The show takes place on 17th March and will be a celebration of Herbert’s house music affiliations and will feature music from his forthcoming album The Shakes as well as some of his best-loved work from the bodily functions era. Singers include Ade Omotayo (Kindness, Amy Winehouse) and Rahel Debebe-Dessalegne (Hejira, Eric Lau) and the show will further feature Alex Reeve (Hejira, Tinie Tempah, Ella Henderson) on guitar, Sam Crowe (Cinematic Orchestra, John Newman, Valerie June) on keyboards, saxophonist Ben Castle (Quincy Jones, Radiohead), trombonist Alistair White (Van Morrison, Blur) and Chris Storr (Beyonce, James Brown) on trumpet. The show has been devised in collaboration with award-winning playwright Duncan Macmillan (Royal Court, National Theatre) and will premiere a new technique for sourcing sounds from the audience.

Doors open at 19.30pm and tickets are available at £18.70 via www.convergence-london.com
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