Saint Raymond Tickets

South Street Arts Centre, Reading
Wednesday 7th Nov 2018 7:30pm
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- Saint Raymond -
"Saint Raymond's muscular, melodic tunes sound like instant student anthems" - The Telegraph
"Giant sway-along choruses" - The Evening Standard Magazine
"It's the kind of music that's very easy to love" - The 405

Saint Raymond (aka 23-year-old Callum Burrows) combines the uniquely British idiosyncratic energy of Foals with the arena-sized appeal of Vampire Weekend. He boasts melodic anthems that pack an immediate punch from their infectious choruses with lyrics that pithily address the poignancy and euphoria of life in your late teens and early twenties.

Saint Raymond released his Top 10 debut album Young Blood in June 2015. The album which was produced by famed Jacknife Lee (U2, Bloc Party, Kasabian ) charted top 10 in the UK album chart and spawned a slew of indie anthems including - “Fall At Your Feet”, “Everything She Wants”, “Come Back To You” and “As We Are Now”.

He now hits the road to showcase new material and dust off the old favourites.

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Accessibility Information

Full access for disabled customers to all areas of the building except for the San Francisco room. Unreserved wheelchair seating is available, please mention if you require this when booking. Limited disabled parking is available and for evening performances, parking is available outside the front of the building. Please mention when booking if you require any special assistance.

South Street can be found on the south side of Reading town centre, on the corner of South Street and East Street, near The Oracle.
On Foot (from Reading Station);
At the station, walk down the new concourse to the Heathrow airbus exit and cross over the road to Blagrave Street, where you will see The Town Hall on the left. Go past this and through the pedestrianised The Town Hall Square and cross over by St Lawrence's church to the post office in the market place. Keeping to the left hand side of the Market Place, go down the hill to the traffic lights and cross straight over to Duke Street, over the river bridge, straight over the lights ahead and into London Street. First left up the hill is South Street, with the venue about one hundred metres on the left.

There is a limited amount of parking for patrons at the rear of the venue. This is free of charge. Queens Road public car park is a 2-3 minute walk from South Street.


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