GAIKA brings his blend of grime, dancehall, garage, hip hop and R&B to the Roundhouse as part of a series of immersive gigs in and around Ron Arad’s 360° installation, Curtain Call.

GAIKA’s imaginary club experience, CLUB 88, is inspired by Akira, Brixton and his album Security.

GAIKA is a visual artist, vocalist and producer from London, who makes dancehall-tinged songs for the city. His music harks back to his Jamaican and Grenadian heritage, filtered through his birthplace Brixton.

GAIKA released Machine in November 2015 and Security in May 2016, both to resounding critical acclaim. He is being championed as the new voice of black British music, through his articulate commentary on social and political issues, combining this with his futuristic electronic sound.

Fancy a bite to eat beforehand? View the menu and book a table in MADE Bar and Kitchen.

Audiences are encouraged to move around the space to get the most from this immersive gig experience. Please be aware that sight lines will vary throughout.