The Early [k]Nights Club at the Betsey Trotwood pub [Clerkenwell]

Saturday 02 November 2019
20:00 to 22:00

This session returns to a Classic Victorian pub, which regularly hosts music and poetry, for another night of early and new music.


The Greenwood Trio performs English ditties and Elizabethan songs, originally revived in the mid nineteenth century, along with variations on popular tunes from a hundred years earlier. Their approach to performance hovers between the Music Hall and a Munrovian revival, touched with a tinge of heavy-duty music college training.

Patricia Hammond - Voice

William Summers - Recorder, Flute, Crumhorn

Matt Redman - Contraguitar, other plucked instruments


Antony Elvin and the Tudor Unit

Antony Elvin's songs can best be described as channeling Noel Coward and David Essex. He studiously avoids the shoe-gazing angst of his youth [or anyone else], while distilling a curious array of episodes and encounters drawn from life among the precariat.

Antony Elvin - Voice, Guitar

William Summers - Flute, Recorder, Guitar


Door open at 7.30, and there will be at least one break.

Food is available 

Contact William
07949 652 315
Upstairs Room, The Betsey Trotwood pub, 56 Farringdon Road
(view map)
Cost £8 [plus booking fee] in advance; £12 on the door