+ Colour Me Wednesday + Robin Ince
Entry Requirements: Under 18's must be accompanied
Hailed as the political voice of a generation, singer-songwriter Grace Petrie has emerged in recent years as one of British folk's most powerful new stars.
A vocal powerhouse with a truly exceptional gift for lyricism, she articulates life, love and the modern struggle with often blistering honesty, while the warmth and wit of her delivery has charmed audiences both sides of the Atlantic.
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Don’t forget, ticket holders can receive 15% off food for their table at our neighbourhood restaurant, Bush Hall Dining Rooms, two doors down from the venue. Please call 0208 749 0731 to reserve a table/ email firstname.lastname@example.org, or just turn up and they will do their best to find you a spot.
Feminist DIY punk/indie pop band based in West London fronted by the Doveton sisters. Their debut album 'I thought it was morning' was released on Discount Horse records over summer 2013 and in summer 2014 they released a 10 song split record with Spoonboy (Washington, DC) on Lauren Records and toured the East Coast of America promoting the album. Including performances at New York's Popfest and Plan-it-x Fest. Have previously played with the likes of Kate Nash, Waxahatchee, Laura Stevenson, Grace Petrie and The Darling Buds. In 2016 they self recorded and co-released their EP 'Anyone and Everyone' on KROD Records (FR) and Wiener Records (US) and their own label, Dovetown.
Colour Me Wednesday have just been announced to support Sub Pop's LVL UP on their UK tour and are heading into the studio to record their long-awaited second album as well as appearing at many UK festivals.