Fever presents a special showcase of up’n’coming talent from the worlds of music and comedy.
Taking over the legendary Prince of Wales in Brixton comes a seven-strong smorgasbord of promising new acts, perfect for culture vultures who’d like to boast they’ve really heard of these guys first. It’s all part of Fever’s platform to support the most exciting new artists in town. (And if you think you’ve got what it takes, apply here!)
On Thursday, March 28, this exciting event will see three musical performers join four comedians for a chilled-out evening of emerging talent. Alongside some serious entertainment, you’ll also get a free drink (wine, beer, or a soft drink) – tickets are on sale now, and here’s who you’ll be seeing.
Wednesday’s Wolves boast a cracking band name, and a great sound to boot. An indie-folk duo from Oxfordshire (via Sri Lanka), Chrissy Renker and Ysabelle Durant’s melancholy, evocative sound has been compared to the likes of Sufjan Stevens and Bon Iver.
The multi-talented guitarist, vocalist, and producer draws his influences from the likes of Bonobo and John Mayer. You’ll be entranced by Nicholas Patrick‘s set, filled with soul-tinged mellow original songs.
Deeply influenced by storytelling and folk traditions, indie-folk trio Sincere Deceivers have made it all the way to BBC Radio 6. Fresh off the release of latest single ‘Hot Handed’, they’re riding a wave of praise to Brixton this month.
Your talented host for the evening is Preet Singh, a bouncer-turned-comedian with a natural stage presence. He’ll offer witty insights about growing up as a second-generation immigrant as part of his interactive and highly unapologetic set.
‘Mr Lorraine’ is all set to take you on a journey of what it’s like to be a female comedian with ‘a man’s voice’. Expect several WTF moments as Lorraine Chademunhu walks you through the ridiculous situations she’s had to deal with.
Australian comic Daniel Muggleton boasts a sense of humour blunter than a hammer, and throws out punchlines with the casual air of one taking an afternoon stroll. Don’t miss your chance to catch him!
Host of the Dalston Comedy Club, and a regular at the Leicester Square Comedy Store, Michael Eldridge is a comedian worth keeping your eye on.
Don’t miss out on these lot: get your tickets quick!
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