Thursday, May 25th, 2017, 8pm

Hattie Briggs with Jasmine Scott Neale

supported by Emi McDade

Entry £10, members £8, NUS card holders £4. Tickets on the door or

Hattie Briggs with Jasmine Scott Neale

"The British singer-songwriter Hattie Briggs has recorded her second album 'Young Runaway'. With her beautiful voice, clarity and enthusiasm, the singer captivates her audience from the first track to the last. All the eleven songs on the album are convincing and she knows exactly how to hold the attention of the listener. With her beautiful harmonies, moody cellos and a mix of up tempo songs, it all seems to add up to a great whole. "Young Runaway" combines the best from the worlds of folk and singer-songwriter. What a beautiful album." - Rudolf van der Ree

"What a delight this second album of Hattie Briggs is. From start to finish it is a wonderful display of singing, songwriting and musicianship.... this is a seriously talented young lady" - Mel Pitts: Shire Folk

‘Young Runaway’, the sophomore album from British artist Hattie Briggs, is an epic masterpiece". - Lisa Hafey, Essentially Pop

Emi McDade

Since beginning in 2013, 19 year old singer-songwriter Emi McDade's music has taken her travelling throughout the UK. The young Best of British nominee has performed on stages such as BBC Introducing, Ronnie Scott's and many others. She headlined the Acoustic Stage of the Dot to Dot Festival, and has supported many established artists such as Toyah Willcox. With her recent singles 'Faith' and 'Illusions', Emi has received extensive radio play throughout the UK, Australia and America. She performed in session on the Dermot O'Leary Show on BBC2, and became a featured artist on Noel Edmund's radio show 'Positively Talented'.

5 mins from Hillingdon underground

c/o Uxbridge Royal Naval Association

388b Long Lane, Hillingdon, UB10 9PG

Tel: 01895 230071