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. The fully immersive show invites the audience to leave their 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 for one night only to present the ultimate end of the world party.
In London’s third largest arena, SOME VOICES will transform the space and catapult party goers into a dystopian world where they’ll be saved by a soundtrack of hits from the last 40 years, including PRINCE, DAVID BOWIE, RADIOHEAD, MGMT and BJÖRK.
“Through our musical arrangements, our voices and a kick ass band, we will be causing a bit of mayhem and anarchy. Imagine Black Mirror but more fun, less doom - we'll party like it’s 1999.” - Laura Howe, Musical Director, Some Voices.