After a triumphant year including a memorable live stream from The Minster in York and finally getting to celebrate their debut album by touring the UK and Europe culminating in two amazing sold out shows at Brudenell Social Club last month; The Howl & The Hum return to their spiritual home at The Crescent for a special Christmas show on December 15th.
Since 2014, Say Owt have been hosting raucous poetry slams where performers get 3 mins to wow an audience. They’ve become the mainstay of the York community. Whether you love the written (and spoken) word or are just curious, this high energy event features a host of poets each with a unique style.
Emma Kenny is one of the UK’s most notable Psychological Therapists and Crime commentators. Whilst Emma specialises in victimology, she is mostly known in the media for presenting crime shows including Britain’s Darkest Taboos, Lady Killers, and The Killer in My Family.
Renowned for an action-packed explosion of a show, LIMEHOUSE LIZZY continue to keep the spirit of Celtic rock icon Philip Lynott and Thin Lizzy alive.
Yorks very first Zine Fest is back and continues to bring together paper lovers and celebrate DIY publishing.
A monster collaboration with Brudenell Presents & Crash Records to celebrate the release of Damon Albarn’s new album ‘The Nearer The Fountain, More Pure The Stream Flows’.
The Unthanks return to live touring after two years off the road, with the rich and colourful sound of their eleven-piece ensemble, showcasing forthcoming new album, Sorrows Away, alongside favourites such as Magpie, The King Of Rome and Mount The Air.
Hailing from Waco, now based in Nashville via Brooklyn, Dickenson spends most of his time on the road bringing his own particular brand of soulful Americana to a wide variety of music loving audiences around the globe. Hot off the heels of his fully sold-out ‘Unplugged & Distilled’ acoustic tour at the end of 2019, Dickenson returns to the UK for an electrified duo show with new songs and stories in tow.
It’s been a big few years for most of us and Kiri is no different. She’s moved back to her home island of Anglesey, struggled with lockdown and got herself some rescue chickens. You can expect jokes about skinny jeans, learning Welsh and white supremacy – something for everyone.
YĪN YĪN is a jam-packed romp of South East Asian psych pop, funk, disco grooves and electronic music. The project was conceived by Kees Berkers and Yves Lennertz, two familiar faces in the Maastricht underground scene. Debut LP ‘The Rabbit That Hunts Tigers’ represents the full breadth of the quartet’s respective record collections, unleashed with maximum joy and spirit. And just so you know, these guys are never too shy to give the odd nod to a bona fide pop classic.