advantage of our super secret discount code Voice15 - only available until 10 December.
All the guys out there - take inspiration from our catalogue of masculine styles.
Earlier this year Some Voices tragically lost a member and friend of our community to a very rare but very serious mental health
condition. Every term we support a carefully selected charity, and this term we are proudly supporting ‘Action on Postpartum
Psychosis’ who offer vital support for families affected by the illness, as well as fund life-changing research and training. To find out
more about APP visit www.app-network.org
As part of our fundraising, we work with artist (and choir member) Sunnie Newby and Ninety-Five Prints to produce bespoke commissioned artwork with represents the theme of each of our gigs. All proceeds go to our chosen charity, of which past partners include Help Refugees, Lost Chord, Dress for Success, Choir With No Name and The Topé Project amongst others.
These oh so cool prints are available to purchase on our performance nights.