“Arguably the biggest name on the UK hip-hop underground scene” The Guardian
The Coronet Theatre, London
Thursday 28th September
Doors open 7pm
One of the UK’s most potent and electrifying rappers, Lowkey is a towering figure in the UK’s conscious hip-hop scene. Renewing the tradition of forward-thinking activism and music, he fuses politically charged lyrics with a deft dissection of topics such as race, war, global poverty and politics. Combined with anthemic choruses and unrelentingly energetic performance, Lowkey commands a keen and growing legion of followers – still treading new ground and generating fresh excitement 14 years after releasing his first mixtape.
Rafeef Ziadah – Palestinian spoken word artist and human rights activist based in London, whose awe-inspiring works have found a remarkable balance between politics and humanity.
Narcy – Leading Iraqi-Canadian musician, actor and multimedia artist, Narcy’s ground-breaking audio-visual performances have gained international attention.
Additional Support from: Awate, Garza, DJ Snuff & DJ U-Cef
14+ event – ALL under 16’s must be accompanied by an adult. (1 Adult per 2 under 16’s).
Under 18s must only buy BALCONY tickets – Not General Admission.
No ID, no entry, including under 18s as the venue operates with a strict ID scanner policy.
UNDER 18s – BALCONY ONLY
MAIN AUDITORIUM STANDING – 18 + ONLY