Live music at Caffè Nero, Terminal 2 – October 2017

Guitar and coffee

Live music returns to Terminal 2 Arrivals with performances from Michelle Nadia, Andy Ruddy, EMMAY, Laura Evans, Emma Stevens, Gracie Falls and James Lascelles. Enjoy some mellow sounds with your Macchiato this October at Caffè Nero.

Michelle NadiaMichelle Nadia

Sunday 1st October, 12:00

London-based New Zealander Michelle Nadia’s folk-pop songs continue the legacy of Joni Mitchell, Carly Simon and Carole King.

Andy RuddyAndy Ruddy

Saturday 7th October, 13:00

Andy comes from Bradford and his music has its roots set firmly in his home city. He describes his 2015 debut, Everything Is In Order, as an “ambitious coming-of-age indie folk album”.


Sunday 8th October, 10:30

Sibling trio from Liphook, Hampshire, praised by Show of Hands‘ Steve Knightly for their “songwriting and musicianship of the highest order”.

Laura EvansLaura Evans

Saturday 14th October, 13:00

A singer-songwriter from the South Wales valleys, Laura specialises in captivating vocals, story-telling lyrics and pop-country melodies.

Emma StevensEmma Stevens

Saturday 21st October, 11:00

British singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and “down-to-earth surfer chick” with pop and country influences.

Gracie FallsGracie Falls

Saturday 28th October, 11:00

“Gracie writes songs with a natural ease and autobiographical touch, blending memorable melodies, emotive music and poignant, relatable lyrics.” — UK Unsigned Songwriter Of The Year 2016

Lauren RayJames Lascelles

Sunday 29th October, 12:00

Classically trained pianist and percussionist who learned to improvise from Sir John Tavener and has collaborated with Frank Zappa, Joan Armatrading, Courtney Pine, Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry and many more.

Caffè Nero – home of live music

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