HOLLYWOOD HITS at The Grand
London’s coolest choir are rolling out the red carpet to bring a whole lot of Hollywood grandeur to South West London’s hoppin’ historical party venue, The Grand.
Hollywood Hits celebrates some of the most loved soundtracks and iconic moments in film performed live by a 300 strong choir and band.
Twist the night away to your Tarantino favourites and be a part of the Greatest Show. You’re invited to party like A listers at the Oscars and get in on the action at our raucous aftershow.
Get papped on the red carpet and step into Saturday Night Fever as Some Voices bring to life timeless cinema scenes and sounds.
Doors : 7pm - midnight
Dress for the papVenue: The Grand, 21-25 St John's Hill, London SW11 1TT (opposite Clapham Junction Station)
Age restrictions: Midweek age 14+, Friday - Saturday age 18+
Seated, standing and accessible seating available
EARLY BIRD TICKET OFFER
Standing tickets from £16 (+ booking fee)
Seated tickets from £17 (+ booking fee)
Waterloo Wednesday presents ‘THE NINETIES’
Pure popilicious delights from Some Voices smaller but perfectly formed sister choir, Waterloo Wednesday invites you to an evening of music from those heady, double-denim, waistcoated days.
Get En Vogue, seal it with a kiss and don't forget to mmm bop your way through the night - welcome to the Nineties.
WHERE The White Post Cafe.
Schwartz Wharf, 92 White Post Lane, E9 5EN
WHEN Thursday 18th April 2019
Doors: 19:30 - access to the bar
Expect a night filled with the best Pop, Indie, Brit-pop RnB and Rock from the best decade ever (say those crazy 90’s kids) featuring music by Radiohead, All Saints, Verve, Alanis Morissette, Backstreet Boys and more.
Tickets £9 (including booking fee) Please be aware that tickets will be available on the door at the cost of £11 per person. Although you can still book your tickets online right up to the event for the original price of £9.
Seated, standing and accessible seating available. For access enquires or to arrange free carer tickets for Hollywood Hits please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7223 6523. For The Nineties, please contact the Some Voices team