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Girls Do Music at the Smokehouse!

PUBLISHED: 16:53 23 March 2018 | UPDATED: 17:16 27 March 2018

Girls Do Music at The Smokehouse, 29th March 2018

Girls Do Music at The Smokehouse, 29th March 2018

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IO Radio’s Beats, Rhymes and Grime is taking this opportunity to put on its first event Girls Do Music for International Women’s month at The Smokehouse, they want to shout GIRLS DO MUSIC, with a killer line up of local musical talent, supported by the Future Female Society.

Jade MayJean will be headlining the show on March 29th at The Smokehouse.Jade MayJean will be headlining the show on March 29th at The Smokehouse.

An independent music venue in Ipswich is putting on an event to show that there is no lack of women in the local, national or international music.

Beats, Rhymes and Grime host Angelle from the community station IO Radio, based in the town, has organised the show after being dismayed by the lack of women in the line-ups of many major musical events.

The line-up for the event being held at The Smokehouse will include singer-songwriter Jade MayJean who is the headline for the evening, with her upcoming debut 20SIXTY coming out next month under ginger dog records, the former voice contestant will be joined by Vania - best known as the lead singer of Motherfvnker.

The Smokehouse at South Street Studios.The Smokehouse at South Street Studios.

Also on the line up are 24-year-old Mo’Nique MissVocalz who has been performing since the age of 15 and the host of the evening A.N.G. her self returning to her first love – performing her own music.

Tickets will be £5 for adults, or £4 for students, with anyone aged 14 or over welcome, ID will be required to access the bar area with the doors opening at at 7.30pm

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