DHP Family Presents:
Live at Borderline, Soho
Jake Quickenden began his media career by emerging on the talent show The X Factor. After his 2012 departure, he has made some other media appearances since, including working as a presenter on the Chart Show TV channel.
In 2012, Quickenden gave audition for the 9th series of The X Factor, where he sang “Use Somebody” and received four positive responses from the judges. At boot camp, he along with his other fellows Adam Burridge and Robbie Hance sang “how to save a life.” The judges decided to put him through to judges’ houses where he was in the boys category along with Burridge, Nathan Fagan Gayle, Rylan Clark, Jahmene Douglas and the winner of the series James Arthur and their mentor was Nicole Scherzinger, he sang “back for good” in front of his mentor and her judge Ne0Yo. The next day, Scherzinger, his mentor, decided not to put Jake through to the live shows choosing Clark, Douglas, and Arthur instead.
Tickets will go on sale on Wednesday the 21st of March at 10am from TicketWeb.
14+ (under 16s must be accompanied by an adult)