For one night in March, the nightclub, Fabric and the English National Opera will be bringing live electronic music to the London Coliseum. Four acts from across the spectrum of electronic music will perform live in a venue more used to the fat lady singing.

‘fabric at the Opera’ brings together Frank Wiedemann, one half of electronic duo Âme and co-founder of the prolific label Innervisions, Erased Tapes mainstay Rival Consoles, along with LCY – who also presents her Live Debut – and fabric club resident and founder of London LQBTQ+ party Love Child, Josh Caffé, who will showcase his driving acid house in a live vocal performance alongside a collective of Vogue Dancers.

The show, set to be the first of many, will blend fabric artists with the history, culture and legacy of the English National Opera.

The event takes place on the evening of Wednesday 9th March and tickets range from £15 to £25 per seat.

Tickets can be booked from here.


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