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  • Styx Bar 5 Ashley Road London N17 9LJ (map)

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Every Thursday we are delighted to be at the sensational Styx, right beside Tottenham Hale Station. With three fantastic acts each week and delicious pizza from Loven, come and enjoy the Styx garden and venue with us.


Apple of my Eye are a folk band from Bristol, now living in London UK. Their music is a blend of influences drawn from English folk and storytelling, using intriguing, lyrically rich songs with multi-part vocal harmonies and traditional folk instruments. Their charismatic shows can be found around London and at festivals.

Their new album Seven Tides is released on CD and digital download on Pear O’ Legs Records.

"a work of considerable wit and imagination ... totally unique, quite unlike anything else you’ll hear this year" — Folk Radio UK

"These are more than songs sung to tunes ... there’s an unvarying, symbiotic fusion as vocals and instruments feed off each other to create songs with space and depth." — Folk Words

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The Trad Academy Sea Shanty Choir is a non-audition community choir based in London, celebrating traditional maritime work songs as well as contemporary songs of the sea. With an inclusive ethos, choir members range in age from 18 to 75 and comprise many different nationalities.

Formed in 2014 by sailor and musician Pete Truin, The Trad Academy Sea Shanty Choir have collaborated with Keith Kendrick & Sylvia Needham, Firefly Burning, Jim Radford and The Ballina Whalers. They have performed at the V&A museum, Museum of London Docklands, Southbank Centre, High-Tide festival and Les Festival du Chant de Marin in Paimpol, Brittany.

In 2015 they released their debut album Maiden Voyage with sold out shows at the Round Chapel and Wilton’s Music Hall. 2016 looks to be another busy year with the choir bound for Scandinavia on their second international festival appearance, performing at the Baltic Shanty Festival in the Aland Islands. In addition to this, July will see them return to Wilton’s Music Hall for two nights, working with acclaimed writer, director and actor, James Burke-Dunsmore on a retelling of the The Rime of the Ancient Mariner.

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Since beginning her musical career in 2013, 18 year old Emi McDade's music has taken her travelling throughout the UK. After being voted Gloucestershire Solo Artist of the Year 2014, the young indie/folk singer-songwriter has performed on stages such as BBC Introducing, Ronnie Scott's, Guildhall, The Bedford and many others, headlining the Acoustic Stage of Dot to Dot Festival, as well as supporting artists such as JP Cooper, Mike Dignam, Fiona Bevan, Kal Lavelle, Toyah Willcox, Josienne Clarke & Ben Walker, Billy Lockett, (catch Emi supporting Laurence Fox on his 'Holding Patterns' tour this May!) and performed alongside artists such as Jasmine Thompson. With her recent singles 'Faith' and 'Illusions', Emi has received extensive radio play throughout the UK, Australia and America (as well as regular play on BBC and BBC Introducing), became a featured artist on Noel Edmund's new radio 'Positively Talented', and became a finalist in 2015 Song Academy Young Songwriter of the Year and 2015 Rock The House.

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Entry is £5 on the door, or £4 if you post on the facebook event wall

Doors from 7pm

Music 8 - 11pm

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