Exciting additions to Arts Club line-up

The Irrepressibles. Photo: Yael Fachler

We're thrilled to annnounce two very exciting additions to The nabokov Arts Club line-up...

Live music comes from 11-piece orchestral-opera-baroque-rock sensations The Irrepressibles and DJs The Correspondents take to the Arts Club decks to spin a 21st Century take on 1930s swing. 

The Irrepressibles combine complex and beautiful arrangements with stunning visuals to create a powerful live experience that challenges, and enthralls.

"An enchantingly theatrical pop extravaganza"
Sunday Times

"They create a huge wave of sound and O; this is one to be engulfed by..."
Buzz Magazine

Have a listen

DJ Chuckles and Mr Bruce are The Correspondents. This veteran duo play swing with a contemporary twist; the Big Band sound of the 20s and 30s is revamped for the 21st Century.

The Correspondents have pplayed at Bestival 2007/08, Trouble (Runners up in Radio 1's World Wide Awards for Best Club Night, London & Edinburgh), Shambala Festival 2007, Faversham (Leeds), Princes Trust Christmas Fundraiser, Chelsea Arts Club, Troubador (London), Woolfire 2007, Stanton Calling 2006, and many more.

Give 'em a listen here.

Oh, and in case you need reminding, the rest of the stellar Arts Club line-up is:

The World Premiere of Old Street by Patrick Marber
Thriller set in a car park after midnight

Crazy Love by Che Walker (with Paines Plough, in association with Oran Mor)
Rollercoaster urban love story

Scroobius Pip
Top 40 charting poetics

Simon Brodkin
Award winning comedy

Storytelling Brummie

Luke Wright
Compere and alternative poet laureate

Oh yeah. There will be a strictly limited  number of tickets on the door  as things stand, but if we keep selling like we are, there won't, so the only way to guarantee entry is to buy your tickets in advance from here. They're only a tenner. Which is bargainous, right?