Ella Ella

Writer/Top liner

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, aka Vera Bohl, is a trained pianist and vocalist based in London. She often works in Berlin and out in the US as a top-liner and writer. An artist once herself, EllaElla recorded her Folk and America influenced debut EP in Nigel Goodrich’s studio with producer Paul Grady. Her band included Arni from the Vaccines and George Ezra’s guitar player David Klinke as well as Blond’s Drummer Sim.




She has written with and worked on:

Dido – Love’s To Blame
Nathan Sykes (The Wanted) – Loving you
Iris Gold – Steve McQueen
Manou – Sadie

Helene Fischer, James Arthur, Blooms and many more.


Contact: vera (at) studioweek.co.uk

Dido – Love To Blame


Iris Gold – Steve McQueen


Vera Bohl – Summertime I had You


Manou –  Sadie

Echo Child


echochild20 years old Echo Child is StudioWeeks latest signing. Previous member of VT, the frontman Andres, Echo Child is now working on his solo material.

He is currently in the studio with A List writers and producers Matty Benbrook (Jack Savoretti, Paolo Nutti, Jake Bugg George The Poet) and P*Nut (Faithless, Dido, Amy Winehouse).
His songs and new material are electro acoustic tracks in the vain of Tame Impala and the Flaming Lips. He will be releasing his first Single via SW Records.


The Label  – SW Records

SW Records is a East London based music label.
The main focus is on finding new talent and putting out great music.


Some of our releases include:

CRSH – Hit and Run


Manou – Sadie


P*Nut – Africa


Manou –  Down To The Sea


 Find out more about SW records here

or download our brochure here

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Contact: hello (at) studioweek.co.uk



IMG_8656-Edit copyManou is a very young talented artist. With only 16 years, she started playing shows in   and around London. She both sings and plays piano. Currently she is working with producer P*Nut (Amy Winehouse, Eliza Doolittle, Sparks, Foxes, Dido) on her first Single releases.

Studioweek is working with Manou on launching her music career; She released her EP Venice Beach this summer, receiving success also in France and Germany.



Find out more about Manou on manoumusic.co.uk

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Contact: vera (at) studioweek.co.uk



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Producer / Writer

pnut copyJohn P*nut Harrison is an English Writer and Producer, based in London.
He started working in and around London Studios at the young age of 16 with the likes of Lee Scratch Perry.
He started his own record label Lighting & Thunder and started releasing materials by Reggae artists, such as Prince Alla.
Rollo Armstrong signed him to Cheeky Records as a young Producer.
He started working with Dido, co-producing ‘White Flag’, which charted in over 20 countries around the world.
He was signed as a solo artist to Sony BMG, releasing his debut Album ‘Sweet As’.
Following this release in 2002 he worked with Faithless on Track ‘Mass Destruction‘ from their fourth Album ‘Roots’.  The single was released on May 31st, 2004 and reached #7 in the UK Singles Charts.
P*Nut worked with Amy Winehouse on ‘He can only hold her’.
In 2007 Pnut worked in Sweden, managed by Murlyn Music, working for Jennifer Lopez, Taio Cruz and Anders Baggs.
Since 2009 P*Nut has moved to his East London Studio, continuing to work with established and up and coming artists including Manou on her first release ‘Loving You’, more recently on her EP Venice Beach, and Chloe Howl on the single ‘How Proud’ from her ‘No Strings’ EP.
In 2013, he worked again with Dido on her album ‘Girl Who Got Away’, writing and producing track ‘Love To Blame’.

Some of his recent works include:
Holychild – ‘Regret You’ (co-produced and written)
Iris Gold – ‘Steve McQueen’
Nathan Sykes – Loving You
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Contact: vera(at)studioweek.co.uk




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The Hospital Club’s Creatives in Residence is a philanthropic scheme, cross disciplinary programme for creatives to bring ideas to life, creating a unique relationship with our members and building.

Together with an industry-representative judging panel, creatives are selected at the tipping point of their chosen careers, including a wide range of talent evolving in the areas of film, music, fashion, theatre & opera, art, digital art; new media, gaming, TV, publishing & writing, design, advertising and food and beverage.

The residency is an opportunity for the creatives to push the boundaries of their own practice and collaborate with peers from other disciplines.
Studioweek has the honour to mange past and current Talent during the period 2011/2012
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Showstudio Playstation Neon E Roulette

In April 2007, SHOWstudio staged Revue – a live ‘happening’ in association with PlayStation 3.

The event was attended by an intimate audience of fifty guests at a secret London location, all action broadcast live on SHOWstudio. Revue created a dynamic performance space in which six different ‘zones’ were defined by a series of experimental situations that took inspiration from fashion, music or art.

Auditions were open to the public, each submitting images or video to propose their Revue performance documented online alongside the original brief.

StudioWeek created a unique concept for the Roulette Room named ‘Neon E Roulette’.

Acts on the night included: Neon E Roulette; Russell Sage; Strip Me Bare; CWTCH; Natalie Monroe; Aitor Throup and Jez Tozer; and Natalie Fish and During Revue, members of the audience were given video cameras on which to document the evening’s events. The dynamic revelry of the performances was documented by the guests themselves: the rushes from the night were used in the final edit of a film, and their impromptu imagery is also showcased in a gallery of stills.

New shoot coming up