After impressing at the MOBO awards and wow-ing with a soaring performance at the Royal Albert Hall (and more recently with her Royal Albert Home lockdown performance), soulful singer and cellist Ayanna Witter-Johnson returns to HowTheLightGetsIn. With her musical prowess, mesmerising vocals and mastery for reinterpreting songs on her cello, she is musical proof that classical and alternative R&B music could and should coexist. It's no wonder that Gilles Peterson calls himself her biggest fan.
"The artist of our time ... she is fire" - The Guardian
Showcasing their unique take on full power Balkan flavoured Ska, Dub, Swing and Folk, Mr Tea and the Minions inspire uncontrollable silly dancing and wild bouts of jumping around wherever they go even if that's in your living room. Taking material from their best performances showcasing festivals such as Glastonbury, Boomtown, WOMAD, Secret Garden Party and of course HowTheLightGetsIn Mr Tea take you on a journey of their musical career, finishing with an exclusive acoustic set.
“The Minions seamlessly weave Balkan Beats with ska, dub and swing to create a bouncing set. It’s impossible not to get involved.” - The Independent
We once again invite you to our HowTheLightGetsIn disco, with people from all over the world joining the dance floor, this event has reached legendary status. Expect big tunes and bigger personalities. Videos on and get those hands in the air!
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