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.
Lydia Prettyman is a pop-soul artist currently living in Manchester and making a name for herself in the music scene. She was scouted at The Cavern in Liverpool during an Open Mic and created the reputation for the ‘quietest the Cavern has e... view artist profile
Based in Bristol and London, Chicken Picnic present a compelling new voice in alternative R&B. The five-piece infuse neo-soul songwriting with the distinct colours of their local jazz scenes. As shown in their previous releases ‘Ocean&rs... view artist profile
Compared to the likes of Amy Winehouse and Adele, Rosie Webb is a vocal powerhouse Neo-Soul Artist and graduate of the Brit School and Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Known for her soulful vocals and emotive songwriting, born and raised East ... view artist profile
Vxlentine is a singer/songwriter from south east London. He uses a blend of Afro and R&B vocals to create a fresh and unique Sound. Vxlentine is a story teller, his songs portray his emotional journeys and experiences. His stage performances a... view artist profile
Jess Martins is an 18 year old singer-songwriter from Birmingham, who recently moved to London to pursue her dreams in music. She uses music to document her life, placing heavy emphasis on her sharp and poetic lyrics. She is inspired by the likes ... view artist profile
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£9.50 ADV / £12 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