Roo Panes

Hear the ‘Britfolk pin-up’ singer-songwriter perform a set of profound and deeply personal songs at this intimate gig.

Since releasing his debut album Little Giant to critical acclaim, Roo Panes has racked up over 120 million plays on Spotify and 6 million YouTube views.

He has been described by Uncut as a ‘Britfolk pin up’, whose music ‘taps a deep well of folk heritage.’ Q Magazine has said Panes finds ‘a positive message in thoughts best left in the dark of night.’

His second album Paperweights, released in 2016, shows a matured and richer sound, but no less authentic.

Panes’ music is succinct, honest songwriting, from a place of deep personal expression, resonating with universal truths and values.

Support comes from singer-songwriter Rosie Carney.

Rosie Carney at the age of 22 is building on over 60 million Spotify streams and increasingly rave reviews. Mojo Magazine describes Carney’s music “haunting” and “the sound of a troubled soul finding her voice" while The Earmilk describes it as “astonishingly beautiful,” “delicate but unwavering.”

Originally born in Hampshire, England, Carney moved to Donegal on the northwest coast of Ireland at the age of 10. Continuously inspired by the rugged and picturesque landscapes of Ireland, Carney uses songwriting as constant in her ever-changing life. Carney’s long-awaited, deeply personal debut album album Bare is out now.

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Queen Elizabeth Hall


Booking fee: £3.50 (Members £0.00)


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