Friday 14 January 2022

22:00 - 03:00

Union Venue

Juicy ft. Sigala

Juicy returns to the Union Venue with a special performance from British DJ and record producer, Sigala. Refreshers 2022 is going out with a bang!

We'll also be welcoming back Pammi Pasqual and Jay-R who will be pumping out the juiciest house, chart & basement tunes throughout the night.




Sigala is the musical name of Bruce Fielder, a London-based DJ and producer.

Born and raised in Norfolk, England, Sigala began piano as a child and played in various bands after graduating from university. He found work as a producer and co-wrote Ella Eyre and Sigma‘s 2015 U.K. hit single “Good Times” before focusing on his own solo project.

His first solo single “Easy Love,” an energetic house tune built around a sample of the Jackson 5‘s iconic hit “ABC” released by Ministry of Sound in 2015 entered the U.K. singles chart at the coveted number one spot!

His second single, “Sweet Lovin’” featuring singer/songwriter Bryn Christopher, hit number three and was certified gold and platinum in several countries around the world.

Several more hits followed in 2016, including “Say You Do” featuring Imani and DJ Fresh, “Give Me Your Love”, with John Newman and the legendary Nile Rodgers, and “Ain’t Giving Up,” a collaboration with Craig David that appeared on his sixth album.

In 2017, Sigala co-produced the single “Show You Love” with Danish DJ Kato, sung by Hailee Steinfeld. He then paired with singer Paloma Faith for the 2018 single “Lullaby” which went on to receive a BRIT Awards nomination for ‘Best British Single’.

Also in 2018, Sigala released his debut studio album, "Brighter Days" which featured a mammoth 24 featured artists including Meghan Trainor, French Montana, Sean Paul, The Vamps, Kylie Minogue and Kodaline to name a few. The album, which featured sox top-ten UK singles including the number one hit "Easy Love" was the highest-charting debut dance album of 2018 and received a BRIT certified Silver certification.

In 2019, Sigala teamed up with Becky Hill (who performed at Refreshers 2020) to release “Wish You Well.” Reaching number eight in the UK singles chart, the track was inspired by a real-life breakup between Becky Hill and an ex-boyfriend. They would go on to release a second song together, “Heaven On My Mind” in the summer of 2020 which peaked at number 14.

2019 also brought the track "We Got Love" with Ella Henderson, another artist who has performed at Royal Holloway after headlining Freshers' Ball 2021.

2020 started with a remix of John K's "if we never met", before the aforementioned "Heaven On My Mind" was released.

In September 2020, Sigala and James Arthur released “Lasting Lover,” which reached number ten in the UK singles chart. Originally written by Lewis Capaldi, the track samples the MGMT song “Time To Pretend.”

2021 spawned the hit track "You for Me" with Rita Ora along with a feature on the R3HAB single "Runaway" along with JP Cooper.

Ticket information

£10 Advance - SOLD OUT

£12 On the door

Included in the Refreshers wristband


Tickets will guarantee you entry to the event until 11pm, after this time entry will be dependent on venue capacity until last entry at midnight.


Students must bring their Royal Holloway College Card and photographic proof of age ID (driving licence, passport, PASS card) to every event they wish to attend for identification purposes.

Event tickets

From the start of Term Two, we will be operating an electronic ticketing system from purchase through to admission.

All tickets purchased online (via the RHSU website or StudentLink app) are automatically assigned to your personal account and then accessed on the door by swiping your College card.

The Fast Track Entry service has been discontinued so you no longer collect a wristband from the Union Helpdesk in advance of the event.

All sales are final, and refunds are not available on tickets once they have been purchased (including duplicates or purchases made in error, tickets bought for the wrong event or non-attendance due to personal choice, illness or injury).


Your student College card and tickets are not transferrable – i.e. you cannot lend it to anyone else to get into the venue.

Please note the following changes regarding refunds and ticket transfers:

  • The ability to transfer a ticket has been removed.
  • The ability to receive a refund up to 48 hours before an event has been removed.

For more information, please see our updated Purchasing Terms & Conditions.

Bringing guests to the SU

Please note that due to COVID-19 safety measures, no guests are currently allowed within the Union Venue.

COVID-19 entry requirements

As well as bringing your Royal Holloway College Card and photographic proof of age ID, you'll also need to show proof of one of the below, preferably via the NHS COVID Pass:

DOUBLE VACCINATION - you received your second COVID-19 vaccine at least 14 whole days ago (or 14 whole days after one dose of the Janssen vaccine).


NEGATIVE TEST - a negative lateral flow or PCR test taken in the 48 hours prior to the event.


NATURAL IMMUNITY - evidenced by a positive PCR test result for COVID-19, lasting for 180 days from the date of the positive test and following completion of the self-isolation period.

If you live, or were vaccinated in, an overseas country, we will also be accepting EU (EU Digital COVID Certificate) and USA (CDC card) vaccine certificates.


An NHS COVID Pass shows your coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination details or test results.

You can get a digital version using the NHS App or using the online NHS COVID Pass service. You can download it as a PDF or get it sent to you in an email.

Please note, the COVID-19 vaccination card that you receive after your vaccine is not considered acceptable proof of vaccination.

Find out more

If you are unable to use the NHS COVID Pass, or either of the additional certificates listed above, you will need to provide proof of a negative lateral flow test, reported and demonstrated via a text message or email from the NHS self-report tool. The test needs to be taken in the 48 hours prior to the event.

Lateral flow testing

The on-campus, asymptomatic testing site is now closed but you can still take a lateral flow test (LFT) by ordering home test kits from the NHS. If you're living in halls, you can collect your ordered test kits from Founder's West (FW40) from 10:00-13:00 or 13:30-18:00. We strongly encourage you to take two LFTs a week to help protect our campus community.

Cashless campus

All of our venues are cashless and will remain so in the 2021/22 academic year. We are aware that when starting university, some of you will not yet have a bank account and if you’re an international student, you may not have a UK bank account when you arrive in the UK to study. To facilitate this, all students will be able to top up their College card account before arriving on campus, using Upay. 


As your Students' Union, we're keen to promote equality of opportunity for people with disabilities and to take the necessary steps to meet their requirements - that's why we've ensured that everything we do is accessible to as many of you as possible.

All of our venues are wheelchair accessible via shallow ramps; you can find out more about our venues and view our AccessAble pages by heading to our Accessibility page.

If you or someone you know requires access to special facilities, please email and our friendly team will do their best to meet your needs.

Purchasing terms and conditions

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