SVN, the new seven-piece girl group formed of the original cast of the award-winning global phenomenon SIX The Musical, will perform their debut headline show at London’s O2 Academy Islington this weekend, on Sunday 7th August, showcasing their tight harmonies, energetic choreography and empowering anthems all in one unmissable set. Tickets are on sale here
The show will mark the group’s debut headline live show, following their virtual shows during lockdown, including a reunion show at Oval Space which became one of the first live-streamed concerts with a live audience, and their self-produced showcase ‘Girl Power’, selling over 12,000 tickets across the two events. At their headline show this Sunday, SVN will further cement their undeniable prowess as world class live performers, giving fans an exclusive preview of their forthcoming new music.
Fans attending this Sunday’s show will get an exclusive preview of the band’s forthcoming new music as well as their previously independently-released single ‘Free’ – a summery, upbeat anthem about acceptance and celebrating one’s self that the band recently performed at Pride in London on the Trafalgar Square main stage, and ‘Woman’ – a rousing and unapologetic manifesto for united women everywhere.
Celebrating their diversity as well as boasting incredible vocals, SVN are undeniably relatable. The former musical cast now turned pop stars, SVN is comprised of Aimie Atkinson, Alexia Mcintosh, Grace Mouat, Jarneia Richard-Noel, Maiya Quansah-Breed, Millie O’Connell and Natalie May Paris. Each member has their own hugely successful individual careers alongside the group, with major roles in Pretty Woman, & Juliet, RENT plus a number of Olivier Award nominations.
All seven members were originally hand-picked to launch SIX The Musical in 2017. The production gained global success with five different productions and tour groups running simultaneously across the world. The musical’s theatre album has more than 100 million streams worldwide and is certified Gold in the UK. With the girls garnering an impressive cult following for their recorded and live performances, they’ve won three What’s On Stage Awards and a Broadway World award for best performances and were nominated for Best Supporting Actresses as well as performing on the primetime televised Laurence Olivier Awards in 2019, Britain’s Got Talent, The One Show and ITV’s This Morning.