London indie-rockers The Rifles return to The Crescent for an acoustic show in February.
Bootleg Blondie is the world’s No. 1 official Debbie Harry and Blondie tribute band.
The Haggis Horns return, this time with a new album under their belt! Bring your dancing shoes for this funk filled Friday night of madness.
Leeds’ six-piece party-rock band Hope & Social come to play for us.
Now delayed until July 2021! Sorry all. Will be fun when it happens.
But still sold out.
One of the hottest young bands in the UK comes to treat up to some excellent post-punk.
Liam Noble, AKA Big Mad Andy, brings you the ultimate quiz on one of Britain’s favourite sitcoms, Peep Show!
Performing choice cuts of gonzo mutato classics from throughout the career of Akron, OHIO’s finest sons; a labour of love and sincerity bringing the message of Devolution to the good spuds of the UK.
New date! 4th time lucky…
York Blues Festival is back for a second time! After the resounding success of the first event, Paul Winn & Ben Darwin from Yorks own DC Blues have taken on the mantle of once again bringing “The Blues” to the great City of York. There will be live music through to 11PM plus a charity raffle.
In 2017, Mark Watson – a man prone to considerable anxiety, with multiple phobias and a history of piss-poor self-esteem – was asked to go on Celebrity Island with Bear Grylls. It really wasn’t for him at all because his favourite things include safety, comfort, food and not being scared and miserable. But the experience changed the shambolic comedian for the better, and now he’s written a sort of motivational talk about what it taught him. But still with jokes.
‘Hayseed Dixie highlights the worth of mountain music to all things rock: energy, dirt-punk rhythm, careening harmonies and the fundamental right of all no-good fuck-ups to raise hell come Saturday night.’