We’re christening our re-vamped bar, and hopefully our new balcony too so we’ve invited The Invisible Orchestra to join us to party in style!

The Invisible Orchestra is a 16-piece ensemble combining soul, Latin, deep funk, jazz and big band with huge orchestral sweeps, Afrobeat, Arabic punk, hip-hop and brass-heavy dance music to create a vibrant, energetic and exhilarating tour de force which defies categorisation.

The band’s electrifying live shows have included collaborations with guest vocalists and musicians who have played and recorded with acts like The Specials, Amy Winehouse, Mark Ronson, Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry’ and Jamiroquai to name a few, performing alongside a talented and diverse set of core musicians who’ve toured throughout the world. With shows known to include up to 32 musicians at a time, The Invisible Orchestra is a unique and ever-evolving spectacle that’s not to be missed.

Stack 4 DJs ViBe and Habitual Sound will be bringing a back 2 back set of electro-swing floor fillers before and after the band to keep the place moving!

First 30 earlybird tickets just £8, advance tickets £10, any remaining on the door £12.

Online ticket sales for this event are closed.

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