Railway Roots Night is on holiday in August - neatly arranged to fit in between Reem Kelani on 28th July and Philip Jeays on 1st September, so you haven't really got too long to wait!
Railway Roots Night means:
Who could ask for more?
Performers will include both a (paid) guest, and a featured (unpaid) support act, so consequently floor spots need to be booked in advance - email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in doing a support act.
Admission is on the basis of first-come, first-served on the night. The minimum cost of entry is £7 per person; but if you are not unwaged / a student / skint for other reasons / a floor performer, a voluntary donation over and above that sum would be much appreciated.
The resident is Robb Johnson (thoroughgoing singer-songwriter). Floor performers are very welcome.
"And isn't it funny the excitement generated by the raffle? Like me, buying a ticket for £1, so I can win a bag of sweets that are worth £1, that I don't want, in order 2give 2my son, who I don't want 2eat them, yet I'm excited and delighted when I win!" (Jo Chedgey)
Thursday 1st September : Philip Jeays
Philip Jeays writes and performs songs in a style close to the tradition of French chanson but in the English language. His main influences are Jacques Brel and Jake Thackray.