Ravin’ Rascals in the new family-friendly event hitting York this summer, providing the ultimate rave experience for children and parents alike!
Events — Gigs
A fantastic triple bill. Charlie Parr returns and this time he’s hooked up with JD Wilkes of the Legendary Shack Shakers and local legend Boss Caine to bring the house right down. This is our kind of party!
Auger are very excited to return for a 3rd show in York, after previous storming shows in the City at both Fibbers & The Fulford. Support is from Momento Mori UK & Rain Children.
Lockeland is straight-up contemporary country with a throwback twist; the trio’s blend of talents complement one another to “go down smooth” naturally and instinctively. The group’s polished, easy-does-it dynamics, intricate three-part harmonies and simplistic, meaningful storylines are its signature.
Dan Webster plays an accessible mix of Folk/Americana and has been building loyal fanbase ever since breakthrough album ‘Diamond Land’ featured on the likes of Hollyoaks, BBC Radio 2 and BBC 1. They finish the summer with a home town show at The Crescent!
The Furrow Collective is an English/Scottish band consisting of four talented and individually prominent performers: Lucy Farrell (viola, voice & saw), Rachel Newton (harp, fiddle, voice), Emily Portman (banjo, concertina, voice) and Alasdair Roberts (guitars, voice).
The Buster Keaton Picture Show sees acclaimed instrumental group Haiku Salut perform an original, contemporary live score to Buster Keaton’s 1926 comedy classic The General.
Man founded in 1968 are a much loved “progressive” rock band formed in Wales. Sometimes called the UK equivalent of the “Grateful Dead” due to their ability to go into spontaneous “jam” sessions. The band are currently working on their latest album at The Coachhouse Studio in Hesdin, France.
Encouraging The Loony is a highly unique instrumental duo featuring Karl Mullen on piano and Neil Scott on drums. Focussing heavily on entertainment, high level musicianship, and improvisation, the band gleefully reimagine and combine anything and everything from the worlds of pop, rock, jazz, blues, reggae, and classical music.
In December 2017, Shut Out The Light’s documentary about Labour stalwart Dennis Skinner, Nature of the Beast, played to a sold-out audience at Redhills – The Miners’ Hall in Durham. Having filmed at the Gala for Nature of the Beast and then being exposed to the history and aura of Redhills, Shut Out The Light approached the Durham Miners’ Association about the possibility of making the first official feature-length documentary about the Gala.