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Lotte Mullan

LONDON: St Pancras Old Church

THU 2ND OCT, 2014 Doors @ 7.30pm, Music starts 8pm

£12.50 + £1.25 Booking fee = £13.75

20 tickets available

All ages

PLEASE NOTE: This event will be taking place at our alternative home for the evening: ST PANCRAS OLD CHURCH, (London NW1 1UL)


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"It's absolutely brilliant.....he's found his voice!" Bob Harris, BBC Radio 2

Henry's solo London debut concert, at the Green Note gig in March 2014 (to launch his latest album) sold out months earlier, so he's very much looking forward to returning to the capital to play at the beautiful St Pancras Old Church on October 2nd.
In 2009, Henry (who wrote all those hits for The Christians in the 80's, and Yachts' songs in the 70's) reinvented himself as a singer-songwriter, and released his debut solo CD "The Chronicles of Modern Life" to critical acclaim, and singles from the album (including "Grey's The New Blonde") made it onto the Radio 2 playlist.
Proper Records have released the new album, "The Last Mad Surge of Youth", and it's garnering Henry the best reviews he's had in 36 years of releasing records.
Here's what they say about the new album:

UnCut: 8/10 "...compares favourably to Ray Davies. These are heart-warming self-assured songs from a man confidently declaring that he's not done yet"

R2: **** "Clever crafted songwriting...full of proper tunes & grown-up words...a clever, wily, literate writer"

Q: ***"It's all bound by Priestman's songwriterly craft: some things age cannot whither"

New Zealand, Sunday Star Times ****1/2 (CD of the Week) : "unique clarity, and honesty..."

Classic Pop: **** "A lovingly crafted album...his fourth act might be his best"

New Zealand, The Dominion Post ****: "Priestman occupies the territory somewhere between Ray Davies' sardonic take on life and Nick Lowe's sly humour"...

£12.50 + £1.25 Booking fee = £13.75

20 tickets available

All ages