The Tin and Drapers Hall present – A.A. Williams
Saturday 2 October 2021
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
We’re thrilled to announce that we are teaming up with Drapers Hall to bring Bella Union’s A.A. Williams to The Tin.
Making her stage debut in April 2019 and selling out her first headline show at London’s prestigious Southbank Centre less than a year later, A.A. Williams has hit the ground running. Similarly, the acclaim for her performances and her music has been unanimous from the start. After one self-titled EP and the 10” vinyl collaboration Exit in Darkness with Japanese post-rockers MONO, the London-based singer-songwriter has signed to Bella Union and made a stunning debut album, Forever Blue.
A rapturous blend of post-rock and post-classical, Forever Blue smoulders with uncoiling melodies and haunted atmospheres, shifting from serenity to explosive drama, often within the same song. Williams is a fantastic musician as well as songwriter, playing the guitar, cello and piano, and her voice has the controlled delivery of a seasoned chanteuse whilst still channelling the rawest of emotions.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION –
As we move into the easing up of restrictions we are committed to keeping our gig goers, our performers and staff safe.
We encourage attendees to continue to wear masks if they choose to and also be mindful of others. Although there are currently no rules in place which insist gig attendees provide a Covid ‘passport’, PLEASE take a test ahead of attending our events; lateral flow tests are a simple and free way of making sure you are safe before entering a gig – order yours here – https://www.gov.uk/order-coronavirus-rapid-lateral-flow…
Please do not attend if you have tested positive for COVID-19 or are displaying symptoms. If you aren’t feeling well, please stay at home and get better soon! #takeatest #bekind
Lastly, in order for us to staff and manage our event effectively, please buy a ticket in advance. By ordering a ticket we have a mechanism to contact you directly, via email, should there be any last minute changes.
Thank you, The Tin