22-year-old British musician Isaac Gracie has the world at his feet. Growing up in Ealing, the son of poet, Judith Gracie, Isaac wrote his first songs at the age of fourteen, inspired by familiar greats in the Buckleys, Radiohead, Leonard Cohen, and Bob Dylan.
Three riff-ready York bands set to light up your Friday night including sets from debutante indie-rockers Honours, garage rock five piece Nauseous Skies and young rock band Silvertones who’ve impressed everyone at The Crescent over the last month.
After lots of cool and fun evenings at the Post Office Club we are very pleased to announce that the next Jazz Lounge gig will be on Sunday 11 March 2018 at The Crescent Community Venue off Blossom Street in York.
Our new Rock’n’Roll / Rockabilly night opens up with an ace trio… THE RHYTHM ACES! Support from Echoes of the Past DJ.
We are delighted to announce this York show for the incredible Alfa Mist, an integral part of the new generation of Jazz emerging from London at the moment. Now with the added bonus of Barney Artist in support too!
Join us for an evening of poetry, comedy, music and discussion with Darren McGarvey (A.K.A Loki), rapper, activist and young author on the subject of poverty; he has also presented various shows for the BBC on the topic.
With music and spoken word from both female and male artists let’s try and focus together on eliminating gender stereotypes and work towards an equal society!
Frontman and creative force behind Sunderland band The Futureheads, Barry Hyde, will be returning to the stage, performing solo acoustic guitar shows of the anthems everyone knows and loves. The set will include songs from all five Futureheads albums and also a few choice songs […]
M*A*S*H*E*D is back in 2018 bringing you some serious sunshine to brighten up a cold, grey January. For our first session of the New Year we are bringing you three of our favourite acts from last year’s What the….? Festival in Devon. If you’ve been lucky enough to attend one of What the…?’s parties, which are usually private, invite-only events, you will know that they are really, really good.
Rob casts an introspective eye over the world of hair, underpinned by leaving his head hair and beard to their own devices until he has performed The Hair Show for the final time. Join Rob as he explores the importance of appearance and how people react to someone who looks like he has checked out.