Shopping, Gauche + Eureka California
Wednesday 8th November, 7.30pm
Tickets are £6 in advance (more on the door) and available from the venue in person or online via See Tickets.
Music! Comedy! Revolutionary socialism! Join us for a riotous evening with three of the UK’s most joyfully rabble-rousing acts.
Ninja Tune veteran & supreme selector Mr. Scruff will be at the controls for the whole night, serving up a melting pot of jazz, soul, hip hop, funk, disco, deep house, reggae, dubstep, afrobeat, latin, electrofunk and plenty of goodies that don’t fit into any category… Expect fantastic sound, a lovely mixed crowd & great atmosphere.
39 years since they played The Pop Club in York, post-punk legends Wire are finally back in our city. Constantly pushing forward, this inventive outfit have recently hosted multiple inner-city Drill Festivals championing international left-of-centre sounds. Fair play we say.
Following a sell-out show at The Great Yorkshire Fringe, Coquette returns to The Crescent for a fabulous night of burlesque, cabaret and variety.
Following an incredible couple of years on the live scene – with sold-out headline shows across the UK and Europe, festival appearances including a headline set on Latitude Festival’s BBC Introducing Stage, and opening for the likes of Old Crow Medicine Show, Bruce Springsteen and Ward Thomas, among others – CC Smugglers have just released their brand new single ‘Dirty Money’.
The legendary Japanese psychedelic rock five piece led by Kawabata Makoto return to York in October. Heavy, swirling guitars and no-nonsense grooves to the fore!
Sage Francis and B Dolan are award-winning poets, stalwarts of the underground hip-hop scene, and world-renowned hellraisers from Providence, Rhode Island, USA.
‘An intimate evening previewing works in progress and older classics.’
Matthew E. White is in the middle of work on his new album and would like to share and try out some of his works in progress and older classics.
Legendary punk, LGBT activist and great BBC Radio 6 presenter Tom Robinson hits the road with his band to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the classic Tom Robinson Band album ‘Power In Darkness’.