Created by future industry professionals from the local area, Hoxton Hall Youth Arts quarterly event, Sound Out, lends a stage and gives a voice to the soon-to-be discovered talent of East London.
As part of the Youth Arts programme devised by Hoxton Hall with the support of Young Hackney, Sound Out gives talent the opportunity to produce a brilliant live event for the public four times per year. This is what makes Sound Out such a special night.
Produced, promoted, and programmed wholly by the programme's young creative leaders for the first time, the Hoxton Hall's new look Sound Out event's popularity is set to explode. The show on Friday 29 March is currently being planned by senior Youth Arts Board members and producer/performers, Ayomide Olaniyan, Isatu Bangura and Aaron Appiah-Anderson who have been working alongside the Hoxton Hall team since 2017.
Performances at Sound Out can come in the form of music, dance, spoken word and performance poetry, improv and any mash up of these disciplines. Unsurprisingly, music features heavily and showcases such diverse genres as trap, R&B, grime to folk to alternative rock/pop alongside a variety of art forms.
For each event, there are ten short performance slots up for grabs for artists over the age of 16. To apply, email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
£5 concessions (student/over 65/ unemployed) £7 standard (incl. fee).