Tue 19th November 7:00pm
Book Tickets
£ 15.00

JOHN ADAMS is a singer-songwriter hailing from Aberdare in the South Wales Valleys. With a reach in his tone to match Sam Smith and James Blunt he draws influences from the likes of honest songwriters such as James Morrison, Damien Rice and David Gray.

John combines his live organic sound and impressive vocal ability with a minimal electronic production to make a sound that is satisyfyingly different from the usual guitar wielding singer-songwriter. Marrying easy melodies with strong digital rhythms he’s created a collection of songs that arrive at a sweet spot between today’s pop and the traditional evocative folk he was raised on.

Growing up in poverty there was a strong emphasis on education. With his father’s words ‘Get good grades and you’ll get a good job’ echoing through his mind John went from School, to Uni and back to School again as a Mathematics Teacher. After 2 years the craving to be creative overrode the comfort of a secure job and he took the leap of faith to become a musician.

The gamble paid off and John has gone on to support household names, gain national radio play, perform sell out tours and reach a staggering amount of online listenerss


With support from KIAH LINDSAY

21-year-old singer-songwriter, Musician and Composer Kiah Lindsay recently arrived in London from rural West Wales. Her unique fusion of Indie Folk/Country and Soul highlights a ‘New Age Wales’: a breathtaking and intoxicating landscape full of rich heritage and culture.

Kiah’s first independent release came in 2022 with a “Holly Humberstone” inspired pop track titled, ‘KEEP BURNING’

Soon after, she got signed by Cwtch Records and began working on her very first, full length LP.

Kiah’s 2023 DEBUT ALBUM ‘Meet Me’ is an enchanting and honest story of self discovery. She discusses relationships, homesickness and coming of age.

Kiah takes inspiration on this record from artists like, (Ben Howard, John Mayer, Lizzy McAlpine and Phoebe Bridgers) along with her lifelong passion of ‘Theatre’. She encapsulates us in her storytelling much like the written works of Stephen Sondheim.



Doors open 7pm. Music starts 8.30pm. The venue is mixed seated and standing. Tables are limited and available on a first come first served basis so, if you’d like a seat, we recommend arriving early!