7:30 - 11PM : £10


Doors 7.30PM
Support 8PM
Samantha Harvey 8.45PM
Curfew 11PM

UK Pop sensation Samantha Harvey heads to Deaf on Monday 12th November!

Samantha Harvey is a social media phenomenon. Born in Ipswich, England, the 25 year old singer-songwriter was a full time cleaner until January 2017, and in her spare-time recorded covers which she posted to her social media channels. Since Samantha’s first cover in 2015, she has had over 460 Million views, over 2.1 million likes on Facebook, and over 1.5 YouTube subscribers, resulting in an incredibly impressive combined social media following in excess of 3.8 Million.

In December 2016 Samantha was named as the Christmas ambassador for McDonalds, fronting their online campaign. This was McDonalds highest reach of any organic post they have produced, with over 5.5 million views in one month. Due to the success of this campaign, McDonalds recently secured Samantha as the online ambassador for Festival Season 2017.

In March 2017 Samantha partnered with YouTube offering 250 fans the opportunity to see Samantha perform live at The Space in London, and in July 2017 announced her first headline show at the O2 Academy Islington
Samantha is a firm favourite at YouTube, being asked to perform at a number of their high-profile events. Most notably YouTube allowed Samantha to shoot her debut music video for ‘Forgive Forget’ at their YouTube Space.

Recently Pepsi worldwide, made Samantha & James Arthur the face of their ‘Sound Drop Campaign’, whereby Sam & James discussed their musical influences, with Samantha reinterpreting James’ single ‘Can I Be Him’. This is the first time Pepsi have done this campaign outside of the United States – the YouTube video has over 2.5 million views.

Samantha went to Los Angeles in April 2017 and recorded her debut single ‘Forgive Forget’, a beautiful and incredibly powerful mid-tempo ballad, which has been written and produced by Jayson DeZuzio. Jayson has worked with Imagine Dragons, Little Mix, Christina Aguilera and Plain White T’s to name a few.
More & more of the YouTube generation want to keep direct access to their audience, and Samantha is no different. Which is why in January she decided to turn down label interest and release ‘Forgive Forget’ independently & self-fund the campaign, so that she could ensure her direct relationship with the audience continues. Due to the support of YouTube, the ‘Forgive Forget’ campaign was a huge success peaking on the iTunes chart 4th UK, Top100 US, Top60 Australia & 3rd Ireland.
After the success of independently releasing ‘Forgive Forget’, Samantha signed to Virgin EMI & Capitol Records in August 2017.
Samantha has proved that with hard work & independence anything is possible.