Drew Allen will play the second show of his ever expanding London tour this Thursday at The Metropolitan in Notting Hill, and here is what he had to say after the first show at The Troubadour...

"That was a really humbling experience, to stand in the same shoes as Bob Dylan and Jimi Hendrix was really cool, i'd like to say a massive thank you to those who watched, it was an absolute pleasure to play for you"



Dublin Castle

Drew Allen is kicking off a run of London Shows with his debut appearance at The Troubadour in Brompton Road on February 5th.

Established in 1954, The Troubadour is one of the last remaining coffee houses of its era in London, with a club room in the cellar famous as one of the primary venues of the British folk revival in the late 1950s and 1960s.

Drew will be following in the footsteps of legendary artists Charlie Watts, Bob Dylan, Paul Simon, Jimmi Page, Robert Plant and Jimi Hendrix - all of whom have played this legendary venue.

February 17th sees a performance at Camden's Dublin Castle, before moving onto Islington's Buffalo Bar on the 22nd  and The Boogaloo in Archway Road on March 13th.

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