Posted on February 9, 2012 by Alison Fraser
We’re excited to announce one of two headline shows coming to E4 Udderbelly Festival at Southbank Centre in 2012.
The Vocal Orchestra, created by Shlomo, is a spine-tingling hour of incredible musical entertainment. A celebration of everyone’s favourite tunes using seven mouths, seven mics and no instruments!
Combining jaw dropping human beatboxing, glorious vocal harmonies and floor wobbling basslines, The Vocal Orchestra is a breathtakingly original show, written and created by internationally acclaimed beatboxer Shlomo, and performed by a company of the world’s most exciting beatboxing superstars.
This uplifting mash-up of intricate group beatbox routines and roof-raising interpretations of all-time classics will leave you whooping, clapping and dancing all the way home.
Check out this taster of what to expect…
Catch The Vocal Orchestra, created by Shlomo, at E4 Udderbelly Festival at Southbank Centre from Monday 9 April 2012. Get tickets here.
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Posted on February 3, 2012 by Alison Fraser
photo: James Penlidis
We are making the remaining 150 tickets for Tim Minchin’s exclusive show available to purchase next week. The buzz about this show has been monumental. And we’re keen to make sure that tickets are purchased by true fans and not touts. With that in mind, we are launching a ticket ballot for the remaining tickets.
You can apply to purchase up to 2 TICKETS for Tim Minchin’s performance on Sunday 8 July. You’ll need to agree to some terms and conditions to enter the ballot. And you can’t re-sell any tickets – they’re only collectable on the night with the card you paid with. The ballot is now open and closes at 5pm on Wednesday 7 February.
ENTER THE BALLOT HERE
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