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Soul Brothers Syndicate with Frida Touray, Judith Ude and Darrell Smith

Fri 31 Jan–Sat 1 Feb

The Soul Brothers Syndicate return to the New Vic Theatre for our homecoming show! 


After a year of being on the road once again this show features Frida Touray, Judith Ude and Darrel Smith (As seen on Northern Soul at the BBC Proms).
If you missed the opportunity to attend the BBC’s Northern Soul at the Proms then here is your chance to see it live with the Soul Brothers Syndicate.


Frida, Judith and Darrell will be performing tracks that were aired on BBC TV in August 2024 at The Royal Albert Hall, as well as some of their own favourite Northern Soul tracks that were performed on the night of the Proms but never made the final TV cut.


The Soul Brothers Syndicate bring to you a breathtaking live show with their 18 piece band playing less tribute and more homage to the music known as Northern Soul.


The band bring their own unique spirit and spontaneous humour to every concert. The show is narrated in a timeline style, going from Northern Soul’s humble beginnings at the twisted wheel (Manchester) and Golden Torch (Tunstall, Stoke), to the Blackpool Mecca and the world famous Wigan Casino (which is now celebrating it’s 50 Year Anniversary!).


Playing all the classics, on the night, such as – Out on the FloorThe Night, LandslideThe DrifterYou’re Gonna Love my BabyBetter Use Your Head, Do I Love You! – plus many more of your remembered and forgotten favourites.


A real treat for all music lovers and an unmissable concert for any aspiring musician…young or wise.

Booking Information
Showing: Friday 31 January–Saturday 1 February 2025
Performance in-the-round

Tickets: £30.00 - £30.00

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