Nick has unfortunately had to cancel his planned tour, we apologise for any inconvenience.
All tickets will be refunded from your point of purchase.
Please Please You presents Rachael Dadd (& band) Sunday 14th March, 7.30pm Tickets are £8 in advance (more on the door) and are available online via See Tickets. **This event is postponed due to the pandemic. We’ll have more information for you here as soon […]
Hailing from Aarhus, Denmark, Athletic Progression is an instrumental trio rooted in Hip Hop and Jazz. Deeply rooted in J Dilla-esque swing with heavy, meditative vibes, instantly recognizable and insanely catchy. But these grooves do not emanate from samplers and chopped up breaks – they are played live.
For fans of Bikini Kill, The Julie Ruin, Dream Wife, The Regrettes and The Ramones, Dream Nails are a punk force to be reckoned with. Founded by feminist activists in 2015, this hotly tipped band of witches mix political rage with contagious pop punk joy, winning hearts (and funds for abortion charities) wherever they go.
Salford singer-songwriter Ren Harvieu leads a five-piece band feat. The Magic Numbers’ siblings Romeo & Michele Soddart to perform songs from her new album Revel In the Drama (Bella Union).
The Haggis Horns return, this time with a new album under their belt! Bring your dancing shoes for this funk filled Friday night of madness.
A double bill of soulful Americana and exquisite songwriter fare from Dartford, Kent’s David Ford and Waco, Texas’ Jarrod Dickenson.
Leading Cuban musicians and heirs to Buena Vista Social Club, Sambroso Allstars bring their sellout show to York performing one of the most iconic albums in living memory.
PONGO embodies the renewal of Kuduro, mixing her African, Langan & Zairian roots with EDM, bass music, dancehall & melodic pop.
Her powerful, rhythmic, but equally fragile & sensitive voice draws us into her world, on the borders of dance & saudade, where no one has taken us before.
Multi award winning comedian Kiri Pritchard-McLean is back with her fourth full length show. Previous shows have seen her tackle structural racism, sexism, child grooming, adoption and emotional abuse so what seemingly unfunny subject has she picked to turn into laughs this year? Chernobyl? The shrinking size of creme eggs? No, empathy. Which sounds fine actually but maybe not the way Kiri tackles it.