Sun 2nd June 1:45pm
Book Tickets
£ 12.50

ROBB JOHNSON: Robb Johnson says he’s just a bloke with a guitar. He is. But he’s one who has chronicled our times: painting the less-than-sunny political landscape in the moonlight of the personal. Just like a folk singer should.

“Britain’s finest songwriter since Richard Thompson”– Venue
“An English original”
 – Robin Denselow, The Guardian

He has played pubs, clubs, pavements, pickets & benefits, arts centres & festivals, local radio, BBC Radio 3 & 4, Belgian Radio 1, Nicaraguan TV & Channel 4, the Albert Hole in Bristol &, as part of Roy Bailey’s concert, the Albert Hall in London.

Robb will be celebrating the release of his new album, Pennypot Lane…

“January 2024 looked endless; I needed to do some recording to cheer myself up. The studio I usually use was booked all month, but before the disasters of Brexit & Covid I’d met pianist Yves Meerschaut in Gent, and he’d shown me his recording studio, Room 13, and that did have a couple of days free in January…

I decided to make a record of old songs that other people have liked, and / or that I play differently now, and/or that haven’t appeared on vinyl before.” Robb Johnson


Doors open 1.45pm. Music starts 2.30pm. 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!