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SEXY FISH FEAT. EVE

The rapper behind iconic 00s bops such as “Tambourine” and “Let Me Blow Your Mind” will play at the Mayfair eatery’s fourth birthday party.

Wonderland Eve Sexy Fish 4th birthday party
Wonderland Eve Sexy Fish 4th birthday party

Sexy Fish, the luxurious Mayfair eatery known for its collection of artwork from iconic artists like Damien Hirst and its delicious Japanese-inspired menu, will now be the home of a return from one of the most defining rappers of a generation: Evey-E. Yes, the industry-disrupting artist behind that Wild Child scene and a thousand wannabe fans attempting to recreate those paw print chest tats.

The rapper and singer’s early 00s bops such as “Who’s That Girl?” and “Let Me Blow Your Mind” are still firmly cemented in our pre-drinks playlists, so to say we’re excited about this is an understatement. Celebrating their fourth birthday in ultimate style, Sexy Fish’s Sexy SEAries is presented by The House of Suntory, and for the month of November, the restaurant has been putting on events featuring acrobats and dancers to provide some under-the-sea-themed dining entertainment.

On the 28th November, not only will the Grammy Award-winning artist join guests for a unique performance of all her best (and most nostalgic) hits, but characters inspired by Sexy Fish’s well-known artworks – such as Cheeky Lobster, Ornate Octopus and The Sexy Fish – will don elaborate outfits and theatrical-style makeup alongside Eve for the night.

The Sexy SEAries isn’t stopping here, continuing into 2020 to celebrate the opening of a new eatery in Miami. This night will certainly not be one to miss, though – a rendition of “Tambourine” to bring us right back to 2007, and mermaid-esque performers as far as the eye can see. What more could you want?

Tickets for the 4th Birthday Party on the 28th November, and other Sexy SEAries events presented by The House of Suntory, can be bought on their website.

SEXY FISH FEAT. EVE

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