Get the party well and truly started with Dukebox Pop! performing the biggest tunes of the moment. Party like a rock star and with two of the best in the business. Paul Spicer & Matt Firth will show you the time of your life, and they’ll make you feel like the only person in the room. So grab your friends, grab a drink and head down to the dance floor! They perform a fabulous selection of Pop Party, chilled Beach Vibes & Old Skool Party tracks, Songs include Can’t Stop the Feeling, Don't You Worry Child, Rather Be, Feel the Love, All of Me, One Dance, We Found Love, Uptown Funk and more.
Matt trained at the Arts Educational Schools and upon graduating joined the West End cast of Fame the Musical (Aldwych Theatre & Cambridge Theatre). Subsequently he was a part of the original West End cast of Rod Stewarts‘ Tonight’s the Night (Victoria Palace Theatre) and spent a season with the Royal Shakespeare Company in their critically acclaimed production of Beauty and the Beast. Other credits include Twisted (Oval House Theatre), Seduction (Bailiwick Arts Centre, Chicago IL) and An Evening of Dirty Dancing (UK tour). TV credits include Emmerdale (ITV), Talk to Frank television campaign, Morrisons TV campaign, Blue Peter (BBC) & Children in Need (ITV).
Paul trained at the Arts Educational Schools where he was the recipient of the Andrew Lloyd Webber Scholarship. On completion of his course, he immediately made his West End debut at the Prince of Wales Theatre in the juvenile lead role of Michael Spofford in Cameron Mackintosh’s production of The Witches of Eastwick. He then played Nick Piazza in the national tour of Fame and subsequently joined the cast of the Boy George musical Taboo, in which he played the role of Billy opposite Julian Clary and Boy George himself. His other theatre credits include Prince Charming in Cinderella for QDOS, Prince Alexander in Sleeping Beauty at the Nottingham Playhouse, Kevin in the UK workshop of Debbie Does Dallas for Adam Kenwright, an international production of Evita in Beirut directed by Nikolai Foster, the UK tour of Saturday Night Fever, the UK première of Little by Little at the Arts Theatre and the role of George Mortimer in the world premiére of The Musical Medium at the Landor Theatre. Paul played Daniel Pontipee in the UK tour of Seven Brides for Seven Brothers and premièred his solo show Something in Common, which he also devised and directed, at the Theatre Museum in Covent Garden, following which he completed a yearlong contract in the international tour of the smash hit musical Mamma Mia! He regularly teaches at and is a Member of the Trust at the Arts Educational School. Other credits include performing with New York’s award-winning Rick Skye in A Slice O’ Minnelli during its London première, appearing as a guest artist on Julie Atherton’s debut album A Girl of Few Words, starring in the internationally acclaimed music video for Uniting Nations’ top ten hit single Out of Touch and features in the Youtube smash hit short film Portrait of a Princess taken from the album Unwritten Songs by British composer Michael Bruce, on which Paul is also a featured vocalist. Paul recently spent a summer with the Gothenburg Opera playing the role of Tobias in Stephen Sondheim’s Sweeney Todd.
Previous clients include: International School of Monaco, Stars'n'Bars Monaco, Monaco USA, Proud Cabaret London, Stanmer Country House Brighton, Hilton Hotels, Thistle Hotels