London Communion – Sunday 4th June 2017
Emmy’s style of dream pop alongside her new track ‘Honey’ is making waves and fast gaining recognition as one to watch.
Described as “a myriad of influences”, Kryer’s music tackles big topics in intricate and intimate lyrics. We’re looking forward to bearing witness in Notting Hill.
With debut track ‘Taste It’ gaining praise from Apple Music and Vinyl Noise, and a fierce debut video with Vevo, we are excited to see what Ulysses Wells get up to in 2017.
The young Australian singer-songwriter’s recent Same Kind Of Different EP has received great reviews and fans from all over the world. He’s continuing his brilliant live run by joining us on the 4th June.
With "rich, open-hearted anthems that believe in the strength of fragility" we can't wait to hear the live set. “I want our music to just get straight to the point of things,” says singer Carina Bragg.
Indie rock four piece, Stereo Honey are this month’s headliners. A London band that have started making waves online with the dream like track ‘When No One Knows Your Name’ they create an atmosphere that completely encapsulates the listener in their crafted melodious world.
We have booths set aside for private bookings for every event. Feel free to get in touch by calling the club on 020 7460 4459 or email us to find out more information.
Please remember to bring your photo ID when coming to the Notting Hill Arts Club. You will be asked for it at the door regardless of your age.
A special night dedicated to the best in 90s // 00s // RnB // Hip Hop, Old Skool Gara...
Notting Hill Arts Club Presents:90210The 90s and 00s Throwback PartyEvery Friday Nigh...
Restless Funk return for their monthly night at the Notting Hill Arts Club, every fou...
LIVE MUSICCheck us out on Facebook by clicking hereJORDS awaited second EP is due to...
TEMPO+FLOW returns to the Notting Hill Arts ClubThursday 3rd MayDOORS FROM 7pmAr...