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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.

Tonights 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 steaming) 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. Thank you for understanding

This evening we have live music from:

8:30pm h. eldritch


(Free) Ticket Link


h. eldritch

8:30pm h. eldritch

h. eldritch is a restless soul.

Crafting delicate indie folk and weaving in threads of electronic and ambient music, listening to his songs is like reading from the cryptic and mysterious diary of a stranger.

Building a bed of atmospheric ambient sound that hangs still in the air around intricate and graceful guitar, his voice penetrates and soars above it all like a lost bird.

His unmistakable sound won him an opening slot on the main stage of the Bath Festival 70th Anniversary headlined by Paloma Faith and Robert Plant, and his debut EP ‘Trouble Enough Will Find Us’ was produced with Tim Morris (Enter Shikari) and mastered by Dick Beetham (Alt-J, Seth Lakeman).

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.

Find Out More HERE




Charlotte has made a name for herself as a London Street Artist, charming the ears of locals and tourists alike. Through glorious summers and bitterly cold winters, she can be found sharing her original music with crowds along the Southbank.

Her street performances have lead to so many wonderful opportunities including multiple Germany tours, gigs in Austria, France and Switzerland as well as festival slots at Cornbury and Glastonbury.

Building an online fanbase through street art, Charlotte has released 3 albums. Her singles “Streets of London” and “Songbird” have gained attention from Mark Forest’s BBC Introducing, as well as having her single “Free The Night” featured and named official song of London’s Night Tube.

As a teenager, Campbell attended the prestigious BRIT School in South London and went on to study songwriting at the Institute of Contemporary Music Performance. She began busking in between her degree and her next step and fell in love with the art of street performance; she found a stage on London’s pavements and continues to use that as her main platform for promoting her music to new audiences. 

Find Out More HERE