End of May Acoustic Night – The Rail Way Inn

End of May Acoustic Night – The Rail Way Inn

The Railway Inn 3 St Paul's Hill, Winchester SO22 5AE, UK

06:00 PM - 09:00 PM 26th May 2024 240 Views 41 likes Share


End Of May Acoustic Night @ The Rail Way Inn

Join us on the 26th of May to celebrate the bank holiday with an all-acoustic show at the amazing Rail Way Inn. We have four fantastic acts lined up to provide a night of varied music styles. Come and join us and support some live local music.

Tickets are available for £8 advance and £10 on the door

Doors @ 6 pm

Charlie Smith

My name might be common, but my style is alternative. I’m Charlie Smith a raw, honest, singer-songwriter from Hampshire, UK. I host and perform at my own shows at venues such as The Railway Inn, The Attic & The Arthouse. In October 2023 I embarked on my first solo tour of northern England and released my latest Live EP ‘Southampton Sessions’.

Joshua Chinappen

Joshua Chinappen is an acoustic artist from Hampshire. Using his loop pedal he creates a wall of textured sound and harmony. Having gigged at venues around Southampton (The Hobbit and Heart Breakers) he makes his musical debut in Winchester. His latest EP ‘Stuck in my room’ was released in October last year.


Rhirhi is a South London-based unsigned indie bedroom pop songwriter and artist who grew up on the Isle of Wight, curating songs with themes of love, loss and mental health. Inspired by the Velvet Underground, The Beatles and more current artists such as Dodie, Cavetown, and Sir Chloe, rhirhi’s music is an easy listen and a relaxing, grounding experience. With 4 years of professional gigging experience, most notably performing at the Isle Of Wight festival and iconic London venues such as The Troubadour, Half Moon and Cavern. Rhirhi’s career is well underway. her music has been described as ‘almost haunting’ by BBC Introducing Solent and ‘like a warm hug’ by her listeners. Her debut full-length album ‘Getting Older, Getting Older’ was released in December ’23 as well as three EPs and multiple singles out on all streaming services.

The Hinton Cleeves Conspiracy (The HCC)

Southampton’s The HCC come roaring back to their second home in Winchester. This is a stripped-back, acoustic version of their full band set but keeping faith with the killer riffs and heavier influences. Not heard them yet? Well, these guys carry the banner of psychedelic rock comfortably alongside the influences you would expect from a collective of party people schooled on the 90’s indie scene!

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