Shlomo, courtesy Southbank Centre
If you’re looking for a Hallowe’en treat this Sunday which doesn’t involve getting tricked out, SouthBank Centre Artist In Residence and ace beatboxer Shlomo will demonstrating his considerable percussive skills. Like some politicians, you won't believe what comes out of this man's mouth. This show is part of his Music Through Unconditional Means series at the Queen Elizabeth Hall which over the last three years has roped in the likes of DJ Yoda, Mad Professor and Martha Wainwright, and has been seen at several festivals including Bestival and Glastonbury. This time out, we'll see Shlomo joined by female UK beatboxing champion Bellatrix, children’s teacher and hip hop poet Charlie Dark, Brummie wordsmith Polarbear and Radio 4 Poetry Slam winner Dizraeli with his Small Gods.
The show kicks off at 7:30pm, tickets are £15 and they can be purchased from the box office.
Last Updated 29 October 2010