French Palestinian singer YAZ is coming to St Pancras 

French Palestinian singer YAZ is coming to St Pancras 



The concert will combine Arabic and soul sounds.  

St Pancras Old Church is mixing it up with its latest live music. The venue is welcoming the French Palestinian singer YAZ, and she will be fusing Arabic and soul sounds to share her unique blend of music. The concert takes place on 24 January and tickets are available now. So, if you want to join the show, here's what you need to know. 

YAZ is based in South East London. She is of Palestinian descent, and was born in France. She grew up listening to traditional Arabic songs and soul music. She explains: "I tend to mix both genres in my song choices and lyrics, taking influence from artists such as Fairouz, Yebba and icons of chansons françaises."

St Pancras Old Church, as the name suggests, is a working church. The building is one of the oldest sites of worship in Britain, and offers a historic setting for shows. A 150-person room hosts live music, and has become famous for its intimate shows. The calendar includes a range of acts, which are local as well as international. 

St Pancras Old Church has announced its events for 2024. The shows include Abbie McCarthy's Future Karma on 25 January, Noah Guthrie on 31 January, BJ Barham on 28 and 29 February, and Wildes' Subsidence Tour on 22 March. 

The show starts at 7.30pm, and visitors must be aged 18 years old or above. Tickets to see YAZ in London start from £12.50. Check in with FACT for the latest live events. 

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