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Centre Stage presents…

centre stage, poplar union, open mic
centre stage, poplar union, open mic

Centre Stage welcomes you back to live music with a talented collective warming up the floor with sounds of smooth r’n’b, Hip-hop, Soca and Afrobeats.

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Janiece Myers
@janiecemyersofficial – singer/songwriter from Liverpool. Coming from arguably one of Britain’s biggest dance capitals, she has a versatile sound of pop, dance, and R’n’B. An amazing songwriter who thrives on live music, drawing you in with each song she performs

Nakita
@nakitagrant – singer/songwriter from Hackney, East London. Her voice is soulful and draws her inspirations from family, the place she was brought up and her big dreams. A versatile artist who brings great energy and creativity to every performance.

Soraya
@sorayamusician – singer/songwriter from south london, bringing lots of soul and range to her music. She has featured with several named artists over the years and is now focused on her solo career

Trizzee
@trizzeefameofficial – rapper from London, positive vibes and energy both on and off the stage, Trizzee is the epitome of being a unique artist, creating his own lane with flows and lyrics

DJ Stylz UK
@djstylzuk – specialist soca DJ and radio presenter

DJ Dange
@djdange – head DJ at Centre Stage, Pulse 88 radio DJ & Presenter and a champion for unsigned and emerging artists in the UK.


About Centre Stage

Centre Stage is an event platform for artists & creatives from the performing arts industry. In partnership with Poplar Union, the provide a safe, comfortable and inclusive space for emerging artists to showcase their talents. It is a great place to gig, network and enjoy live music and local talent. At Centre Stage they also have an artist development programme in place to help them achieve their full potential.

If you’re a performer seeking a gig, a chance to showcase your talent and access more opportunities, then reach out!

Check out the Centre Stage entry to Poplar Union’s Digital Art Festival

 

Sat 17 July from 7pm

£5 early bird (until 30 June) / then £7

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