Four young York bands join forces to throw you a party in The Crescent.
York indie rock quartet Skylights return to headline The Crescent in February. Early ticket purchase recommended!
A trio of excellent, leftfield, folky songwriters from Yorkshire.
Critically acclaimed comedian and host of Vice’s Hate Thy Neighbour and Channel 4’s Adventures in Futureland, Jamali Maddix is heading out on tour after an incredible 2018 World Tour. The new show reflects on tales from the front line of social change and uncomfortable home truths.
Mark uses his trademark style of storytelling, stand-up, subversion and really, really, well researched material to try and find out how the hell we ended up in the middle of this shit show.
One of British comedy’s most exciting talents (although she’s Danish), winner of the prestigious Edinburgh Best Newcomer Award, a cult podcaster, and now the author of the hugely successful book ‘Happy Fat’, Sofie Hagen visits York with a brand new show direct from the Edinburgh Fringe.
The top three bass heavy promotions in York go head to head in an epic sound clash! All the crews have formidable reputations and a strong squad of DJs, who will be hardest on the dancefloor!?
Expect to hear all styles of bass music across 2 rooms – from hiphop and dub to grime, trap, dubstep, UKG and bassline all the way to jungle and drum&bass and beyond!
Hosted by the legend Keon!
Celtic Connections Danny Kyle Award winner Bella Gaffney (guitar, vocals) and acclaimed mandolin player Polly Bolton came together last year, fusing Celtic folk with bluegrass in an exciting new collaboration. Joined by Sarah Smout (cello) and Holly Brandon (fiddle) for 2019, this all-female four-piece is already establishing a fearsome reputation for their glittering live shows, onstage rapport and genre-busting original and traditional material.
Nominated for Best Show at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards in 2017 and 2018, Ahir Shah is on tour again with his new stand-up show DOTS. Featuring Shah’s signature blend of philosophical inquiry, personal examination, and real fun jokes, DOTS explores love, politics, culture, depression, and faith in an effort to examine the necessity, utility, presence, and absence of certainty. Probably.
Glaswegian garage-rock party band Sweaty Palms return to York with equally hot supports.