BOOTLEG BLONDIE is the world’s No.1 official Debbie Harry & Blondie tribute band established in 2001, the only tribute to have performed with two founder members of Blondie, legendary drummer Clem Burke and singer songwriter, bass player and author Gary Valentine.
Events — Gigs
After Lloyd’s last tour was interrupted by ‘you know what’ and ended up lasting eight years or so, he’s BACK with a brand-new fresh stand-up tour show for 2023. This is Lloyd’s biggest tour to date and he is pumped/really needs you to come.
Experimental singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, This Is The Kit member and indie hero Rozi Plain is back with a new record in 2023!
A very special show for us as part of Independent Venue Week.
Anna Meredith is a genre-crossing composer and producer whose work straddles the worlds of contemporary classical, art pop, electronica and experimental rock.
World Poetry Slam Champion Harry Baker is a poet and a maths graduate. He writes about important stuff like hope, dinosaurs and German falafel-spoons. His work has been shared on TED.com and viewed millions of times worldwide, as well as being translated into 21 different languages. When there’s not a global pandemic on he performs all over the country and has really really missed live gigs.
To celebrate the release of their Album ‘Never Going Under’ Circa Waves will come to York to play a special album launch show at the Crescent on Thursday 9th February 2023.
The triple Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee, underdog Fringe hero and delirious new mother (the first person to have two babies) returns with a show about the changes wrought by time, passion, moving to Scotland, and loving the world under – let’s face it – difficult circumstances.
West Yorkshire electric blues guitarist Chantel McGregor brings her band back to The Crescent.
Having released her 16th album Gimme Some Wine to rave reviews at the end of 2021, Eleanor McEvoy one of Ireland’s foremost songwriters is now back on the road following the release of her latest riveting single ‘South Anne Street’.
Orlando Weeks studied illustration at Brighton University before spending a decade in the band, The Maccabees. In 2016, when the group decided to disband he set about writing The Gritterman, his first book. He is on the verge of releasing his second solo album, ‘Hop Up’.