London Date Added to Spring 2020 Tour February 05, 2020
The Apple Tree in Clerkenwell has joined venues in Newcastle and Leeds for the upcoming tour.
After performing to a sell-out show with The Pink Singers at London's Cadogan Hall, by popular demand The Bleeding Obvious will be returning to London on 20th March with her original LGBT+ piano cabaret.
It promises to be a night of queer joy - expect songs from the new album Dirty Blonde alongside old favourites and perhaps a surprise or two as The Bleeding Obvious takes you on a rollercoaster rainbow ride.
Jessica will be joined by goth poet Geneviève L Walsh ("foul-mouthed queer feminist and Aldi Rosé Socialist"), and musician Alice Nicholls ("poetical, political, personal and profound songs"). The Apple Tree in Clerkenwell will play host, a boutique LGBT+ pub venue a short walk from Chancery Lane Tube.
Tickets are £9 (plus booking fee where applicable) but early-bird tickets are available until 15th February for just £7 from TicketSource
Also announced on the tour are shows at The Globe, Newcastle and Wharf Chambers, Leeds: more information can be found on the gig guide.