Join us for a night of mulled wine, Christmas jumpers and live performances from LOZT, George Pelham and Kelly Donovan.
The event is fundraising for the charity Just Enough UK whose mission is to help every child in the UK make sense of the difficult subjects in the world today. Touching upon subjects that are not in the UK school curriculum, they focus on Modern Day Slavery, Radicalisation, the Environment, Hate Crime and Inclusion. Their aim is to give children fun and informative workshops based on the subject matter and inspire children to make the world a better place. One person can make a change!
LOZT is a transatlantic folk pop duo, hailing from Orange County, California and Cambridge, UK. Lauren Scudder and Tom Ryder come together to create songs with witty lyrics and soaring harmonies. Expect plenty of chemistry, plenty of emotion, and more than a few laughs.
“Tom’s British charm and quirky lyrics fused with Lauren’s American soul and R&B vibes creates pure magic” — KELDON MUSIC
“LOZT marries together two sensational voices. The songwriting is heartfelt, clever and genuinely entertaining. Their live show can make you laugh and cry; Tom and Lauren are great to listen to and great to watch. The chemistry between the two of them, and between them and the audience, is electric” — BAXT
“Devastatingly good” — TRAIT 8
George Pelham is a singer/songwriter from London, whose influences range from Prince to Curtis Mayfield. He has supported acts such as Rizzle Kicks and Bluey Robinson, held a 4 month residency at Ronnie Scott's and played Latitude festival last summer. He recently sold out his first headline show at the Cellar in Earl's Court, and is set to release his debut single early next year.
Kelly Donovan is a London based singer-songwriter, whose songs tend to focus around her own personal experiences. With American roots, Kelly is currently in the process of diving into the UK Country scene and is working on her debut track at present. She will never be seen without her keyboard or acoustic guitar to accompany her sentimental set.