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The Staves, Bear’s Den and Lianne La Havas are taking part in a new gig series in London

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Published: 10:45 am, October 22, 2020
The Staves, Bear’s Den and Lianne La Havas are taking part in a new gig series in London

The Staves, Bear's Den (pictured) and Lianne La Havas are taking part in a new London gig series.

The intimate events will take place at Clapham Grand in November, then Hackney Church in December, with further nights from James Bay and Jack Garratt too.

Tickets for all shows are on sale from Friday, 23rd October via Dice, with an opt-in to donate to the mental health charity, MIND and Hackney based social action charity and foodbank The Lighthouse Project.

The dates are as follows:

NOVEMBER
25 Lianne La Havas
26 James Bay
27 The Staves
28 Jack Garratt
29 Bear’s Den

Live at Hackney Church

DECEMBER
01 The Staves
02 Jack Garratt
03 Bear’s Den
04 James Bay
05 Lianne La Havas

The Staves, Bear’s Den and Lianne La Havas are taking part in a new gig series in London

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