The Slaughtered Lamb

The Slaughtered Lamb
34–35 Great Sutton Street, London, EC1V 0DX
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Self-penned electronica and soul is performed by this London-based singer-songwriter.

Thu 27 Apr

£6 / 020 7253 1516

Bob Dylan Night

Various artists covers songs by the legendary singer-songwriter.

Sat 20 May

£8 / 020 7253 1516

Brona Mcvittie

The singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist performs her folk originals which mix harp,

Fri 19 May

£8 / 020 7253 1516

Carrie Elkin

The singer-songwriter from Austin, Texas, performs her folk and country numbers alongside her husband, Danny Schmidt.

Wed 31 May

£12.50 / 020 7253 1516

Derrin Nauendorf

Acoustic folk guitarist and singer-songwriter, now on to album number 10, entitled Crazy World.

Fri 1 Dec

Eleanor McEvoy

The Dublin-born singer-songwriter, famous for the song Only A Woman's Heart, brings her contemporary pop to the stage.

Fri 12 May

£16.50 / 020 7253 1516

Eleanor McEvoy

Top selling Irish singer/songwriter.

Fri 12 May

Emma Stevens

The Surrey-based singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist plays folky pop and country.

Fri 2 Jun

£15.40 / 020 7253 1516


The three-piece comprising of Bellowhead's Benji Kirkpatrick, Bellowhead/Belshazzar's Feast's Paul Sartin and Waterson Carthy and Kings Of Calicutt's Saul Rose performs a selection of its contemporary folk numbers.

Thu 6 Apr

£14 / 020 7253 1516

Hamilton Loomis

Born and raised in Galveston, Texas, Loomis is the son of musician parents who listened to blues, rock and soul. Music ran in his veins and, with instruments readily available around the house, he picked up drums, piano, guitar and harmonica, honing his multi-instrumental talent in addition to performing regularly as part…

Fri 28 Jul

£13.20 / 020 7253 1516

Lisa Mills

Southern singer steeped in the Mississippi blues.

Thu 6 Jul

£13.75 / 020 7253 1516

Lisbee Stainton + Lauren April + The Bronze

The English Rose with the 8-string guitar! GRAHAM NORTON - "Very beautiful, enchanting and deeply poignant, just beautiful". THE TIMES - "Bound for glory. Exquisite traditional songwriting". TOM ROBINSON - "A serious young talent". SETH LAKEMAN - "Fantastic". THE INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY - "Cultured folk pop". This girl is…

Louis Brennan

Contemporary folk with a twist of black humour from this Dublin-born, now London resident, singer-songwriter. Support from Tom Hyatt and Peter Levics.

Thu 11 May

£8 / 020 7253 1516

Low Chimes & Pete Roe

The band plays folk, rock and blues with the introduction of synths, samples and other electronics.

Sat 8 Apr

£8.50 / 020 7253 1516


Lydia Clowes and Teresa Origone from London perform their indie-pop originals. Support from Alex Ohm, Hazel Iris and Autumn Music.

Thu 13 Apr

£5 / 020 7253 1516

Ned Roberts

Critically acclaimed acoustic folk singer-songwriter.

Wed 29 Mar

£10 / 020 7253 1516

Preston Reed

This New York-born virtuoso guitarist performs in a wide variety of styles, including blues, rock, metal, funk, jazz and classical.

Sat 22 Apr

£15 / 020 7253 1516

Preston Reed

Fusing blues, folk, funk and jazz to create aural pictures of Americana, the Girvan-based American is widely recognised as one of the world's most gifted acoustic guitarists.

Sat 22 Apr

£16.50 / 020 7253 1516

Riley Pearce

The singer-songwriter from Australia brings his pop originals to the UK's stages. Support from Bobby Pearce, Martha Bailey and Luke James Williams.

Sun 2 Apr

£5 / 020 7253 1516

Sailing Stones

Performing as Sailing Stones, Dublin-born singer-songwriter Jenny Lindfors brings folk-flavoured soft rock originals to the stage. Genevieve Dawson supports.

Sat 29 Apr

£7 / 020 7253 1516

Storm The Palace

Folk-pop is the chosen genre of these five musicians from Edinburgh, fronted by chanteuse Sophie Dodds.

Sat 6 May

£5 / 020 7253 1516

Threepenny Bit

A traditional ceilidh accompanied by classical Scottish music by the band.

Sun 7 May

£9 / 020 7253 1516

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