Don’t miss BETTY performing in London with support from Lots Holloway

And yes, they will be playing the theme song from The L Word


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Francesca Galliani

 

When legendary feminist rock band BETTY performed at the Radio DIVA Women’s Stage at Pride in London, they sent the crowd wild. Our favourite moment has to be when they belted out The L Word theme song and actors Rachel Shelley and Victoria Broom joined them onstage for a boogie.

 

 

So you can understand our excitement at the news that BETTY are coming back to Blighty to perform a rare intimate gig at The Green Note in Camden.

 

As if that wasn’t amazing enough, their support act is none other than DIVA fave Lots Holloway. The two acts met and bonded at the Radio DIVA Women’s Stage this year!

 

 

BETTY will perform an intoxicating mix of acoustic and electric songs with their trademark humour and political edge. Listen out for tracks from their latest recording On The Rocks.

 

And, don't worry, they’ve assured us they'll play the theme song from The L Word.

 

See you by the stage!

 

BETTY is performing at The Green Note on 1 August 2017

Doors 7pm, music starts 8.30pm

Tickets £20

For more info look here: wegottickets.com/greennote/event/408710

 

 

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