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Ódú’s Open Mic

London Irish Centre

13/04/2023 7:00pm , 18/05/2023 7:00pm , 15/06/2023 7:00pm

What is it? A monthly Open Mic night in our Hub Bar

When is it? Thursday the 13th April, 18th May and 15th June 2023
How much is it? Entry is free for performers and audiences. If you would like to perform, please email [email protected]. If you want to watch the show, please register below for free so we know how many people to expect. 
Where is it? Our Hub Bar 

Join us at the London Irish Centre’s Hub Bar for a monthly
Open Mic night hosted by Irish popstar Ódú. Each month our Hub Bar will be
transformed into an open mic cabaret showcasing the best new talent. Be it
music, comedy, spoken word, you’re sure to be entertained!


Are you new to performing and want to find a supportive and
encouraging audience to hone your craft with? Then Ódú’s Open Mic could be for
you! Join pop icon Ódú as she hosts this monthly Open Mic night at the London
Irish Centre’s Hub Bar. Intended for people who are new to performing or who
want to try new material on a warm audience, this multidisciplinary night is
open to all performers no matter where they are in their creative careers. Free
entry. Contact Sally at [email protected] to book your space. 


Ódú burst onto the Irish music scene with her maximalist,
disco inflected pop in 2017 and has grown from strength to strength since the
release of her debut EP Conversations. Since then she has released
several more singles including Men Like Me, Care and the massive
song Saturday, which has amassed almost half a million Spotify streams
to date. 2022 saw Ódú branch out into TV and theatre where she wrote and
composed the songs for the sell out musical Oliver Cromwell is Really Very
Sorry which received 5 stars from The Irish Times and was described as a
“mischievously brilliant, synth pop score, which is a foot-stomping,
hand-clapping delight.” Ódú’s debut album is due out later this year.

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