Situated smack bang in the middle of Soho, the Spice of Life has had a blend of iconic names through its doors over its long history. Now, HOT VOX brings some of the hottest names on the scene to soundtrack your perfect night in Soho.
With an emphasis on lyrics, musicianship and storytelling, The Grand Old Echo use singing and rapping to bring an edge of London grit to a lively folk-rock sound.view artist profile
British musician Ricardo Rawal, a reggae and dancehall artist from London, has been making waves in the music business. Ricardo Rawal has established himself as a household figure in the reggae and dancehall scenes thanks to his distinctive sound ... view artist profile
Thals is a pop girl with a punk flair and a rock-star heart. She moved from Spain to London back in 2018 to pursue her dream of making music.
Only having started her songwriting and production endeavors in 2020, she is now ready to take it al... view artist profile
Shan is a singer songwriter from South East London who trained at The BRIT School of Performing Arts and Technology and went onto further train at Guildford School of Acting. Shan has a passion for Soul, Blues and Jazz music when singing but was b... view artist profile
Harry Luke is a Welsh singer/songwriter from Portsmouth now based in Liverpool. Harry released his first single ‘Summer Eighteen’ in November 2018 and later released a Welsh language version of the song which premiered on BBC Wales&rsq... view artist profile
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£8 ADV / £9 OTD
NHS staff and music students (ACM, BIMM and ICMP) receive Advance ticket price on the door. Valid NHS or student photo ID is required and entry is subject to capacity.
Long Live Live Music!
A pub that has truly stood the test of time… surviving two world wars and retaining its traditional charm. As well as being a listed building, The Spice of Life also has an esteemed musical heritage.
In the 1960’s and 1970’s the venue saw many great acts of the time, such as Bob Dylan, Paul Simon, Cat Stevens, Bert Jansch, The Strawbs and Sandy Denny performing here. Then in the heyday of punk in the late 70’s The Spice of Life became a regular haunt for many punk musicians and followers, including The Sex Pistols. In the late 90’s a thriving Jazz Club started up at The Spice, and has attracted many top acts, such as Jamie Cullum, Soweto Kinch, Darius Brubeck & Daryl Sherman.
6 Moor St, Soho, London W1D 5NA