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Kosheen Live Show at The Penny Theatre. (Final Release Tickets)
Kosheen, one of the UK’s booming live electronic music showstoppers, broke into prominence with their debut hit ‘Hide U‘ off their debut album in 2001, the platinum selling ‘Resist’, following by crossover hits ‘Catch‘, ‘Hungry‘ and ‘All In My Head‘. Kosheen successfully placed two UK Top Ten albums, topped the UK and European music charts and won lots of awards with their unique blend of breakbeat rhythms of drum’n’bass to more traditional songcraft, a side of the band embodied by singer and songwriter Sian Evans. The band, with Sian at the helm, garnered 5 studio albums and earned themselves the reputation of being one of the most iconic performing bands of their time. During nearly two decades relentless writing and performing with Kosheen, the band’s passionate frontwoman, Sian Evans, made a name for herself as a songwriter and a featured vocalist. She has collaborated with many top level producers such as Dj Fresh, Roger Shah, Dino Psaras, Kid Crème, Chicane, Jody Wisternoff, Stanton Warriors to name only a few.
Following the Kosheen’s breakup in 2016, Sian Evans undertook the journey to channel her energy into recording her debut album, alongside innovating the Kosheen live show and unveiling a new perspective, passion and depth to Kosheen’s music.
Sian’s live performances have always been brandished by her unique ability to resonate every lyric in the hearts of each and every member of the audience with ﬂawless vocals, charismatic charm, and boundless enthusiasm. Her shows have been well received in Europe, Asia, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, and countless UK and European festivals.
The live show presents the iconic songs and hits from throughout Kosheen career alongside Sian’s solo songs, such as her number 1 smash hit ‘Louder‘ and she promises to dig deep into the Kosheen song-vault for surprises for her loyal longtime fans.
Sian’s passionate and emotionally charged shows remaining a force that continues to materialize in dazzling and powerful performances all over the world.
Clusters of Eyes
Two brothers versus the machines. Clusters of Eyes debuted at Smugglers Festival 2018 and have since been inhabiting coastal Kent's subterranean network of tunnels, honing their set of gritty electronica and robot-rock. Throbbing damaged synth lines meet live bass guitar and drums.
Entry £17 in advance £20 on the door.