3 JAMESB230824.png James Friday 23rd August
at Pryzm, 5:00pm (14+)
EXTRA SET ADDED DUE TO HUGE DEMAND.Admission will be via e-ticket. Your e-ticket will be delivered to your email address in time for the show (typically the day before the event). To celebrate the release of the new album 'Yummy', James visits Kingston to play an intimate set at Pryzm.2023 was a remarkable year for James - with a Top 3 album (their 9th Top 10 album), a sell out UK tour with a 25 piece orchestra and 8 piece choir onstage with them, a stunning special guest appearance at Latitude Festival, a headline show at The Acropolis in Greece and receiving the Icon award at The Ivor Novello awards in recognition of their songwriting. Amongst all of this, the band have recorded their new album to be released in April 2024. It is produced by Leo Abrahams (who has previously collaborated with Jon Hopkins, Brian Eno, Jarvis Cocker, Imogen Heap and Regina Spektor) and mixed by Cenzo Townsend (Courteeners, Specials, Keane, Snow Patrol, Everything Everything).2024 is already shaping up to being another huge year for the band - their June Arena tour is their biggest ever tour and they are already close to selling out both The O2 and the new Manchester Co-Op arena. James will be releasing their new album ‘Yummy’ next year, with the first single ‘Is This Love’ coming out in January. The artwork for both the album and first single was designed by Stephen Kennedy (Studio Fury) who is responsible for a number of iconic works over the years including the Rolling Stones’ latest album ‘Hackney Diamonds’.-Times TBC but we expect doors at 5:00pm with a stage time of 6:00pmThose aged 14+ can attend unaccompanied. 8 to 13 year olds must be accompanied by a ticket-holding adult (18+). No under 8s, sorry.Pryzm, 154 Clarence Street, Kingston Upon Thames (KT1 1QP)   CD | LP Pre-Order
6 JAMES230824.png James Friday 23rd August
at Pryzm, 7:00pm (14+)
Admission will be via e-ticket. Your e-ticket will be delivered to your email address in time for the show (typically the day before the event). To celebrate the release of the new album 'Yummy', James visits Kingston to play an intimate set at Pryzm.2023 was a remarkable year for James - with a Top 3 album (their 9th Top 10 album), a sell out UK tour with a 25 piece orchestra and 8 piece choir onstage with them, a stunning special guest appearance at Latitude Festival, a headline show at The Acropolis in Greece and receiving the Icon award at The Ivor Novello awards in recognition of their songwriting. Amongst all of this, the band have recorded their new album to be released in April 2024. It is produced by Leo Abrahams (who has previously collaborated with Jon Hopkins, Brian Eno, Jarvis Cocker, Imogen Heap and Regina Spektor) and mixed by Cenzo Townsend (Courteeners, Specials, Keane, Snow Patrol, Everything Everything).2024 is already shaping up to being another huge year for the band - their June Arena tour is their biggest ever tour and they are already close to selling out both The O2 and the new Manchester Co-Op arena. James will be releasing their new album ‘Yummy’ next year, with the first single ‘Is This Love’ coming out in January. The artwork for both the album and first single was designed by Stephen Kennedy (Studio Fury) who is responsible for a number of iconic works over the years including the Rolling Stones’ latest album ‘Hackney Diamonds’.-Times TBC but we expect doors at 7:00pm with a stage time of 8:00pmThose aged 14+ can attend unaccompanied. 8 to 13 year olds must be accompanied by a ticket-holding adult (18+). No under 8s, sorry.Pryzm, 154 Clarence Street, Kingston Upon Thames (KT1 1QP)   CD | LP Pre-Order
7 CH100624SB.png Crowded House Monday 10th June
at Pryzm, 6:00pm (14+)
EXTRA SET ADDED DUE TO HUGE DEMAND.Admission will be via e-ticket. Your e-ticket will be delivered to your email address in time for the show (typically the day before the event).To celebrate the release of Gravity Stairs, Crowded House visit Kingston to play a stripped back set at Pryzm.For more than four decades, Crowded House leader Neil Finn has been on an evolving, winding journey. Crowded House’s mid-Eighties hits like “Don’t Dream It’s Over” and “Something So Strong,” combined with albums like Woodface and Together Alone, set the standard for the period’s erudite jangle-pop while always pushing the band’s art forward.That creative spirit brings Finn and his Crowded House bandmates to Gravity Stairs, their first new release since 2021’s Dreamers Are Waiting and eighth overall. Produced by the band with Steven Schram, the album shows Crowded House in its current incarnation—Finn, Nick Seymour, Mitchell Froom, and Finn’s sons Elroy and Liam—as sharp as ever, feeling musically adventurous, and still capable of reaching the staggering highs that have made them an international favorite. It’s the act of climbing those figurative “gravity stairs,” inspired by a heavy stone staircase near where Finn vacations, that he likens to his own mindset as a creator. -Times TBC but we expect doors at 6:00pm with a stage time of 7:00pm.Those aged 14+ can attend unaccompanied. 8 to 13 year olds must be accompanied by a ticket-holding adult (18+). No under 8s, sorry.Pryzm, 154 Clarence Street, Kingston Upon Thames (KT1 1QP)   CD | LP
8 CH100624.png Crowded House Monday 10th June
at Pryzm, 8:00pm (14+)
Admission will be via e-ticket. Your e-ticket will be delivered to your email address in time for the show (typically the day before the event).To celebrate the release of Gravity Stairs, Crowded House visit Kingston to play a stripped back set at Pryzm.For more than four decades, Crowded House leader Neil Finn has been on an evolving, winding journey. Crowded House’s mid-Eighties hits like “Don’t Dream It’s Over” and “Something So Strong,” combined with albums like Woodface and Together Alone, set the standard for the period’s erudite jangle-pop while always pushing the band’s art forward.That creative spirit brings Finn and his Crowded House bandmates to Gravity Stairs, their first new release since 2021’s Dreamers Are Waiting and eighth overall. Produced by the band with Steven Schram, the album shows Crowded House in its current incarnation—Finn, Nick Seymour, Mitchell Froom, and Finn’s sons Elroy and Liam—as sharp as ever, feeling musically adventurous, and still capable of reaching the staggering highs that have made them an international favorite. It’s the act of climbing those figurative “gravity stairs,” inspired by a heavy stone staircase near where Finn vacations, that he likens to his own mindset as a creator. -Times TBC but we expect doors at 8:00pm with a stage time of 9:00pm.Those aged 14+ can attend unaccompanied. 8 to 13 year olds must be accompanied by a ticket-holding adult (18+). No under 8s, sorry.Pryzm, 154 Clarence Street, Kingston Upon Thames (KT1 1QP)   CD | LP Pre-Order