Take Communion in Notting Hill

Communion have announced details they will be taking over Notting Hill Arts Club on Sunday 2nd and Monday 3rd May for an epic celebration of the Bank Holiday Weekend!

Sunday night sees a dazzling international line-up, headlined by L.A.’s The Like and their all girl sixties influenced pop. Also on the bill is the spectacular Kyla La Grange and her “angst ridden heartache ditties”, and the Kate Bush influenced Swedish darling Jennie Abrahamson, followed by Charlene Soraia with her sweet, quirky acoustic tales. Straight from Australia Matt Corby – featured on the Communion Compilation – will be treating us to his soulful acoustic folk, and Polish-born Canadian Artur Dyjinceski will also be treating us to his folk melodies.

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And if that wasn’t enough, the Communion gang will be doing it all over again on Monday...
Kicking things off will be Ay Ducane with their acoustic blues and the hotly tipped Rob Bravery with his piano-led tunes. Birmingham’s finest Goodnight Lenin will also be showing us all how the Midlands do folk. Destined for big things in the near future, Communion favourite Spencer Mclean is up next, followed by Lucy Rose’s second performance with Communion after a blinding show at their December Christmas Special. Finally Pope Joan will be finishing the weekend’s festivities with their unique British, XTC inspired art-pop.

Fans can buy tickets for this from the link below:

Sunday 2nd May
The Like
Kyla La Grange
Jennie Abrahamson
Charlene Soraia
Artur Dyjinceski
Matt Corby

Monday 3rd May
Pope Joan
Lucy Rose
Spencer Mclean
Goodnight Lenin
Rob Bravery
Ay Ducane

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