The church service where party is the new praising...This Easter, the world's favourite non-stop Pentecostal Party - Oh My God! It's The Church, returns with their BIGGEST EVER HEADLINE SHOW with support from Mama Jerk and The Lady Fingers, and epic disco DJ legends The London Disco Society.
After the success of last year's service at The Lexington, This extra special Easter Extravaganza will see them take over historic London venue The Borderline, joined on stage for the first time ever by a FULL LIVE BAND!
Expect, Sin. Expect Salvation. Expect Shotgun Weddings and Crowd Confessions!
This Easter, come and celebrate the greatest comeback of all time - Jesus Christ - with the greatest Church service you'll ever witness!
Oh My God! It's The Church present The Goddamn Easter Tour: The Second Coming.
On the decks til 3am we have The London Disco Society- a clubnight come DJ outfit known best for churning out Classic Disco and re-edits across the spectrum, from cosmic, to boogie to deep disco rhythms infused with solid house grooves to glitter covered festival goers across the UK and internationally.
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Mama Jerk and The Ladyfingers are the thinking man's party band. Expect a big stomping sound, a set full of treats and twists, and lyrical hooks which get stuck in the brain like a crayon in a toddler's nose.
Formed in 2013, The Ladyfingers have been sharpening their teeth on the festival circuit, playing increasingly larger stages in lovely fields. From Small World, to Secret Garden Party and Boomtown, they're looking forward to another season of pastoral delights! This west-country 7 piece take Bristol's eclectic party sound and engorge it with their picaresque whimsy and a broad peppering of influences. The huge stomping sound of Mama Jerk & the LadyFingers grabs the attention of its audience from the outset and keeps them guessing until the very end.
Over 18's only
The Bordeline venue is at Orange Yard; Off Manette Street, London, W1D 4JB. Manette Street is off Charing Cross Road, just south of Tottenham Court Road tube station. Foyle’s bookshop is on the corner.