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Horse: The Road Less Travelled

£25 – £27


November 24
7:30 pm
£25 – £27
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The Exchange
75 London Rd
Twickenham, London TW1 1BE United Kingdom
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Horse makes a welcome return to London – with The Exchange as her only London venue – as part of her ‘The Road Less Travelled’ tour. This is the title of the new album due for release late autumn. She’ll be showcasing new songs from this, her 11th album.

When it comes to a Horse show there is much to celebrate. It feels like the reunion of old friends and not just another show. This year also sees the 30th anniversary of the second Horse album, God’s Home Movie. There will be a smattering of songs from this album as well as other classic Horse songs too.

This is a very special performance in which joining her will be the full band plus a trio of strings for the ultimate Horse show.

Special Guest Kirsten Adamson

Award-winning singer/songwriter Kirsten Adamson (daughter of rock legend Stuart Adamson (Big Country, Skids)) summons the same heart-stopping purity as Sandy Denny, by way of Emmylou Harris and Kate Bush.



  • Friday 24th November 2023
  • Doors Open 7:00pm
  • 7:30pm start
  • Kirsten Adamson 7:30pm – 8pm
  • Interval
  • Horse 8:30
  • General Admission £27 | Concession £25
  • Tickets are limited to 6 per customer booking. For larger group bookings please call our Box Office on 020 8240 2399


“One of the finest singers in Britain” – Q Mag

“A Horse concert is a little bit like having a warm and comforting security blanket wrapped around you” – Southside Advertiser

“She has definitely still got ‘it’, her energy never waning in a two hour concert which ends with a high octane encore and a deserved standing ovation” – The Wee Review 

Kirsten Adamson

“Adamson knows how to hold a crowd in the palm of her hand, her vocals are clear and powerful, her songs are strong, she is an all round entertainer.” (The Writers Room)

‘Exceptional’ (Americana-UK.com).

‘A talent to watch’ (NoDepression)

“I could listen to Adamson’s voice all day every day, it’s angelic” – Maverick Magazine

“Recalling the late Nanci Griffith… with an added edge” – R2 Magazine