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The House of St Barnabas Sessions Presents: // Sonia Stein // Ralph Taylor...

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Killing Moon brings you performances from rising singer and songwriter Sonia Stein. Back with her new gorgeous pop offering ‘Party’, produced by Ben Jones (Kelly Rowland, Tinie Tempah, Mary J Blige). Remixes will be incoming from celebrated producer Tobtok and Charles Jay on February 8th 2018. ‘Party’ tells the story of a personal experience Sonia had a few years ago when a guy she was seeing totally cut off contact one day after an intense 2-month relationship. In her own words, 'Party is about wanting an explanation,

Ralph Taylor - 20 Year Old London based artist, Ralph Taylor has his own brand of raw, honest and infectious pop music. His live sets are brimming with funk energy which is delivered courtesy of his talented 4 piece band. With a series of strong singles under his belt and even stronger releases to come under indie label, Casual Record Club, Ralph is one to watch for 2019

Hattie Whitehead - Richmond-born singer-songwriter released her debut EP Home, which led to radio play on the BBC and Amazing Radio, and a sell-out gig at St Pancras Old Church in London. Since, she has performed at a raft of festivals such as Latitude, Secret Garden Party, Wilderness, Field Day and Cambridge Folk Festival, supported the likes of Beth Rowley, and won the third prize in Glastonbury's Emerging Talent Competition.

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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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