Three top bands are coming to the Kelvedon Institute on Friday.

Essex-based band The White Gospel is fronted by French-English singer/songwriter David Arscott.

The five piece band draw inspiration from the streets of Essex and they list influences as the likes of Mercury Rev, The Smiths, Radiohead, Stones and Northern Soul.

Little Donkey is a four piece folk-rock band from Chelmsford.

They won the Panic Awards Best Band in 2013 and feature instruments such as the mandolin, ukulele and stompbox.

Sound Mirrors is a seven-piece, sunshine pop and alt-rock collective, gathered around the brilliant songs of singer, Richard M Wilson Sound Mirrors combines classic song-writing with a wall-of-sound approach, Hammond organ, powerhouse drums, five part vocal attack, awkward, unlikely but highly theatrical, with an electric stage presence.

Doors open at 8pm and tickets are £12.50 on the door or £11 in advance from