Theon Cross is an award-winning tuba player and composer who not only redefines what can be done with his instrument but also transcends traditional genre conventions with his heady brew of low end theory combined with strains of ‘jazz, dub, hip-hop, soca, grime, and other sounds from the Afro-Caribbean diaspora’. Supported by the National Lottery and Arts Council England.
This is a part seated/part standing show.
10% booking fee
10% booking fee
The bar will open at 7pm
Performance starts at 8pm
Theon Cross’ new album, Intra-I (meaning ‘Within Self’) synthesises the diversity of his musical art and experience to deliver an essential message to a world gripped by tribulation. Across ten sonically divergent and bass-rich tracks, Intra-I explores themes of self-reliance, origins, identity and more. An exploratory celebration of Afro-Diaspora Music, the album features songs that examine self-development, the importance of history and heritage and the strength in adversity shown by the first generations of post-war Caribbean immigrants to the UK.
Drapers’ Hall, Bayley Lane, CV15RN
Access for all
- Level access for wheelchairs
- Disabled toilets available
- Induction loop
We are lucky at Drapers’ Hall to be able to remain agile due to our flexible space arrangements. Therefore, as a matter of caution and care, we have made the decision to reduce our capacity for upcoming shows by 50%. We will review this when the time is right, but for now, we want all who visit the hall – audience, staff, volunteers and artists, to feel comfortable and safe whilst attending events in our new venue. Additional provision for our current COVID-19 measures can be found on our COVID-19 policy page.