Al Lewis + Support – Live At Prohibition Recording Studios
Date and Time:
February 1, 2024 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm
Prohibition Recording Studios, 24a Arrad Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L7 7BP, United Kingdom
Total Seats: 45
About The Events
Al Lewis is a bilingual singer/songwriter from Wales.
His latest album ‘Fifteen Years’ examines the universal themes of grief and healing through Lewis’s own experience of finally coming to terms with the loss of his father while hoping to help others in similar situations.
He has released multiple albums, won Best Song + Album at the UK Americana Awards (as part of Lewis & Leigh); been nominated for the Welsh Music Prize and his albums have all spent multiple weeks at #1 on the Welsh charts.
Al has performed at iconic events such as Glastonbury, Nashville’s Americana Music Festival, the Philadelphia Folk Festival, Lorient Festival (Brittany) and Celtic Connections in Glasgow.
His recent single ‘The Farmhouse’ is about the impact that second-home ownership is having on rural communities across Wales. It was nominated for ‘Best Original Song’ at the 2023 Welsh Folk Awards. Al’s single based upon the Dylan Thomas Christmas story, ‘A Child’s Christmas in Wales’ was the first song sung in Welsh to make it onto the BBC Radio 2 playlist. His album ‘Te yn y Grug’ (Tea in the Heather) was a concept choral-folk piece, material from which premiered as part of the hugely successful sell-out musical of the same name at the 2019 Welsh National Eisteddfod.
Consider this your chance, as a fan, to come hear the artist you love perform in an intimate, inner-city studio environment and also discover new, similar and fantastic musicians.
This is a unique gig experience that puts you at the heart of the artist’s performance. Due to this we have a minimal talking/phone use policy during performances. Any unnecessary noise during performances will result in you being asked to leave the event. We thank you for helping us to create a listening environment and respecting the artists.
A large proportion of the revenue raised from ticket sales is returned to the artists as payment for their talent and musicianship.
Prohibition Recording Studios prides itself in having musical integrity on behalf of ourselves and the artists.
Tickets are allocated on a first-come, first-serve basis.
No under 18s allowed.
Doors open at 19:00 and the show starts shortly after.
We politely ask all guests to arrive before the start time to ensure performances are not disturbed.
Main Act : Al Lewis
Support Act: TBC
Ticket sales end at 12pm on the day of the event – No tickets will be available on the door unless specified by Prohibition Recording Studios.
TICKETS AND VALID I.D. (DRIVING LICENSE OR PASSPORT) ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL GUESTS ON ENTRY.
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Note: There is limited seating at the venue – to avoid disappointment, please arrive for the event start time, which coincides with the doors opening. There are steps on entry to the building, so we are very sorry, but unfortunately due to restrictions of the building management we cannot offer a ramp for wheelchair users at this time. There may be a small card processing fee, unfortunately Prohibition Recording Studios cannot control this. We absorb all other fees where possible.