We’ve been bringing bass culture to York for 13 years now.
Come and celebrate in proper Herbal Mafia style as we bring one of the biggest, most renowned and most prolific drum & bass and electronic music producers in the world.
The one and only, CALIBRE!
After the roaring success of Quizmas, we are bringing back the MEGAQUIZ on a regular basis!
Last Sunday of every month!
We welcome another live female vocalist for our January session!
Live PA from Leeds’ own Royal P!
A veteran performer with a warm stage presence and mature vocal style. Join us for a special evening!
Irie Vibes Sound System’s resident selectors running the riddims before and after.
Two of the finest singers to come out of the UK folk scene in the last 15 years have joined forces to record a brand new duo album. Recorded at Kate Rusby’s legendary Pure Records studio and produced by musical maestro Damien O’Kane, the album contains a dynamic mixture of revamped traditional material and brand new original songs, and promises to be one of the most exciting records of 2019.
The Stroppies are a four piece guitar-pop band from Melbourne, Australia. Their new album on Tough Love Records recalls the classic eighties Flying Nun jangle-punk of The Clean and The Verlaines; and college rock silliness of Guided By Voices and Pavement.
Miles and the Chain Gang take their cues from songwriters such as Bruce Springsteen, Van Morrison and Neil Young. Add in a touch of country, some new wave influences and a pinch of classic soul, and you have a potent mixture. These are great songs, well delivered with punch and considerable heart. The band includes songwriter and poet Miles Salter (vocals, guitar), Tim Bruce (bass) and Billy Hickling (percussion).
A special charity show supporting Karl Mullen’s mission to take a digital piano to the school he is visiting in Ethiopia! There will be a raffle, special guests and more! This gig is part of Independent Venue Week at The Crescent.
Say Owt brings you an opportunity to catch this hugely popular poet in The Crescent. Hollie was the winner of the Poetry Society’s Ted Hughes Award for New Work in Poetry in 2016 and counts Kate Tempest, Pink, Tim Minchin and Benjamin Zephaniah among her fans.
Live Art Bistro is back again… gyrating its way to York for one night only.
DRYHUMP is the perfect blend of amusement, carnage and cabaret. A fun, carnivorous cabaret salad one might even say. A salad with glitter boots and tweed jackets, topped to the brim with queer performance, grimy games and dancing shamelessly.
Two of York Theatre Royal’s 16-19 Youth Theatre groups present a new site-specific theatre piece inspired by The Crescent, and the stories that may have happened inside.