Rock Against Racism
Fri 27 Nov, doors open 8:30pm
Free performance, RSVP recommended
An intimate performance with Roundhouse resident artist Pocketclub, who will be reimagining the themes of Syd Shelton’s work from the Rock Against Racism exhibition. A contemporary live music performance of new and existing material by the BBC introducing trio.
Pocketclub are a Camden based trio and Roundhouse resident artist who, played alongside, Clean Bandit and Kaiser Chiefs, before releasing their debut EP ‘Homesick’ in early 2015.
Produced by Joe Fields (The Mystery Jets, Amy Macdonald, Paul McCartney) and released in conjunction with a sold-out headline show at the Roundhouse, ‘Homesick’ has also been featured on BBC 6 Music and numerous London radio stations.
Part of the exhibition
RSVP recommended. Entry is not guaranteed due to capacity - arrive early to avoid disappointment.
RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org
P: 0207 749 1240
Rivington Place is fully accessible. Disabled parking bays are available, please call in advance to reserve.