This year our Artist Services team have partnered with the Natural History Museum to curate and present a series of intimate and unique free acoustic performances from some of the best new and emerging musical talent currently in the UK – Acoustic Lates live at the Natural History Museum Ice Rink.
The series begins on Thursday 16th November at 18:30 with performances from Charlotte Carpenter and Thomas Ashby. All shows are free entry and take place in the Natural History Museum’s alpine-styled bar overlooking the ice skating rink.
Charlotte Carpenter is a British singer and songwriter who has toured extensively across the UK and Europe with the likes of Marika Hackman, Alessi Ark and George Ezra. Her recent single Fire received support from BBC 6Music plus considerable praise from NME, Clash Magazine and Radio 1’s Huw Stephens
Her new single ‘Shelter’ was released in October, watch the video here:
Thomas Ashby is a 23-year old multi-instrumentalist songwriter from Kent who released his folk and jazz-influenced debut album Cache earlier this year sparking comparisons to John Martin and Bon Iver.
Ticketmaster presents Acoustic Lates at the Natural History Museum Ice Rink is a series of free events in the bar overlooking the iconic skating rink. Future acts include SHINERS, Longy & the Gospel Trash and Bessie Turner.
If you’re interested in performing at this year’s Acoustic Lates season please contact John Talbot.
To skate at the Natural History Museum get your tickets at Ticketmaster.co.uk.
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