‘Hayseed Dixie highlights the worth of mountain music to all things rock: energy, dirt-punk rhythm, careening harmonies and the fundamental right of all no-good fuck-ups to raise hell come Saturday night.’
Forge Zine and Hallmark Theatre have banded together to bring you a night of creativity and fun. Actors, musicians, writers and artists come together at The Crescent to bring you a varied night of entertainment.
Snazzback was born out of busking the streets of Bristol but has coalesced into a jazz ensemble that embodies a myriad of different sounds, freely exploring ambient, dubstep, rumba and funk flavours with a collaborative and improvisatory mindset. Brought to you by Ouroboros and Worm Disco Club, lynchpin of the modern Bristol alternative jazz scene.
Renowned for an action-packed pyrotechnic-fuelled explosion of a show, LIMEHOUSE LIZZY continue to keep the spirit of Celtic rock icon Philip Lynott and Thin Lizzy alive. A staple sell-out in York for over twenty years the band have found a happy new home at The Crescent after selling out their 2020 show.
One of the UK’s best known and successful tributes to one of the UK’s most influential bands – selling out venues across the UK year after year. And after a break of four years – they’re back in York!
An evening of mind melting animation, featuring Salad Fingers creator David Firth, featuring all 11 episodes of Salad Fingers followed by a Q&A with David after the movie.
Hailing from the Isle of Skye, the legendary Scottish trailblazers have created a glorious mixture of traditional sounds and dance-floor grooves that have been embraced worldwide. Drawing upon a dazzling myriad of influences from jigs and reels through Dance Music, Jazz, African, and more, they bring the sound of Scotland fresh-faced and breathless to the new audiences around the world.
Hands Off Gretel have created the perfect soundtrack of sugar-coated grunge-punk to vent and rail against the issues of body image, mental health, celebrity, childhood and loneliness all of which were addressed from a fiercely female, unapologetic, feminist perspective.
Les Filles de Illighadad’s music draws from two distinct styles of regional sound, ancient village choral chants and desert guitar. The result is a groundbreaking new direction for Tuareg folk music and a sound that resonates far outside of their village.
One of the cities very best, garage-rock quartet Cowgirl celebrate the release of thir debut album at The Crescent in September.
Roll up, roll up!