THIS SHOW WILL NOW TAKE PLACE AT THE BASEMENT IN YORK ON OCT 15TH!
After three hugely successful BBC series as Lee Nelson, multiple sell-out tours and various court appearances, the award-winning comedian unleashes his funniest creation yet… himself!
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.
Resurrected from the ashes, come and witness two time Edinburgh Comedy Award Nominee and International Treasure In Waiting shaking his ass, singing songs and righting wrongs. You don’t deserve this…
**This show is now cancelled due to governmental social distancing measures put in place to combat the COVID-19 outbreak. Refunds available from your point of purchase.**
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).
Ed Wynne formed his band Ozric Tentacles at Stonehenge Free Festival 1983 and became staples of the UK festival scene for the next 30+ years including being regulars at Glastonbury Festival. He has an new album and is performing here as a duo.
A DJ who dares to play something different: irresistible dance music from around Africa, the Caribbean, and Latin America – Soukouss to Salsa, Roots Reggae to Rai, Soca to South African Township Jive.
Boy Azooga are a left-field, gently psychedelic, indie-pop band formed in Cardiff by Davey Newington and signed to the very fabulous Heavenly Recordings. Hot, young support act now included!
On May 12th 2010, the Conservative Party and the Liberal Democrat Party agreed to form a coalition government and instigated a wave of austerity measures that punished the poorest in society. To mark 10 years of solidarity and resistance against Tory rule, we’re hosting a celebratory gig of music, poetry and good vibes.
Liverpool trio The Mysterines return to York in May. The majority of their tour dates in February are sold out so don’t sleep on this opportunity to see one of the UK’s most exciting new rock and roll bands in a small, local venue.