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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:

8:00pm FAWNe


9:30pm h.eldritch


8:00pm FAWNe

Fawne is a singer/ song writer who also plays guitar and piano. Her debut single Colours is out on the 23rd of April followed by the music video. The EP will launch in due course. She has been working with producer Hugh Fothergill for the last 2 years crafting her songs. Fawne has been dedicated to streaming regularly through out the pandemic to keep in touch with her fanbase. Prior to lockdown she was performing across the south east at least 3 times a week with a group of various different musicians. In September she got taken on by Busk In London and was able to play at various different locations across the city such as Wembley Arena, Greenwhich Peninsular and Camden Market. Fawne and Hugh recently travelled down to Essex to perform a set at the venue ‘Hot Box’ which was live streamed for their YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook and website.

Find out more here!




Since the release of his debut album Veins in 2017 Welsh solo artist Martyn Peters has achieved a number of remarkable milestones. Stand out moments include receiving radio play from none other the Steve Lamacq on BBC Radio 6 Music, supporting Grammy Award winner Amy Wadge, playing two sold out shows at the iconic Camden Assembly in London and performing at the FOCUS Wales Showcase.

His songs talk about love, loss and relationships in a way that is imminently relatable to the listener and are full of infectious melodies delivered with complete honesty and sincerity.
2019 will be a busy year for Martyn as he embarks on a U.K tour in February and heads to the studio in April to begin work on new material for release in May 2019.


9:30pm h.eldritch

The dark bird drifted with the wind never wanting to plant its feet.
h. eldritch is a restless project by singer, songwriter and producer Harry Houseago, existing on the fringes of indie folk, dirty electronica and ambient music.

With little regard for genre or convention, his debut EP ‘Trouble Enough Will Find Us’ (produced with Tim Morris (Enter Shikari) and mastered by Dick Beetham (Alt-J, Seth Lakeman) flew in the face of all expectations of an indie-folk singer songwriter.
His unmistakable sound and thrilling live show won him the opening slot on the main stage of the Bath Festival 70th Anniversary – on the same stage headlined by Paloma Faith and Robert Plant.

In September of last year, h. eldritch held a COVID-safe sold out show here at the Bedford before lockdown struck again – and we are thrilled to be bringing him back!

These songs can be tender, childlike, beguiling, or replete with downbeat humour – but ultimately, they are all optimistic. Which might be just what we need right now.