The House of St Barnabas Sessions Presents: Jordan Mackampa // Jazz Morley

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The House of St Barnabas

1 Greek St

Soho Square

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W1D 4NQ

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Killing Moon are back at The House of St Barnabas with another set of shows for November

Jordan Mackampa - Described as a troubadour, after the eye of Beats’ Julie Adenuga for his debut single Same Faces, he has only gained more attention and support from the likes of NME, CLASH, The 405, Mahogany & BBC introducing just to name a few. Over the Past year Jordan has sold out 3 headline shows in London, played support slots at Village Underground, Shepherds Bush Empire and Hyde park for Tom Petty & Stevie Nicks British Summer Time, whilst packing out stages and venues at such festivals as Barn on the Farm, The Great Escape, Bushstock, Live at Leeds and 110 Above.

Jazz Morley - Bournemouth based singer-songwriter Jazz Morley is making waves with her beautiful soul-influenced electronica, gaining reference to the likes of Jessie Ware, Lana Del Rey and Sia. Her music has gained critical acclaim in the UK and internationally including Nylon, Billboard, Line Of Best Fit and Clash as well as broad support across BBC Radio 2 and play listed at Radio 1 as Introducing Record of The Week. This summer has seen her sell out shows in London and on the South Coast as well as take to the stage at Hyde Park British Summer Time, Kew Gardens supporting Jools Holland and most recently The Royal Albert Hall supporting Rodrigues.


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Regrettably, due to the nature of our building, there is limited disabled access. There is some information available on our website, but please do email contact@hosb.org.uk for any further detail.

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The House of St Barnabas is a charity whose vision is to create a future where lasting work is a reality for people affected by homelessness and social exclusion. Participants in our Employment Academy are given work placements throughout our not-for-profit members' club, enabling them to gain valuable work experience in a vibrant, inclusive and culturally driven space and City&Guilds awards in Hospitality and Employability.

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The House of St Barnabas

1 Greek St

Soho Square

London

W1D 4NQ

United Kingdom

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