Please note the above timings relate to doors (opening and closing times). Performance times may vary.
This event has been rescheduled to Monday May 23rd, all tickets remain valid but if you are no longer able to attend then please contact your point of purchase for a refund. A message from the artist:
“Hey you guys 🙂 I’m working really hard on my EP at the moment and I want to make sure it’s all finished for you all before I start playing my shows. I’m so sorry to have to reschedule these April dates but we’ve got some really exciting new music coming in May and i’ll be able to play them for you at the shows. see you all soon! Xxx”
Clocking up 22 million streams to date, Rachel Chinouriri is fast making a name for herself as an ambassador of heartfelt indie, soothing her listeners with intimate, emotional storytelling. The critical success of 2021’s ‘Four° in Winter’ marked out her capabilities as a stylistic amalgamator, but new project ‘Better Off Without’ marks a return to her first genre love, balancing the sadness of heartbreak with summery choruses of hope.
With a headline tour and a slot at Sam Fender’s Finsbury Park show soon to come, Chinouriri has realised that the thing she is best off without is limitations, freeing herself of pre-conceived notions of what an indie artist “should” be. What better time for a break-up? In centring her own wants and needs, Rachel Chinouriri is ready to share her realest, rawest self.