Streets of London presents
Bastille + Billy Bragg + Jamie Lee Money
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Estimated times (subject to change on the night):
18:30 - Doors, Bar and Margins Cafe serving hot homemade food open
19:30 - Jamie Lee Money
20:10 - Billy Bragg
21:20 - Bastille
22:30 - Curfew
Union Chapel Bar open after the show.
On the menu at Margins Cafe:
Organic Lemon Chicken with Apricots & Potatoes with Mint Salsa Verde £9.50
Lentil and Cavolo Nero Stew with Chermoula Drizzle (V) £8.50
Quiches and Salads £6.50
Glazed French Apricot Tart & Almonds and Cream £4.00
You can book for dinner at Margins Cafe at 18:30 but you must have a reservation for access at 18:30. The Bar is also open to Union Chapel members who have tickets to the show.
Access to the cafe before doors open is via the side gate to the left of the main entrance to the Chapel on Compton Terrace.
If the early 6.30pm reservations are fully booked don't worry you can still come to eat from when doors open, the cafe is open through to the end of the interval.
Please note you must have a ticket to the show to come to Margins Cafe & Union Chapel bar.
As our venue is entirely seated and seating is unreserved it is best to arrive early.
There's lots of useful information in the Visiting section of our website.
Homelessness charity Streets of London will host an intimate one-off fundraising concert at London’s Union Chapel on Monday 22 May featuring live music from Bastille.
The band will perform a unique stripped-back set with a string quartet. Support will come from Billy Bragg, a musician who has long associated himself with social justice.
Streets of London helps people move away from the street and leave homelessness behind for good. As an Ambassador of the charity, Dan Smith of Bastille shared: “We are beyond excited to be playing this special one-off show at The Union Chapel in support of Streets of London. I’m honoured to be an ambassador for this charity and try to help champion the life-changing work they’re doing amongst the homeless and vulnerable in London. We’re so excited to be playing a show alongside the incredible Billy Bragg who we admire so much, at a venue that we’ve always wanted to play.”
Speaking about the event, Streets of London Director Ian Steuart Fothringham shared: “The number of people sleeping rough in London has nearly trebled in the last ten years. These are some of the most vulnerable and marginalised people in our society, and it’s vital that they can access the support they need to get off the streets. Streets of London provides funding to projects that give homeless people the support they need to turn their lives around. We’d like to say a huge thank you to the artists for supporting our work and helping to bring attention to this important cause.”