Hallelujah! Night celebrating Leonard Cohen coming to Stroud
By Sophie Ladd
A night interpreting one of the greatest songwriters of all time, Leonard Cohen is coming to Stroud Sub Rooms in September.
The Canadian singer-songwriter who wrote the iconic song Hallelujah, amongst countless others had just under 50 years of musical success on top of 20 prior years as a novelist and poet before his death in 2016. He managed to release 15 albums in his lifetime.
The night features an eight-piece collective of musicians celebrating and interpreting the musical works of the incredible singer-songwriter.
To book tickets for the event happening at 8pm on Thursday, September 16, click here.
Tickets cost between £23.50-£25.50.
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