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Sounds of Motown

October 28 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Grab your housemates and Support Bubble and head to Archer Street SW11 on Wednesday 28th October for a Motown special!

Sounds of Motown

The talented quartet of Duane Lamonte, Natalie Kassanga, David Albury and Nathan Lorainey-Dineen have performed in some of London’s West End’s popular shows including The Lion King, Motown The Musical, Hairspray and Dear Evan Hansen.

Join us for all your favourite Motown classics from 7pm.

Don’t forget the make the most of our Rishi Dishi offer, which ends on the 29th October. Enjoy a complimentary pizza or cheese and charcuterie board when spending £20 per guest on drinks.

Duane Lamonte, originally from Islington, has been performing since the tender age of 7 years old. Over the years, Duane has supported boyband Blue on their greatest hits tour and has appeared in West End musicals Daddy Cool The Musical, Hairspray, Dancing In The Streets, Motown The Musical and The Lion King.

Natalie Kassanga is currently at the Noël Coward Theatre as understudy Alana Beck & Zoe Murphy in the new, recently opened West End musical of Dear Evan Hansen.
Prior to this, she recently played the iconic role of Miss Diana Ross in Motown The Musical at the Shaftesbury Theatre. Previously in her earlier years, she was an original young ensemble cast member of Cameron Mackintosh’s Oliver! at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Natalie made her West End debut as Young Nala in The Lion King at the Lyceum Theatre.

David Albury is an Actor, singer and songwriter, who most recently played the role of Smokey Robinson in the West End production of Motown The Musical at The Shaftesbury Theatre. He performed in “Committee” an original musical at the Donmar Warehouse, the Olivier Award nominated Porgy and Bess at Regents Park Open Air Theatre, and has a number of other professional credits. David made his professional debut as part of the first UK touring cast of Disney’s the Lion King. He has just released his debut single Allow Me Say under the pseudonym I Am i-D, available on all major streaming platforms, and has a album in the final stages of production.

Nathan Lorainey-Dineen, of Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, has performed in West End Musicals Motown and Francois & Juliet. Nathan also took to the stage at some of London’s most prestigious concert venues including the O2 Arena and The Royal Albert Hall.


October 28
7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
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Archer Street SW11
020 3887 4435