Lethal Bizzle to team up with The Enemy in London

Grime star added to Proud re-opening bill

Lethal Bizzle to team up with The Enemy in London
Lethal Bizzle has been added to the bill for London's Proud Gallery reopening, set to take place on April 3.

The grime artist will join The Enemy on the bill for Another Music = Another Kitchen club night at the Camden venue. Babyshambles' Drew McConnell is also set to perform.

Proud Camden Director Alex Proud said: “The Proud Camden reopening weekend will see a host of fantastic artists and performers playing our new venue.

"I'm delighted to announce another top name to the first night line-up -what a great way to open the new venue.”

The show is free, though organisers are suggesting a £10 donation to the charity helping to deal with the aftermath of the Camden fire in February when large parts of the district's market were destroyed. Queues are expected so fans are advised to arrive early.

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