Beans On Toast to play Bank Holiday show in Clapham

Beans On Toast

Beans on Toast will be playing a unique seated show at The Clapham Grand on Thursday 2nd June 2022.

English folk hero Beans on Toast has promised a night of songs, stories and musings at the one-off show this June Bank Holiday Weekend. Drawing from his huge and much-loved back catalogue of music and books, it’s set to be an evening of mighty fine entertainment.

Having recently completed a successful UK tour with a full band in support of his acclaimed new album Survival Of The Friendliest, Beans on Toast will be joined on this one-off occasion by Australian bushman and master songsmith William Crighton and sensational rising folk star Ann Liu Cannon.

The seated show will also chime with the long history of The Clapham Grand, one of London’s oldest music halls that once saw Charlie Chaplin grace its legendary stage. The Grand has recently been brought back to the forefront of London nightlife by Ally Wolf, an old friend of Beans’, and the evening will continue the venue’s ongoing legacy of being a palace of modern variety.

A veteran of the UK festival and touring circuit, Beans writes simple songs about complicated subjects that never fail to celebrate the beauty of human existence. His live shows are both inspiring and entertaining: a relaxed and fun affair that leaves you feeling like you’ve met up with an old friend, and you’re all the better for it.

An Evening With Beans on Toast

A unique seated show of songs, stories and musings in one of London’s oldest music halls.

The Clapham Grand
Thursday 2nd June 2022
Bank Holiday Weekend

With friends 
William Crighton & Ann Liu Cannon

Tickets available now 

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