• Date
    3rd March
  • Venue
    Tileyard Studios, 41 Tileyard Rd N7 9AH
  • Host
    BBC Wales & Arts Council for Wales supported by Creative Wales
  • Category

Evening showcase featuring four new Welsh artists - hip hop, R&B, angst-pop and contemporary classical - definitely something new from Wales!

Horizons will be decamped in London for Wales Week London, an annual celebration of Welsh talent across the UK capital culminating in a networking event and showcase at Tileyard - a creative hub of studios, music industry organisations and companies, and showcase studios.

Tileyard Line-up:

  • Luke RV: Relatable rapper from Neath, his unique voice and style makes him one of the most collaborated voices on the South Wales scene.
  • Leila McKenzie: Swansea born and bred R&B singer now London based artist
  • Gwenno Morgan: Goldsmiths student Gwenno is a pianist, songwriter and self-producer - ranging from minimalist classical compositions to contemporary combinations of jazz and folk.
  • Natty Paynter: Delving into personal harrowing accounts for her songwriting, Cardiff born and bred, Natty is a self-taught multi-instrumentalist too.

Come network, and join us to hear new music from Wales. Sign up for free guest list entry. Limited entry.

Horizons will also be in London at

March 1st: St David's Day: BBC Radio Sessions on air on BBC Radio Cymru and BBC Radio Wales from Lemfreck, Cerys Hafana and Teddy Hunter - catch all the 'behind the scenes' on @horizonscymru social channels.

March 2nd: Roundhouse Rising featuring XL Life, Clwb Fuzz, Tara Bandito and Yazmean (tickets on the Roundhouse website) for all the details check out @horizonscymru on facebook, twitter, and instagram.

You can view pics from these showcases at previous Wales Week London events here.