Admissions is a weekly event curated to support and uplift emerging, underground and even student musicians. With free entry for students and cheap deals it's a great spot to network with various people as well as showcase any current projects you're working on.
Fox & Firkin is located in the heart of Lewisham and is a home for live underground music, bringing a stellar cast of live acts, with an eclectic variety of sounds. Punk, rave, reggae, ska, swing, bedroom pop and everything in between.
RnB Pop Princess of Liverpool Tabitha Jade, multi award winning emerging songstress has established herself as one of the cities most exciting prospects for MOBO. Graduate of LIMF and supported by BBC Introducing Merseyside; 1Xtra, Kiss FM, MOBO, PRS, and GIR the artist has seen her work recognised by a plethora of platforms throughout the UK.
Her single SECRET won over Capital Xtra & ISAWITFIRST as part of a National Search to find UK’s Best Emerging Female Artists. Live with her band she opened the main stage at Manchester Pride supporting Rita Ora, Alexandra Burke and Sigala.
Born and raised in Brighton, soaking up the music scene, INES started her music career playing venues around the town and playing The Alternate Escape in 2015, as well as Latitude Festival the same year. She now is immersed in the London music scene, working in the industry at a record label and with a monthly LGBTQ radio show on Islington Radio as well as co organising queer off. Taking inspiration from powerhouse artists such as London Grammar, Haim, Marika Hackman, Muna and mannyyy more, she has released two singles this summer 'To Love Her' and '7 Days'.
Lionhaire is a British singer-songwriter born in U.K. but spending her childhood in Paris. Moving back to England at 16 to attend Hereford College of Arts, graduating to Cheltenham University, studying until the pandemic hit in 2020.
Growing up between the two countries has had an influence on her music, as she flips casually between the languages to tell her story. Now back in the U.K. based between London & out on her family farm in Whitbourne. You’ll find Lionhaire on stage in the big city or huddled up in her caravan writing her feelings with her guitar. A gifted guitar player, she's added her smooth vocals which carry echoes of Lauryn Hill. A self-taught instrumentalist she adds drums, keys & the bass to her resume as a musician.
2021 is here & she's finally ready to start putting her music out to the world. Hold on to your hearts!
Casey Tufnell describes themselves as gender fluid and genre fluid. Taking inspiration from different genres such as folk, singer/songwriter, soul and jazz they don’t feel the pressure to label themselves with one particular genre. When they perform live they usually ask the audience for random words and make a song on the spot. Tufnell was a runner up for Fred Perry Subculture X Nicholas Daley award and during lockdown they wrote an #EPaweek for 3 months. Casey Tufnell also co-organises a monthly LGBTQ+ night, Queer Off.
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£3 tickets otherwise
A drink and a pizza for £10 (vegan option available)
If you'd like to perform at a future Admissions event please email email@example.com with your EPK.