Xmas Tech House
Having been released on big labels, as well as supported in festivals and clubs this line up will be bringing some incredible Tech House, Vocal House and Bass House DJ performances!
FREE ENTRY ALL NIGHT9pm-3am Free entry all night
18+ Table Bookings
Empathy Test Album Launch
Empathy Test, the London electronic/synth pop duo featuring Isaac Howlett and Adam Relf, are finally ready to release not one, but two debut albums. Join them on 25th November 2017 to celebrate the release of Losing Touch and Safe From Harm, at Zigfrid von Underbelly in Hoxton, London. The band will perform both albums in their entirety.
Support act is fellow London synth pop artist NINA!
Empathy Test press
“Tear-streaked New Wave featuring twinkling synth pads and drum machine hits so wet (from the crying, presumably) that they’d throw Phil Collins into a jealous rage.” – Carl Williott, Idolator
“Gorgeous, sumptuous future pop which arrives dripping in synthesised sounds, there are nods towards Depeche Mode here alongside 21st century producers such as Purity Ring.” – Robin Murray, Clash
“Like M83, Purity Ring and CHVRCHES, Empathy Test draw from pop and cinematic scores in equal measure and come up with a big dramatic sound that swoons ecstatically between the nostalgic and immediate.” – Mario Cotto, KCRW
“A set of songs lovers of 80s synth pop will be drooling over the minute the first verse has been heard. More Visage than Mode, more pop than dance and not a smudge of eyeliner in sight.” – Louder Than War7:30pm-11pm £10 advance
18+ Advance Tickets
London Tap Jam’s 11th Birthday Special
11th Birthday Special with Heather Cornell
This month we’re having a party and you’re all invited! London Tap Jam is celebrating its 11th birthday with help from a very special guest all the way from New York, the fantastic Heather Cornell!
And it’s the last jam of the year! So, you’ll want to get your London Tap Jam fix before the next jam in January!
Along with the usual 2 for 1 cocktail deal all night, there will be cake, party poppers, balloons and of course a great party vibe.
Come along and enjoy the hottest improvised tap dance and live music that London has to offer! If you’re looking for a unique and exciting night out with a friendly crowd then you won’t want to miss this. Bring your friends and be prepared to be wowed!
This month we are excited to have the fantastic Jess Murray hosting and he will be joined by our brilliant live band, The Michèle Drees Trio, along with tap dancers from across the country and beyond. Join in on taps, on an instrument/vocals or just sit back and enjoy an amazing night!
From 7.15pm, LTJ presents the Renegade Stage. This month the fantastic Annette Walker will be giving dancers new to improvisation some informal tips. Bring your tap shoes and join in. IT’S FREE!
At 8pm the jam starts, featuring improvised tap dance and live music. Musicians and tap dancers are welcome to play – just tell Melody what you want to dance to and musicians speak to our band leader Michele Drees.7pm-11pm £8 entry on the door
18+ Advance tickets and info.
Alive and Kicking Live
Alive and Kicking is a charity that makes footballs by creating ethical employment opportunities for more than 1,000 people in Ghana, Kenya and Zambia. They educate vulnerable young adults about HIV/AIDS and malaria using sports drills. They donate balls to schools, disadvantaged communities and youth teams around the world.
Join us for an evening across two of our floors in support of this charity!
Performing in Underbelly will be:
It’s all about footballs and you will be able to buy one on the night – you can make a real difference and cross off a present from your Christmas shopping list!
£5 entry goes to the charity and will be doubled as part of The Big Give Christmas Challenge with all proceeds going to Alive and Kicking’s health education projects in Ghana.
Additional donations will be gratefully received & doubled by The Big Five – 50 first who donate at least £5 receive a voucher for a tank fresh Budweiser Budvar.
7pm / £5 OTD
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