Nando’s has opened a music studio in one of their London restaurants.
Aspiring producers can now record music after chomping on the chain’s famous chicken.
The studio, fitted in Nando’s on Frith Street in Soho, will run regular workshops for beginners to more experienced musicians.
Nando’s are now in their fourth year of the Nando’s Music Exchange programme, a project which provides opportunities for the exchange of global musical influences, inspired by the chain’s South African heritage.
The initiative has seen the likes of Stormzy and Ella Eyre lead workshops and mentor young artists.
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A spokesperson from Nando’s, said: “We’re really excited to open our first music space, both for our growing network of artists but also for our fans looking for a unique experience in restaurant. Some of the best ideas have started over PERi-PERi (or so we’re told), so we’re looking forward to hearing what happens when we bring together chicken and tunes!”
The studio will be free to use, open five days a week and applications are now being taken for aspiring artists to get involved.