Like a dollop of ambience with your music? Us too. Which is why we’re drawn like mosquitos to gigs at St Pancras Old Church, the properly ancient site of worship that dates back to Roman times – and still needs an injection of cash to survive.
Next up on Feb 27th is Spiritual Sessions, hosted by Rafael Pesce, owner of the tiny Ferdinand Street caiprinha bar, which is set to feature four music acts, as well as poetry and dramatic monologues.
At the last event, our writer Gav Duffy was mesmerised by the acts continually rotating with each other, “a refreshing change from the well-worn thirty-five minute support slot. But it also added to the community feel of the night; there was no sense of competition, with all participants happy to be a part of something special.”
So if you’ve never been, head down to Pancras Road and see why the building’s worth saving. Oh, and soak up some thoughtful tuneage too.