Win tickets to see Shaun Escoffery and Avery*Sunshine in Fulham

Avery*Sunshine. left, and Shaun Escoffery (Pic credit: Dome Records)

Avery*Sunshine. left, and Shaun Escoffery (Pic credit: Dome Records) - Credit: Archant

Music lovers can enjoy a double dose of soulful joy thanks to the talents of Shaun Escoffery and Avery*Sunshine.

Both talented vocalists will be appearing together for one night only at new music venue Under the Bridge in Fulham, on November 20.

British born Shaun whose hits include “Space Rider” and “Days Like This” will be singing tracks of his new album “In The Red Room” on the night.

Since he began recording at the age of 17 with D-Influence he has gained support from Elton John and one of his oldest friends, actor Idris Elba, who has contributed a remix of lead single “Nature’s Call”.

Atlanta-based Avery will be delivering aural pleasure with songs from her second album The Sun Room which includes “Love (Won’t You Try)” and the up-tempo stomper “Time To Shine”.

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In addition to being at home in the recording studio both artists have ventured into musical theatre.

Avery played a principal role in the play I Dream, based on the life of Dr Martin Luther King Jr, while Shaun has an impressive list of musical acting credits that stretch from Mama I Want To Sing alongside Chaka Khan to The Lion King.

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In 2007 he received an Olivier Award nomination as Best Supporting Actor for his role in the musical play Parade at the Donmar Warehouse.

The Times is giving away a pair of tickets to the one-night only gig.

To be in with a chance of winning answer the following question: Where is Avery*Sunshine based?

Please send an email titled Under the Bridge competition to

Please include your name, address and a contact number.

Closing date is November 16 at 10am.

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