Events — Gigs

The Escape Club Returns!

We. Are. Back!
It’s been a while but we will be back at the glorious Crescent Club on Saturday 16th October.
After 18 months on lock down intensively honing our DJ craft you can bet it’s going to be a monster of a night. We cannot wait. Be hoping to see you all there.

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Avalanche Party

Avalanche Party is feral garage-punk rock & roll from the North Yorkshire Moors. Their sound is intense and immediate, so new yet so familiar, brimming with an urgency that explodes off the stage like the front lines of a war you didn’t even realise was being fought. Every note played through white knuckles, every word spat through gritted teeth.

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Burning Duck Comedy – Lloyd Griffith: Not Just A Pretty Face

Lloyd is back on the road with his latest stand up tour. It’s been a busy few years for Grimsby’s favourite (for now, anyway) comedian/choirboy. He’s recently been supporting Jack Whitehall on tour, and you may have also seen him in on 8 out of 10 cats (Channel 4), Jonathan Ross’ Comedy Club (ITV), Ted Lasso (Apple TV), Can You Beat The Bookies? (BBC), Soccer AM (Sky One), Flinch (Netflix), Songs Of Praise (BBC1) ((lol)).

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The Mysterines – *SOLD OUT*

Liverpool trio The Mysterines return to York in May. The majority of their tour dates are sold out so don’t sleep on this opportunity to see one of the UK’s most exciting new rock and roll bands in a small, local venue.

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Lucy Spraggan

Chart topping Buxton singer-songwriter Lucy Spraggan returns to The Crescent in October.
Tickets on sale Wednesday 2nd June at 10:00am.

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Sea Power – *SOLD OUT*

Celebrating their twentieth year in show business, Berkshire six-piece indie-rock band British Sea Power play The Crescent for the first time in May.
Tickets go on sale on Friday 7th February at 9am and you would be wise getting them bought quick!

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CUD + Percy

Legendary Leeds alternative rock band CUD finally return to York.

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Evil Scarecrow + In the Whale

Welcome friends and eschewers of indie cool to Evil Scarecrow and an evening of soul-rippingly, wildly aggressive and, well, downright passionate metal in an almost Pythonesque style.

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