There’s loads happening this Autumn: we asked our staff to pick out some highlights!
As seen on Comedy Central’s Stand Up Central and The Chris Ramsey Show & following a sold-out 2017 tour. Burning Duck Comedy bring Geordie comedian Carl Hutchinson is back to town with a brand new show ‘I Know I Shouldn’t Behave Like This…’.
Keep your ear to the ground and take a look at the facebook event to see if anyone has a spare ticket! We’ll hopefully be announcing more with NYBB in the future…
Following five years of cyber-silence, York human, Epilogues has rebranded and recorded a new array of heart breakers for public consumption. Epilogues (now miles.) will be releasing Beauty for Ashes with their band at this gig. Expect ethereal landscapes under twiddling guitars over dulcet vocals about heart stuff. Definitely for the faint hearted.
A record fair with books and ephemera. 15 stallholders with a wide selection of collectable vinyl records and secondhand books. There will be three fairs at The Crescent in 2018, on 23rd June, 22nd September and 17th November.
Celebrating sound system culture in York every month for 9 years! Come and raise a glass with us. Thank you so much to everyone who has come down and supported reggae music.
Rainbow Heart, the new one-woman musical show from The Bleeding Obvious endeavours to describe the experience through songs and tales of joy, grief, happiness, loss and defiance.
Another great comedy show from our friends at Burning Duck, this time featuring Ed Gamble. After a sellout national tour in 2017, he’s back with another bracing flurry of idiocy!
Join a friendly bunch of zine lovers in the next of our monthly socials.
Last Thursday of every month!
After their triumphant sellout show in April, the Kate Peters Big Band return for another show in the run up to Christmas.