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Leddra Chapman

Leddra Chapman is an independent singer/songwriter from London, releasing heartfelt folk/ pop music from her own label, ALC Music. Known for her high, soprano voice, the self-taught musician has accumulated over 30 million streams across various platforms.

Debut album ‘Telling Tales’, was acclaimed as ‘pitch-perfect acoustic pop’ by The Independent. The album was play-listed by BBC Radio 2 and personally championed by Sir Terry Wogan. This period of time culminated a televised live performance of the single on ITV’s This Morning. Leddra has toured with the likes of Tom Jones, Katie Melua and Ed Sheeran (who invited her to guest vocal on his EP ‘Songs I Wrote With Amy’ and on his debut album, ‘+’)

This was followed by her second album “Fidelity & Grace”. Lead-track ‘All About You’ was to become a live favourite & was named ‘Record of the Week’ on BBC Radio 2. Leddra also found the time to duet with Alistair Griffin on the BBC Radio 2 B-listed ‘The One’. The track was the fifth single in a row with Leddra’s name on it to be play-listed by Radio 2 and continued to showcase her development as an artist.

Working within higher education for over seven years and across songwriting, performance & business modules, Leddra is also the lead for the University of Westminster ‘s Music Production, Performance and Business degree, and passionate about educating the next generation of creative industry professionals.

Leddra recently sold out her homecoming gig in London in record time, she now looks forward to 2024 which will see the release of her 3rd full length studio album.

Book a table for pre-concert dining

Acapela Studio provides pre-concert dining between 6.00pm and 7.30pm from our wood burning pizza oven. To view the current menu visit here.

Please purchase your concert tickets first before booking a table. We will not accept any table bookings that do not have a corresponding ticket purchase.

Then return to the event page to book your table, by selecting the date of your event, number of diners and time you require table. The times shown are the only vacancies left.  Please complete your email and phone number as this is required to ensure your table is allocated. You will receive confirmation of your booking by email and text.

If on the date you have chosen no tables are available - no times will be shown and the booking system will revert you back to todays date - PLEASE ENSURE YOU BOOK THE CORRECT DATE!

PLEASE NOTE THE VENUE RELIES ON THE INCOME FROM DINING TO ENSURE WE CAN BOOK ALL THE GREAT ACTS PERFORMING.

Income from the provision of pizzas is very important to the venue and if you have booked a table it is a requirement that all people sat at tables order food - a salad alternative is available to pizzas. Please do ensure that all individuals will be ordering on your table - if  this is not the case please cancel your table so others who are looking to dine can do so. Our apologies to raise this but recently we have had many tables (some very large) where less than 50% of those sat at tables have ordered food. Financially this is a real problem to the sustainability of the venue. 

  • All seating at tables must purchase a pizza - so please do not book a table if everyone is not eating.
  • Please ensure that you arrive 10 minutes before the time slot allocated to order your pizzas prior to your booking time.
  • Tables not seated within 15 minutes of the allocated time may be lost and allocated to other audience members wishing to order pizzas.
  • If you wish to book a table for 6 or more please email info@acapela.co.uk

Please note that all of our pizzas are made fresh to order and cooked in an authentic wood-fired oven. It may take up to 45 minutes to be served during busy periods.

IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO BOOK A TABLE YOU CAN STILL ORDER PIZZAS ON THE NIGHT (USUALLY ON BUSY NIGHTS NO LATER THAN  7.15PM) AND WE WILL SERVE THEM TO YOU WHEREVER YOU ARE SAT IN THE VENUE - IN A PIZZA BOX.  

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