Events — Gigs

Sarathy Korwar – **CANCELLED**

Due to a scheduling conflict this show is now cancelled. Sorry everyone. Refunds are available from your point of purchase.
Hopefully we’ll have a new date in the spring.

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Vipertime + Jabberwocky Orkest

This show replaces the planned engagement with Sarathy Korwar who has unfortunately had to cancel. Vipertime are so good however that we figure a way of getting them to pop over anyway. It’s three quid and it’s a bargain. We also get to welcome new York-based 11-piece fusion outfit Jabberwocky Orkest to The Crescent floor for the first time.

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Dennis Rollins’ Funky Funk!

Following 8 years working with Maceo Parker, funky’bone maestro Dennis Rollins debuts his all-new groove outfit ‘FUNKY-FUNK!’ An award-winning ‘bone player and still at the forefront of jazz worldwide, Dennis brings an electrifying band he guarantees will make you move your body! Exploring infectious grooves with sumptuous funky trombone melodies, this band is a must see!

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Rozi Plain + Elk

Rozi Plain brings her band back to The Crescent after the release of a quite wonderful fourth album in April this year. And we’re delighted!

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The Crescent Cabaret – **SOLD OUT**

Ladies and gentleman please brace yourself for the arrival of the Crescent Cabaret!
Wooooo! Featuring an array of magical, musical and comedic cabaret stars including Maynard Flip Flap, Precious Cleaver, Hattie Hatstar, Billy Button, York Lindy and more!

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Pye Corner Audio (Live)

PCA ‘Head Technician’ Martin Jenkins has been been releasing heavenly widescreen synth records a while now for labels like Death Waltz and Ghost Box. Techno influenced, imaginary sci-fi soundtrack-type stuff. If John Carpenter or Delia Derbyshire considered the dancefloor perhaps. Recommended.

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Kris Barras + Elles Bailey

UK guitarist Kris Barras is known for his high-energy hybrid of no-nonsense rock, blues and country. Winners of ‘best new band’ in the 2018 planet rock awards, The Kris Barras Band have become one of the UK’s fastest rising acts.

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