Join Britain’s leading political comedian as he once again promises his last show as an EU citizen (maybe).
Events — Gigs
Due to coronavirus and his own ill health, Mike has taken the decision to suspend all his touring until 2022. Regrettably this show has been cancelled, online purchasers will be refunded automatically. Please accept our apologies and we wish Mike all the very best for the future and a full and speedy recovery.
In this all-new show, multi-award winning stand-up comic Rob Newman weaves together Nietzsche’s sunglasses, James Bond in Toxteth, electric spiders and singing Neanderthals into a hilarious tour-de-force that offers new hopes for a changing world.
Following on from their packed out Opera House acoustic show at Rebellion 2019 -Segs ,Ruffy and Leigh finally take the Acoustic show on the road leading you on a journey through the Ruts/RutsDC catalogue and more.
Describing herself simply as a “modern English musician”, Eliza Carthy herself is one of the most recognisable faces of the English folk revival. Her first “solo” album of traditional music in 14 years, Restitute is literally a homely affair, recorded as it was at Eliza’s home in the picturesque Robin Hood’s Bay, North Yorkshire.
But still sold out.
One of the hottest young bands in the UK comes to treat up to some excellent post-punk.
The Time Show’ is the latest comedy/theatre/spoken word show by writer and performer of some of what he writes Rob Auton, “the Fringe’s comedian laureate” (British Comedy Guide) now turns his attention to time. He will be asking questions such as “What time is it?” and “What is it time?”
A new album released by the super-cool Secretly Canadian label has propelled Porridge Radio from a word-of-mouth gem of Brighton’s DIY scene to one of the country’s most exciting upcoming bands. Last here opening for BC Camplight and we’re very pleased to see them return.
Avalanche Party is feral garage-punk rock & roll from the North Yorkshire Moors. Their sound is intense and immediate, so new yet so familiar, brimming with an urgency that explodes off the stage like the front lines of a war you didn’t even realise was being fought. Every note played through white knuckles, every word spat through gritted teeth.
London indie-rockers The Rifles return to The Crescent for an acoustic show in February.