Moonshine at The Lucky Pig
7:00 PM19:00

Moonshine at The Lucky Pig

Avant Pop artist Hazel Iris and accordionist Aine McLoughlin come together as a duo to perform a stripped-back version of Hazel's "The Story of Lily". Based on Storytelling in Vaudeville, it's an act you won't want to miss!

Amidst the classic speakeasy décor, this night harnesses the city's old-fashioned style and charm to provide you with a quality night of music along with some great cocktails and good times! So make sure you’re on top form for our luxurious musical line up, friendly atmosphere and a bit of good Ol’ fashioned Moonshine!

Entry is free but you'll want to RSVP and download a free ticket for 20% off food and drink all night. Just show your ticket at the bar to receive your discount


Strictly +18's only

Doors Open at 5pm, Hazel's on at 8pm!

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7:00 PM19:00



Eccentric storytelling singer-songwriter Hazel Iris will celebrate the release of her first full-length album, Nine Sisters, on Thursday 25 October at one of London’s most historic landmarks, St. Bartholomew-the-Great at Smithfield!

This event is closer to a festival of arts rather than an ordinary launch gig, as some of the most brilliant and innovative artists from various genres guest on the bill!

Internationally acclaimed concert pianist Jayson Gillham (Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Melbourne Symphony)  and dramatic soprano Katrina Sheppeard (English National Opera, Sydney Opera House)  join forces to perform Richard Strauss’s final and most haunting song cycle, Vier letzte Lieder.

With hammered dulcimer, violin and vocals, Kate Arnold fronts the 'punk baroque' project Fear of the Forest and has worked with Lisa Knapp, Doudou Cissoko, Rose McDowall and Daemonia Nymphe. She performs a unique unplugged set influenced by her interests in folk, medieval and Middle Eastern music.

And finally, Hazel Iris introduces her debut full-length album, Nine Sisters.  Fusing together elements of Alt-Folk, Lieder and Jazz, she is supported by a stellar ensemble including celebrated conductor Jessica Cottis (Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, BBC Concert Orchestra, Sydney Symphony Orchestra) on horn, classical & jazz harpist Tara Minton, jazz drummer Fred Harper, double-bassist Twm Dylan, composer/cellist Matt Constantine, classical accordionist Aine McLoughlin, violinist Aurora del Rio, and guitarist Federico Accardo.  With theatrical elements choreographed by Alicia Britt of Wondering Hands Puppet Theatre, it will be a night to remember!

"Landscapes always play an essential role in my music. Although each piece appears to stand alone, they are conceived as a group of sisters bonded together by distinct geographic features throughout California. In a small valley on the Central Coast there is a chain of extinct volcanoes which run into the Pacific Ocean. They are called the Nine Sisters.” - Hazel Iris

Nine Sisters is officially on sale from Friday 26th October.  Get your early copy ONLY at the gig!

It can be chilly in churches, make sure you dress accordingly!


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Blind Dog Studio Presents: Hazel Iris/Mally Harpaz/Colonial Sun
8:00 PM20:00

Blind Dog Studio Presents: Hazel Iris/Mally Harpaz/Colonial Sun


Blind Dog Studio is an artist collective led by Mally Harpaz. Celebrating music from off the beaten tracks, each event creates a musically cinematic experience through artist collaboration and performance. On the 15th of August we will be back with three of our regular featured artists: Hazel Iris, Mally Harpaz and Colonial Sun along with some special guests.

Californian songstress Hazel Iris performs a set of her quirky folk-inspired indie songs, accompanied by accordion, cello, guitar and percussion (Mally Harpaz). With a dark and playful attitude to writing music, her unique sound blends crystalline vocals with a twist of magic. Through the traditions of romantic lieder, vaudeville, and contemporary styles she celebrates the high art of storytelling.

Multi instrumentalist Mally Harpaz performs her original compositions joined by a small number of phenomenal musicians and special guests. These distinct pieces were mainly written as part of a collaboration with award-winning video artist Clara Aparicio Yoldi. Mally’s reverence for the profound creates mysterious melodic lines and shares a luscious ambience with other contemporary pioneers such as Steve Reich, Max Richter, and Nils Frahm.

Colonial Sun is the musical moniker of James Marples, an Australian singer-songwriter whose balladry has drawn comparisons with Howe Gelb, Sun Kil Moon and Mark Lanegan. Emotionally lucid and at times surreal, these songs draw on imagery from the Australian landscape to the decaying monuments of Empire.

£6 online / £10 on the door

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