Folk On worked this venue very well considering how small it is. I know the gig was sold out well in advance. The audience participation and joyous, inclusive nature of the bands performance made this a brilliant and hilarious night out in Londontown.
St Pancras Old Church
Photo: RP Marks
Time Out says
Posted: Fri Oct 11 2013
This working church is one of the oldest sites of worship in Britain. It's also among London's most spectacular intimate venues, thanks to a packed gig calendar and a white-and-gold interior with a capacity of just 120.
What's on at St Pancras Old Church
Pop, Indie rock, New wave and post-punk, Punk and hardcore, Alternative rock
- Critics' choice
Former Vulgarians sisters Colette and Hannah Thurlow return with their new project, which veers from glowering post-punk to moody, reverbed goth-pop. Imagine a pared-back Warpaint.
Indie rock, Rock 'n' roll
Joyous, spiky, lo-fi indie pop from the headliners, who launch their Fortuna Pop debut 'Do What You Want To, It's What You Should Do' at this intimate church gig.
Shifty-looking London four-piece Palace make a generic but nice enough indie noise, with the requisite shimmery guitars, throaty vocals and harmonies.
Pop and rock
The Wolverhampton singer-songwriter – he of the ethereal and whispy voice – finally returns to promote his new album 'What the Night Delivers'. It's actually LP number four: the others managed to slip under the radar somewhat, though no doubt he'll also...
- Critics' choice
In 1968, after a brief burst of fame, folk-pop singer Bunyan left London in a horse-drawn wagon and moved to the Outer Hebrides. She retired from music altogether three years later, becoming one of folk music's lost cult figures – until her bewitching...