Wed 18th OctMusic, On Stage
All-female group Deep Throat Choir and the fun-loving Some Voices
Innovative all-female vocal group Deep Throat Choir have become a serious concern by stealth, receiving acclaim for their debut album "Be OK" and continuing to tour their extraordinary takes on songs by Bjork and Sade. Initially a five-strong outfit led by founder Luisa Gerstein, the group, with a drummer in tow, are a formidable bunch and serial collaborators, having worked with Stealing Sheep and Horsemeat Disco. They will be joined by the fun-loving Some Voices project, which looks to give people the opportunity to sing in a group without auditions or formal training - a self-styled choir "without the boring bits".
Deep Throat Choir
After last year's series at Battersea Arts Centre, GOAT Music's Borderless takes its vibrant live music event from south London to east, assembling another batch of excellent artists and emerging talent to take to the stage. Nothing could be more fitting for this part of town, as Stratford steadily establishes its own cultural foothold in London, an inviting, artistic hub for all to enjoy.
On the collaboration with Goat Music, Theatre Royal Stratford East's Artistic Director Kerry Michael commented "Borderless promises to be a great festival of quality music from some amazing talent. We're really excited that we've managed to work together to fill our theatre with an impressive line up."
Borderless at Theatre Royal Stratford East is kindly supported by Molson Coors