Enjoy a Valentines Day Massacre

Celebrating the festival of love and romance in true twisted and theatrical style, The Irrepressibles present ‘Mirror Mirror’ as part of the St. Valentine's Day event on 14th February 2010 at the stunning Queen Elizabeth Hall on London’s Southbank. There will also be performances in the foyer from Cabaret artists, musicians and comedians Ryan Stiles, Jonny Woo, Empress Stah, Hooligan Night and Toy Toy. With Bourgeois and Maurice as main support in in the auditorium. Plus Broken Heart Djs.

Whether blissfully in love, bitterly scorned or looking for the one, this live performance spectacular promises to be visually and aurally captivating, with its conceptual set and teams of artists in film, dance, avant-garde costume and make-up. Bringing to life the music from their debut album ‘Mirror Mirror’ The Irrepressibles will take the audience on a thrilling and awe-inspiring journey, led by composer and artist Jamie McDermott.

‘Mirror Mirror’ was released on 11th January 2010 on Major Record Label through V2/Cooperative. Fusing European orchestration with pop melodies and soaring cathartic vocals, it is a theatrical, playful and passionate album. From the dramatic opener ‘My Friend Jo’ to the galloping rhythms of ‘Anvil’ and the yearning echoes of ‘Forget The Past’, ‘Mirror Mirror’ is a superbly constructed sonic exploration of McDermott's confessional stories. Love, anger, lust and loss signpost the journey through The Irrepressibles’ mystical and theatrical world.

Tickets are on sale. Expect the extraordinary...

The Irrepressibles 'Valentine's Day Massacre'
Sunday 14 February 2010, 7.30pm
Queen Elizabeth Hall
Southband Centre
London, SE1 8XX


Box office number: 0844 847 9910 Doors 7.30pm Tickets £15 adv + BF

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