Brister has it all: a wife, kids, a house and a job she loves (sometimes) so what the hell is she moaning about? Join Jen as she takes an irreverent look at the often controversial subject of ‘privilege’. Who has it? Who doesn’t? And why does no one like to admit they have any?
The modern-day leaders of Ghanaian highlife music are back!
Theri new album ‘Obiaa!’ is a deep and soulful journey into the heart of Ghana’s indigenous highlife music celebrating the timeless and iconic voice of Pat Thomas, the 72 year-old “Golden Voice of Africa”.
Ravin’ Rascals in the new family-friendly event hitting York this summer, providing the ultimate rave experience for children and parents alike!
In the last few years, London has become the centre of the Jazz Renaissance. A new burst of energy and attitude brought by young musicians, equally inspired by the likes of John Coltrane, Pharaoh Sanders or Sun Ra, as well as Madvillain, J Dilla, Flying Lotus and Floating Points, has brought a welcomed freshness to the London Scene. This exciting new environment brought a group of young musicians together, all with a mutual desire to discover a new form of expression. Together they created Cykada.
Rob Delaney is an American comedian, actor and writer. He is widely known as the co-creator and co-star of the critically acclaimed comedy Catastrophe. Rob was nominated for a Primetime Emmy in 2016 alongside his co-creator, Sharon Horgan, for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series. In 2018, Catastrophe was nominated for a BAFTA TV Award for Best Scripted Comedy and in 2016 won the BAFTA TV Craft Awards for Best Comedy Writing.
The Buster Keaton Picture Show sees acclaimed instrumental group Haiku Salut perform an original, contemporary live score to Buster Keaton’s 1926 comedy classic The General.
If you made your way out of Whale City with your faculties intact, this one’s for you. Clams Baker, Lightnin’ Jack Everett, Mr Salt Fingers Lovecraft and The Witherer have been joined by Quicksand on cutting board and cheese wire and commis chef Cheeks on vibes. They’ve been cooking. Michelin stars. The finest ingredients money can buy: Kool Keith and Iggy Pop. Funk, punk, hip-hop and lounge rock. Love is real.
Multi-award winning Korean indie-pop band Say Sue Me pop back to the UK for a handful of autumn dates to finish another fine year gathering loads of new fans including new friends The Beths, Yo La Tengo, The Ravonettes and Snail Mail!
Join expert Jennifer Rees to explore one of Forensic Psychology’s most troubling topics!
Sarathy Korwar was born in America, raised in India and is now fully immersed in London’s jazz scene. A classically trained tabla player, Korwar has adapted traditional rhythms to non-traditional Indian instrumentation with the UPAJ Collective, collabs with Shabaka Hutchings, Arun Ghosh, Hieroglyphic Being and Penya and released two highly progressive and genre defying albums on tastemakers Ninja Tune and Leaf.