June 18, 2021

Join us for a special performance by singer songwriter Max Runham.

Friday Music: Max Runham

Dates June 18, 2021 - June 18, 2021

Times 5:00 pm - 5:50 pm

Price Free but Ticketed. Booking is Essential.

Location Oxford House Cafe

Max Runham is a singer-songwriter/composer/producer from South East London. Starting his professional career as an actor, Max’s craft was focused on storytelling and engaging an audience. Recently he has been dedicating himself to music full-time and formed a 4-piece band in 2019 playing his original songs on the London circuit. Max has always been inspired by the roots of Blues and Soul which has made its way into his writing from artists like Ray LaMontagne, Ray Charles, James Taylor, Carole King… Max has been using this quiet period to focus more heavily on music production and has been involved in creating music for a couple of documentaries and dance show ‘ÖGONBLICK’ in Sweden. He was also part of the 2020 Johnny Mercer Foundation Songwriting course which was led by master teachers, Andrew Lippa, Lindy Robbins, Craig Carnelia and Stephen Bray. Max has released 3 EP’s so far. His first, ‘Better Get In Line’ was released in 2018 followed the next year by a 3 track live EP, ‘Vibrans Soup’ and finally ‘Lockdown’ which was made in mid-2020.


This performance forms part of Oxford House’s Friday Music programme, a series of afternoon music performances in our cafe throughout summer. Performances are ticketed and have limited capacity so booking is essential. If  all ticket for this show have all sold out, please keep checking the website to see if more tickets have been released or please book  another performance.

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Friday Music: Max Runham

Dates June 18, 2021 - June 18, 2021

Times 5:00 pm - 5:50 pm

Price Free but Ticketed. Booking is Essential.

Location Oxford House Cafe

Safety at our venue

This performance will take place indoors at Oxford House Cafe. We operate a Covid Secure venue and will have a number of measures in place to welcome visitors back safely. This includes:

Reduced audience capacities and social distancing during all performances

Ticketing all Performances – no ticket, no entry

Clear safety signage and one-way systems

Providing Hand sanitiser to all visitors

Enhanced Cleaning

Oxford House is legally obliged to take part in the NHS Test and Trace service. This means that we will need to collect information about audience members and building users, which will only be used to this purpose.


All Visitors Must:

Purchase their tickets in advance. No Ticket, No Entry.

Wear Face Coverings. Unless medically exempt

All food and drink must be eaten while seated

Remain seated throughout the duration of the performance (unless using the loos)

Follow social distancing measures when inside our venue

Please maintain social distancing and wear a facemask when using going to toilets.

Visitors must follow current government restrictions on ‘the rule of 6’ and household restrictions.

Last but not least, we encourage all visitors to arrive on time and to let us know in good time if they cannot attend. Please do not attend our venue is you are showing any Covid 19 symptoms.

We are a small venue and are trying our best to make events work and ensure that visitors,  artists, staff and our community can enjoy themselves after an incredibly difficult year. Please bear with us as some things may change last minute or be a little bit more complex than we are all used to. We will all work together to figure it out and look forward to finally welcoming you back!

Any questions? 

Email events@oxfordhouse.org.uk