Double Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee Ahir Shah returns to stand-up with a new show about significance, insignificance, and scurvy. Featuring his signature blend of philosophical inquiry, personal examination, and sweet gags, Events promises to be the single greatest work of art ever named after a probably apocryphal quote from Prime Minister Harold Macmillan.
One of the cities very best, garage-rock quartet Cowgirl celebrate the release of thir debut album at The Crescent in September.
Roll up, roll up!
Performance poet, and one of the first of the “Punk Poets” Attila the Stockbroker comes to York as part of his 40th Anniversary Tour. Cherry Red have just issued a collected works called “Heart on my Sleeve” as a celebration.
A triple bill of big riffing heavy rock & metal comes to The Crescent with festival faves and Warrior Soul & Grand Magus touring buddies Blind River headlining.
A mega, heady Rocket Recordings double bill is upon us! Come join a trip through krautrock, seventies sci-fi soundtrack apocolyptica and propulsive psychedelia.
High grade Psychedelic Cumbia, created by 4 gals from all corners of the globe.
It’s been a busy lockdown for Los Bitchos, we’re beyond excited to say, they’ve finished recording their debut album with Franz Ferdinand frontman, Alex Kapranos, and of course, it sounds like the biggest party imaginable.
Legendary Manchester DJ, MC and beatmaker Konny Kon and Tyler Daley, aka Hoodman, are Children of Zeus!
Tickets on sale Friday 11th June for the York debut in the autumn.
Another hot-as-it-comes booking from Ouroboros at The Crescent.
With ambient 80s-inspired big hooks, silky vocals and earworm riffs, York five piece Talk More may be fresh off the blocks, but in a short time they have created quite the buzz.
Forge Zine and Hallmark Theatre have banded together to bring you a night of creativity and fun. Actors, musicians, writers and artists come together at The Crescent to bring you a varied night of entertainment.
From heavy Celtic roots to driving punk, ska/reggae to well-oiled sing-alongs and choking ballads, The Rumjacks’ are from Sydney and do the type of Celtic Punk that will satisfy fans of Ferocious Dog, Levellers, Dropkick Murphys, Anti Flag, Gogol Bordello…