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Doors at 7:30
Show starts : 8:30


Tonight we have 5 fantastic original artists performing live in the Club Room


Sabrina Kennedy was credited earlier this year with ’endearingly sincere songs, an unashamedly belting pop voice and shitloads of confidence’.

With a voice drawing the line from Aguilera back to Joplin, Kennedy’s live performances bring something rare: a real singer, taking audiences on a forceful, impassioned ride.

Taking leave of her native Boston, and teenage years singing the national anthem to baseball stadiums, she spent summer 2018 in London recording her EP ‘Killing the Curse’ (a nod to her her beautiful-and-damned namesakes).

Her songwriting boldly places a Hollywood ballad like ‘Chanel Red’ alongside defiant electro anthems (‘Good Girl Bad Girl’) and irresistible – with a hint of irony – pop tunes (‘Leave You In The Morning’).

Her first recordings featured on MTV when Sabrina appeared on ‘Real World’. She appears in the horror thriller ‘Habit’ directed by Johnny Hickey, released in US theatres early in 2019, and on Netflix in the UK.

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London based singer songwriter Chris Haddon mixes blues, soul, alt rock/pop to give you an original new sound.

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Originally from North Wales, singer, song writer and multi instrumentalist Martyn Peters is now firmly a resident of London and is currently promoting his debut album Veins.

The record features ten original tracks written and arranged by Martyn, Veins follows themes of love, loss, optimism, friendship, social interactions and relationships.

Since its release Martyn has been played on BBC 6Music by Steve Lamacq, BBC Radio Wales by Adam Walton and numerous international, national and local radio stations such as Radio Caroline, Radio Wigwam, Ridge Radio, Radio Wandsworth, Radio Deeside, Quasar Radio, U and I Radio and Shoreditch Radio.
He has performed support for Amy Wadge (Ed Sheeran – Thinking Out Loud) performed on the main stage at the FOCUS Wales festival supporting Bill Ryder-Jones and Boy Azooga, supported Tommy Scott (SPACE – Female of the Species) and performed at some of the most iconic music venues in London such as The Half Moon in Putney, The Camden Assembly, The Bedford and the Dublin Castle.

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This piano led indie rock/pop initiative utilizes soaring melodies, intricate rhythms, faith fueled lyrics and bucket loads of energy to create a sonic experience that hits hard. With their debut EP currently in the works and set to be released early this year, Earl Gray Collective is out to make a their mark in 2019.

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Sorrel has opened for the likes of John Otway, folk legend Martin Carthy and Canadian Vocal Group of 2009, Madison Violet.

Writing songs with a passion and maturity beyond her years, Sorrel’s bewitching voice is an eclectic mix of Norah Jones and Priscilla Ahn, with a splash of Shelby Lynn and Aretha thrown in for good measure.

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