WIN a pair of tickets to see one-man band show at Clevedon's Theatre Shop

PUBLISHED: 20:00 09 November 2017 | UPDATED: 11:34 10 November 2017

ICHI's Shop Of Musical Experiments.

ICHI's Shop Of Musical Experiments.

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A one-man band will return to Clevedon's Theatre Shop next week.

ICHI’s Shop Of Musical Experiments put on a sell-out performance at the Queens Square venue last year and will return on November 16.

The Bristol-based performer, originally from Nagoya in Japan, will perform with his own handmade instruments including balloon pipes, a hatbox pedal drum, percussion shoes and ping pong balls.

He combines these along with other everyday inanimate objects to create a quirky and exciting sound experience.

ICHI has toured across the globe as a solo artist, including appearances at festivals like Glastonbury, Green Man and Latitude.

He has also been championed by former Talking Heads singer David Byrne and radio DJs such as Steve Lamacq, Gideon Coe and Lauren Laverne.

His music has also received airplay on BBC Radio 1, BBC 6 Music and XFM.

ICHI’s third album, Maru, was released last year.

ICHI’s Shop Of Musical Experiments will be performed at 8pm.

Tickets, priced £11, are available here or 03336 663366.

Also taking place at Theatre Shop this month is Mrs Gerrish’s Rear Window on November 25, and Goldilock, Stock And Three Smoking Bears on November 29 and 30.

Living Spit’s Nativity will then dominate the venue’s stage throughout December.

Theatre Shop and the Times have teamed up to offer two lucky readers the chance to win a pair of tickets to see Shop Of Musical Experiments.

To be in with a chance of winning, answer the simple question below before the competition deadline of 10am on Monday.

Usual Archant rules apply and the editor’s decision is final.

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