Zoe Hayter live at La Chaussée

Zoe Hayter needs no introduction to  La Chaussée, and we are genuinely delighted to be the venue for the last show of her current tour on  Sunday, March 10, when she’ll be supporting Prague-based musician James Harries (scroll down). 

Doors open at 7:15 p.m. for snacks and bars
The concert starts at 8 p.m.
Tickets: €8

 The ‘RAW’ tour across Ireland, the UK & France has been delighting audiences from Galway to Paris and included a date at London’s legendary venue, The Green Note. Zoe is on the road promoting her first solo record. RAW is a collection of songs that have come to life for the past six years throughout this beautiful adventure of existence. 

Zoe is an English-Czech singer-songwriter, theater, and street performer – and the granddaughter of Padyy and Freddy, so she is a massive part of the Footsbarn family. She’s been performing on the streets and in venues all over Europe since childhood. In 2015, forming a band based in Prague, she recorded her debut album Only Breathing at 14, producing it with the money Zoe made from busking daily for a year. After about 200 of her concerts, In 2019, she joined the Footsbarn Travelling Theatre company, becoming a part of their co-production with Glen Hansard and Breanndán Ó Beaglaoich, The Crock of Gold, which toured until the summer of 2022. She completed two years of physical theatre training at the L’École Internationale de Théâtre Jacques Lecoq in Paris, graduating in June 2023. Spending the summer touring Ireland, Zoe joined the Carlow Fringe Arts Festival team as the Director of Entertainment, played at one of the main stages at Electric Picnic, and, coming into autumn, performed at the Macnas Halloween parade. She worked at the Baboró Children’s Arts Festival. 

For more on Zoe and her music, check out these links:
Listen to RAW at: https://linkup.top/zoehayter

About James Harries

Hailing from Manchester, James Harries is a singer-songwriter and film composer who currently divides his time between the UK & the Czech Republic.
Known for his eclectic songwriting and stunning live performances, he has spent the past 20 years touring internationally (UK, Europe, USA & Asia).
Harries has seen mainstream radio success across Europe, has amassed millions of Spotify streams and achieved widespread critical acclaim. 
He has just released his 10th solo album, a lush alternative folk-pop record that is a triumph of understated grace. It has been received emphatically in his adopted country, “Album of the Week” in the major Czech music press and the single “Diamond Girl” has been playlisted on a cross section of radios (national & local), as well as in USA & the Netherlands.