BOOTLEG BLONDIE is the world’s No.1 official Debbie Harry & Blondie tribute band established in 2001, the only tribute to have performed with two founder members of Blondie, legendary drummer Clem Burke and singer songwriter, bass player and author Gary Valentine.
‘LoneLady’s infectious mix of kinetic drum rhythms, thin and funky, picked guitar lines and completely distinctive vocal style has proven a winning formula for lovers of post-punk, (any)wave and electro-indie hybrids alike. Her intrepid DIY approach sees her writing and playing all instrumental and vocal parts herself, furthering her credentials as an all-in-one modern studio songstress.’
Mucking about. New ideas and finding HOPE. This award-winning comedian (is there any other type?) asks how did we get here? What are we going to do about it? Who’s up for a sing song? After lockdowns and isolation this show is about the simple act of being in a room together and toppling international capitalism.
As the survivors of a global pandemic crawl from their fortified boltholes and begin to rebuild society, what is left of them and who amongst them dares to lead them to the light? Join critically acclaimed and multi award-winning comedian Nick Helm as he embarks on a show so insightful, so honest, so legitimate that it will fix all of society’s problems and lead the way to a new plane of existence.
Alabamian Hannah Aldridge returns to York for a headline show at The Crescent with a class supporting cast.
World Poetry Slam Champion Harry Baker is a poet and a maths graduate. He writes about important stuff like hope, dinosaurs and German falafel-spoons. His work has been shared on TED.com and viewed millions of times worldwide, as well as being translated into 21 different languages. When there’s not a global pandemic on he performs all over the country and has really really missed live gigs.
Our occasional for toe-tappin’-toddlers returns in July with folk-pop trio Malthouse Boys.
Due to current travel difficulties, Wolfgang Flür has not been able to make it to the UK for his shows this weekend.
We’re really sorry for the inconvenience, we were excited too.
All ticket purchases will be refunded automatically.
Orlando Weeks studied illustration at Brighton University before spending a decade in the band, The Maccabees. In 2016, when the group decided to disband he set about writing The Gritterman, his first book. He is on the verge of releasing his second solo album, ‘Hop Up’.
Heavy Japanese psych-rockers Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O. finally return to the UK in October!