Jun
2
7:00 pm19:00

Kami

Kami is a singer song writer who is a regular at the Inside Club in Soho and a rising talent on the London and Manchester music scene

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Jun
2
7:30 pm19:30

Frankie Forman

Soulful and sultry, Frankie Forman sings from the heart. Likened to Mazzy Star and Portishead, her sound is a sexy Western esque trip-hop blues. Her upcoming mini album, Blue Dogs, co written with her right hand man Johnny Rock (aka 'Buddy') from PLMB is available now.

Jun
2
8:15 pm20:15

Salena Godden

Byline Festival's own Poet Laureate. Author of literary childhood memoir 'Springfield Road' which was successfully crowd funded and published with Unbound in 2014 and 'Fishing In The Aftermath: Poems 1994-2014' published with Burning Eye Books. Short fiction 'Blue Cornflowers' was shortlisted for the 4th Estate and Guardian short story prize in June 2016. And commissioned essay 'Shade' is published in ground breaking best seller 'The Good Immigrant'

Jun
2
9:00 pm21:00

Hardeep Singh Kohli

Byline's own festival ringmaster in his classic stand up set. Hardeep is a comedian, broadcaster, journalist and chef. In addition to being a BBC Radio 4 favourite, Hardeep's credits include shows ranging from Celebrity Masterchef & the One Show to Question Time & This Week. His sell-out stand up shows at Edinburgh Festival are legendary and Hardeep brings two different shows to the festival.

Jun
2
10:00 pm22:00

Son of Dave

One-man harmonica beat-box experience. A Maverick Bluesman. Better than the genuine article. Get music on iTunes or Vinyl+CD easily available on website https://sonofdave.officialstore.co.uk/Shop/

Jun
2
10:45 pm22:45

The Deltorers

 

3 piece, alternative rock - BBC South Introducing's favourite band. Along with many radio plays and a BBC Live lounge session they have played many gigs across the South Coast and were invited to play in Germany this year. 

Jun
2
Jun 3

Will Purdue and Liza Bec

Will Purdue, the introspective and emotional singer-songwriter and Liza Bec, the alternative multi-instrumentalist, continue their collaboration, showcasing their evolving and exciting new material from their latest releases.

Jun
3
5:45 pm17:45

Art Battles with Spraying Bricks

A battle between the top urban artists The Real Dill and Him Bad taking place on specially created panels on the side of the Echo Chamber Tent. 

The artists have kindly donated the battle artworks to be auctioned for the Byline Festival Foundation to combat underrepresentation and misrepresentation in the media

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Jun
3
6:15 pm18:15

Rap Battles by Don't Flop

In front of the back drop of the art battle, some of the UK's top rappers will be doing battle in a thrilling challenge of words and rhythm. 

Jun
3
7:30 pm19:30

Bad Press and Trashie Awards

John Cleese hosts the Bad Press Awards and Media Diversified's The Trashies with support from ANDY HAMILTON. With readings from Frances Barber. Joanna Scanlan, Salena Godden, Hardeep Singh Kohli,  and other unexpected guests

Jun
3
9:45 pm21:45

Hardeep Singh Kohli Stand up Show

Byline's own festival ringmaster in his classic stand up set. Hardeep is a comedian, broadcaster, journalist and chef. In addition to being a BBC Radio 4 favourite, Hardeep's credits include shows ranging from Celebrity Masterchef & the One Show to Question Time & This Week. His sell-out stand up shows at Edinburgh Festival are legendary and Hardeep brings two different shows to the festival.

Jun
3
10:45 pm22:45

The Lemmingtons

We don't like to be categorised but we are influenced by everything from old-time music to modern indie.,,. we like to call it new roots.

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Jun
3
11:15 pm23:15

Something Human

James Chelliah is joined by Aubrey Maurel in their stunning spoken word and acoustic band

James is a rapper, poet and writer. He has performed around the UK for the likes of Sofar Sounds, The Bedroom Bar, Folked Up and many others. When he isn't trying to write a thousand poems a year, he’s busy leading trip-hop band, Pink Flush, or gigging with spoken-word-folk hybrid, Breaking Kayfabe.

Jun
3
Jun 5

Julia Streets Stand-Up Show

Julia Streets uses her experience as a successful business woman as the inspiration for her unique brand of comedy stand up comedian


As featured on Radio 4 Today Programme, Radio Kent, Financial News, The Wharf, Docklands, Sevenoaks Chronicle, The Vine and more... visit www.streetsinthecity.com for more information

Jun
4
12:30 am00:30

Enne

Ene - AKA Nakisha - as well as being part of the Byline Festival Team - is Enne is a Singer||Songcreator||Poet based in London, England. She was born with a high-pitched scream that her family long suspected would develop into a powerful, soulful voice, destined to resonate on the world stage. With one of the most varied vocal ranges around, Enne works to thrill and surprise her audience in equal measure.