Past Event

Benjamin Clementine

12 Feb 2015

Any remaining tickets for this event will be taken down from our website roughly 3 hours before it starts to be sold at the venue.

When an unsigned 24-year-old Benjamin Clementine performed the title track from his debut EP Cornerstone on Later… with Jools Holland in late 2013, it became one of the most talked-about appearances by a new artist in recent years. Clementine’s on-stage charisma, extraordinary voice and unique piano balladry immediately drew comparisons with Nina Simone and Antony Hegarty, both strong influences on the young musician. Born and raised in London, it was in Paris – homeless and busking on the Metro to earn a living – that Clementine refined his craft and built a cult following. With his debut album At Least For Now released on March 30, experience a spine-tingling artist in this highly anticipated performance.

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