Florence + The Machine, Bloc Party, Frank Turner to play tiny War Child gigs

Lianne La Havas will perform in a living room fas part of charity gigs

Florence And The Machine, Bloc Party, Frank Turner and Jamie xx are among a host of artists set to play special intimate shows for charity next month.

War Child has announced details of its ‘Passport to Brits Week’, a series of shows in London leading up to the Brit Awards in February.

Bloc Party will kick the gig series off at the 350 capacity Bush Hall on February 15, with Frank Turner playing The Monarch in Camden, north London a day later.


Jamie xx will play Dalston’s LN-CC boutique on February 21, while Florence and the Machine plays St John at Hackney church on February 26.


Lianne La Havas will perform in a living room (exact location to be announced), while Professor Green and Above & Beyond will also play shows.

Fans can stand the chance of winning a pair of tickets by making a donation of £4.50 to War Child. See more details here.

See the gigs in full below.

Bloc Party – London, Bush Hall (February 15)
Frank Turner – London, The Monarch (16)
Professor Green – London, Oslo (17)
Jamie xx – London, LN-CC (21)
Above & Beyond – London, The Pickle Factory (23)
Lianne La Havas – London, Sofar Sounds Living Room (23)
Florence and the Machine – London, St John at Hackney (26)

The Brit Awards 2016 itself takes place on February 24 at London’s O2 Arena.