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*SOLD OUT* Patrick Watson

  • EartH (fka Hackney Arts Centre) 11-17 Stoke Newington Road London, England, N16 8BH United Kingdom (map)

Theatre – Unallocated Seating

Patrick has been busy on various projects since the critically acclaimed release of his fifth album, Love Songs for Robots...


His latest single, ‘Broken’, released last fall was featured in many TV series including Grey’s Anatomy, The Good Doctor and Burden of Truth. He performed after U2’s Bono at the 2017 Canada Day concert Ottawa, was part of the cast as a performer for the circus show Rêveurs définitifs, played the Montreal Symphonique outdoor concert on the Mount-Royal to celebrate the city’s 375th anniversary, embarked on the Canadian C3 boat for a 2 week run to raise awareness on diversity and Inclusion, Reconciliation, Youth Engagement and the Environment, played with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, performed the Bell Center for Tower of Songs, a tribute concert to Leonard Cohen in Montreal with Sting, Lana Del Rey, Elvis Costello, Adam Cohen, and more. Patrick and his band are currently recording the next album set to be out sometime in 2018.

Watson composes, performs and records his albums with his full band of almost a decade, which includes Joe Grass (guitars), Robbie Kuster (drums/percussion) and Mishka Stein (bass). The recipients of Canada’s elite Polaris Music Prize in 2007, Watson and his band have toured on all 5 continents, also playing with full orchestras such as the Royal Concertgebouw, on many occasions. Raised and still living in Montreal, Watson himself has
composed several scores for both film and television, including a trailer for “The Walking Dead” and Wim Wenders’ 3D film “Everything Will Be Fine”.

16+ Each under 18 must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
In order to verify your age, ID may be requested. For this reason, we advise that all customers bring valid ID.
Right of admission reserved.

Unallocated Seating

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