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The Glasshouse

Wednesday 24 July 2024   |   7:30pm
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Corinne Bailey Rae presents Black Rainbows

plus support Ni Maxine

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Corinne Bailey Rae presents Black Rainbows

plus support Ni Maxine

Part of Innovators

Sage Two

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Tickets – £33.00 to £38.50

Ethereal. Melodic. Bridging genres seamlessly.

Experience the mesmerizing journey of Corinne Bailey Rae’s Black Rainbows at The Glasshouse. With her soulful voice and captivating stage presence, she weaves a tapestry of emotion, blending jazz, garage rock, R&B, and pop into an unforgettable performance. Be transported on a journey of love, loss, and resilience as she brings her acclaimed album to life with intimate storytelling and soul-stirring melodies.

Need to know

This is a standing show in Sage Two with unreserved tickets (meaning stand-where-you-like) available for Level 1.

Price: From £33

Stage Times: Announced nearer showtime.

Age: Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult.

About Black Rainbows


Inspired by the objects and artworks collected by Theaster Gates at the Stony Island Arts Bank in Chicago, the work includes a collection of songs, a book Reflections/Refractions at the Arts Bank photographed by Koto Bolofo, live performances, visuals, lectures, exhibitions and more.

Wide ranging in it’s themes, Black Rainbows’ subjects are drawn from encounters with objects in the Arts Bank. Taking us from the rock hewn churches of Ethiopia, to the journeys of Black Pioneers Westward, from Miss New York Transit 1957, to how the sunset appears from Harriet Jacobs’ loophole. Black Rainbows explores Black femininity, Spell Work, Inner Space/Outer Space, time collapse and ancestors, the erasure Black childhood and music as a vessel for transcendence.




Ni Maxine

The award-winning British Neo-Jazz Singer-Songwriter, Ni Maxine, Hailed a ‘Black Woman at The Forefront of the UK Jazz Scene’ (Black Ballad), is sparking intergenerational conversations for change through song, exploring themes of home, identity, self-esteem & belonging. 

Compared, by audience members, to Billie Holiday, Sade and Erykah Badu, her conscious & political lyricism and timeless vocals have taken her to the main stage at Liverpool’s Africa Oyé, Gilles Peterson’s ‘We Out Here’ & the EFG London Jazz Festival. 

Her award-winning debut single ‘Strange Love’, supported by tastemakers Jamie Cullum (The Jazz Show), YolanDa Brown (Jazz FM), Jamz Supernova and China Moses (Jazz FM), was played across Jazz FM, Radio 1, 1Xtra & Selector Radio (internationally) and subsequent singles have created anticipation for her debut EP, cementing Ni Maxine as one to watch in 2024.

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Wednesday 24 July 2024

From: £33.00 - £38.50

Sage Two