Live Dates

Hen (and more than likely, Les too) is coming to a town or living room near you.


CDs, DVD, T-shirts

House Gigs

Would you like Henry to perform in your living room, garden, or function room…or even on an allotment?


Songwriting workshops in schools and other settings.


More than 37 years making music.

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Upcoming Events

7:30 pm Cardiff – Alan Thompson Memorial... @ TBC
Cardiff – Alan Thompson Memorial... @ TBC
Jun 29 @ 7:30 pm
Memorial gig in memory of the late Alan Thompson…BBC Radio Wales DJ, and big supporter of Henry’s music… Tickets:
7:30 pm Uxbridge, housegig*
Uxbridge, housegig*
Jul 6 @ 7:30 pm
*Private function; sorry, tho’ some housegigs are open to the public, this particular one is not. For info on these house concerts, and to enquire about Henry’s housegigs see this link:  
2:00 pm Liverpool – An Audience with Hen... @ 81 Renshaw Street
Liverpool – An Audience with Hen... @ 81 Renshaw Street
Jul 8 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Liverpool - An Audience with Henry P (Sunday afternoon event) @ 81 Renshaw Street | England | United Kingdom
An Audience with Henry Priestman ‘Tall Tales & Short Stories from 40 years in Pop’  (plus the odd droll ditty and ribald rhyme) Don’t miss out on this one-off opportunity to catch Henry in conversation[...]
Album cover for The Last mad Surge of Youth by Henry Priestman

“…compares favourably to Ray Davies. These are heart-warming self-assured songs from a man confidently declaring that he’s not done yet”


Uncut Magazine

“Clever crafted songwriting…full of proper tunes & grown-up words…a clever, wily,  literate writer”


R2 Magazine

“A lovingly crafted album… his fourth act might be his best”


Classic Pop Magazine

It’s all bound by Priestman’s songwriterly craft: some things age cannot whither”


Q Magazine