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Tonight’s show is £6.00 + processing fee online, £8.00 at the door —  there is a ticket link below.

We are excited to be starting live music properly back at The Bedford!

If you can’t make it in person then the live stream can be accessed via our Facebook page www.facebook.com/thebedfordpub

Doors open at 7:00pm – Full menu available

This evening we have live music from:

With supporting Acts:




Izzy is a Singer/ Songwriter from the West Midlands based in London. Growing up in a musical household she draws Influences from a wide range of artists such as Alanis Morissette, Bush, Damien Rice and Mazzy Star. Izzy will be releasing her debut single in March and will continue to release throughout the year accompanied by shows at some of London’s staple venues including Strongroom Bar and The Half Moon.



Ever since he was a child, it was clear that music was firmly in Tadhg Daly’s makeup. Coming from an enormous family based in Jersey & Ireland, many of his relatives were keen musicians and actors, which made it easy for him to grow creatively in his early years. Picking up the trumpet at the age of nine, he was hooked on creating and performing music, something that he kept up until a sports injury changed his life forever.

When he was thirteen, he broke his leg during a football match, which left him in a cast for eight months. With not much else to do except delve further into his musical passions, he began to grow a taste for rock and punk music. By the time he returned to school, he had fully embraced the alternative scene and began to perform in a number of local bands doing the rounds. Something his old friends didn’t understand and so he began to hang out with people more interested in his newfound obsession. But this new persona he had taken on made him a target at school and eventually led to him dropping out.

Things never got much easier after that. Feeling despondent and an outsider in his own community, he found himself a part of the wrong crowd and quickly developed a drug dependency by the age of sixteen. With no purpose or path to follow, he fell deeper and deeper into a depression, which fed his habit and left him heading in and out of hospital continuously.

At eighteen, living in squats and on the floors of users’ homes, the drugs finally took their toll and he had a complete psychotic breakdown. Although traumatic, this was the  moment in which his life began to turn around. His addiction was now his passion for songwriting and he began to rediscover his old self and rebuild his relationship with his family.

After a number of years of sobriety and building momentum with his hometown audience, he headed to London to find his place and learn the musicians craft. This led to the release of his first EP, and first taste of attention from major media such as  BBC Radio 1 and Radio Scotland, and gave him the opportunity to play a number of major festivals  alongside support shows with James Morrison and James Blunt and touring through Europe.

Following the promotion and experience of his first commercial output, and with the confidence of finding his voice and focusing his talents, Tadhg became studious to the songwriting cause and throughout 2020 when the world was in lockdown he holed himself up in an East London studio. Between heavy periods of government control his room became a revolving door of the capital’s brightest songwriter and producer talent with the resulting work distilled in a new EP and prolific archive of songs.

As we move into 2021, with the machinery in place for his career to develop he is quickly becoming one of the most talked about new artists of the moment.



Having grown up in Jersey and the Caribbean, Sam Walwyn developed a sound rich with his experiences, blending indie-folk and alt-pop, tinted with flamenco influences. His curiosity for different musical cultures influenced his songwriting and use of rhythm.

Before joining the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester, Sam spent six months travelling, writing, gigging and he also learnt flamenco guitar alongside a maestro based in Australia. Only one year into his studies, Sam fell seriously ill and had to go back home to Jersey. Before he could walk, or even talk properly again, he found he was able to play his guitar and began writing every day.

Sam took this time to develop his sound and started uploading live clips and short films to Instagram with his lo-fi bedroom demos behind them. Early support from fans attracted the interest from local promoters leading Sam to open for Gabrielle Aplin and share the stage with Newton Faulkner.

Sam’s debut singles “For You”, released in 2020, received significant traction, gaining over 400k streams, being featured on two major Spotify editorial playlists ‘Easy’ and ‘Your Coffee Break’, and was picked up by the BBC Introducing as ‘Track of the Week’.

After releasing his second single “Clutter”, which was again selected as ‘Track of the Week’ by the Introducing team, Sam started posting on TikTok, sharing guitar melodies and originals. One of his posts went viral, reaching more than 6 million views and helping build an audience of more than 100k followers.

In February 2021 he was selected to represent the Channel Island on a BBC introducing collaborative song that has been supported by Radio 1, and was selected as ‘2021 One To Watch’ artist by the BBC Channel Islands.

Sam’s debut EP ‘How Would I Know’ is out now on all streaming platforms.

Find out more here!