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Botown - The Soul Of Bollywood - Birmingham

The Glee Club Birmingham, 70 Hurst Street, West Midlands

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Early Bird - Standing

Pls call 07967 225 642 if seat required

£10.00
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£11.00
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Phase 2 - Standing

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£12.50
£1.50
£14.00
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Standard Ticket - Standing

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£15.00
£1.50
£16.50
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Details

Date
Sun, 3rd Dec 17
Doors Open
6:00 pm
Last Entry
6.45 pm
Event Ends
9:00 pm - Sun, 3rd Dec 17
Age Restriction
None
Dress Code
None
Event Organiser

Description

Botown - The Soul Of Bollywood

This event is standing only.  We are able to provide seats for customers who have difficutly standing.  Please call 07967 225 642 if seat required.

 

Botown are a super-tight band of multicultural musicians that perform Bollywood grooves reborn with a unique soul funk twist. This highly charged group combine the glamour of Bollywood and the charisma of soul.

Expect to hear hit songs by RD Burman, Asha Bhosle, AR Rahman, Lata, Kishore Kumar, Shankar Ehsaan Loy, Alisha and more, in a way you've never heard them before!

Botown's unique mash-up features Drums, Percussion, Dhol, Horn section, Guitar, Bass, Keyboards plus male and female vocals to take you on a trip from Memphis to Mumbai.

"Bollywood's best-loved anthems are given the 'Shaft' treatment... frontman Ajay's Hindi singing bursts with feeling." The Daily Express

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