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LIVE AT THE BEDFORD

We are excited to be starting live music back at The Bedford again, however, due to the Covid-19 situation, we have had to make some fundamental changes to the way the evenings run in order to make sure the environment is safe for everyone.

Tonight’s show is FREE entry, but everyone needs to book in advance – there will be a ticket link below – Sadly we have limited capacity and no ability for people to walk in and stand, everyone needs to have a seat, There will of course be a full menu and table service throughout the night to look after you all.

For anyone unable to make it in person we will be streaming the show live (our 17th year of live streaming) via the Facebook page – www.facebook.com/thebedfordpub

Doors open at 7pm and we ask everyone to come early enough and stay long enough to enjoy all the performances, as we are unable to use a table for other people if you arrive late, leave early or aren’t able to make it. Due to tier 2 regulations, you can only have one household or support bubble per table. Thank you for understanding.

This evening we have live music from:

7:30pm KITTY MONTAGUE

8:30pm ZOE WREN

 

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7:30pm KITTY MONTAGUE


Emerging singer-songwriter Kitty Montague, fuses savvy pop sensibilities and a vocal drenched with soul influences. Her honest, open and provocative writing draws on an empathetic understanding of the human condition – universally relatable situations, emotions and complexities, poetically exposed.

The arresting talent of Kitty Montague has led her to recent accomplishments such as supporting Gabrielle Aplin for Banquet Records, as well as performing with Sofar Sounds and Secret Sessions. The London-based artist is already turning heads in the music space, receiving tastemaker support from Notion, FMS Magazine, Music Crowns and BBC Music Introducing.

Find out more here!

 


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8:30pm ZOE WREN


Zoë Wren developed her craft as a London Underground busker, before being invited to play shows from the Cambridge Folk Festival to opening for Ralph McTell. Powerful and pervasive, her songs hook you from the first line, with a voice that is ‘clear and shivers with silver’. Zoë’s music draws on the unorthodox harmonies of Joni Mitchell and the candid storytelling of Tracy Chapman and has been heard on BBC Radio 2 and London Live. Fatea magazine described her last release as a ‘refreshingly bold’ take on traditional folk themes.

Zoë has also appeared on The One Show, BBC One, promoting her work with music and dementia for charity Live Music Now. A previous winner of the PRS Lynsey de Paul Prize, Zoë’s upcoming album is supported by grants from the Alan Surtees Trust and the Drake YolanDa Award, as well as the generous contributions of her fast-growing community on Twitch.TV, where she live streams weekly and has recently been made a Twitch Partner.

Find out more here!


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