Turkish singer Sancak is heading to Islington Assembly Hall

Turkish singer Sancak is heading to Islington Assembly Hall



Tickets are available now for the 18 February show.

The Turkish singer Sancak, real name Yılmaz Erdoğan, is coming to London. He will be performing at Islington Assembly Hall on 18 February. If you'd like to see the show, here's what you need to know. 

Sancak was born and raised in Istanbul, Türkiye. When he was younger, he learned to play the guitar, but it wasn't until after he graduated from university that he first started performing. His sound brings together electronic, pop and jazz influences. His songs include Cennet, Gün olur beni Unutursan, Korkma Söyle, and Yağmur. Over his career, he has collaborated with Cem Adrian, Edis and Gokhan Turkmen.

Sancak has performed around the world in venues ranging from The O2 in London to Le Bataclan in Paris. He has taken part in festivals, including the Pop Akademi Festival and the Rock n Coke Festival in Istanbul.

Located on Upper Street in Islington, Islington Assembly Hall opened in 1930, and hosted dances and variety shows. Previous performers include Diana Dors, Chris Farlowe and George Formby. In 2009, the venue underwent a refurbishment. In 2010, it reopened and kept many of its original features. 

Upcoming events at Islington Assembly Hall include Kiefer on 30 January, Mahmoud El Esseily on 14 February, Sea Power on 16 and 17 February, Deaf Havana on 22 and 23 February, Alexandra Kay on 27 February, Enslaved on 6 March, and Grace Petrie on 14 March.

Tickets to see Sancak in Islington Assembly Hall are available now. Guests must be aged 16 years or older. Tickets start from £50.22.

GO: Visit https://islingtonassemblyhall.co.uk for more information.