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Alan Leach hosts this popular weekly quick-fire iPhone quiz at Kennedy’s Bar and Restaurant.
Alan Bennett’s renowned play 40 Years On returns under the direction of Damian Cruden. The headmaster of Albion House is retiring, and with this comes a celebratory play-within-a-play .
Some of York’s finest local bands are working together to raise money for this great cause.
The Whiskey Priest is Texan born songwriter Seth Woods, who after completing an album with the band The Sad Accordions…
The uncompromising bluesman is doing very well for himself, playing a set at Glastonbury this year and having a good spread of media attention.
This show is an unforgettable live performance, accompanying a meticulously prepared montage of scenes from six of Claire Denis’ finest films.
Performing every year since 1953 at the Joseph Rowntree Theatre the York Light Opera Company is an old favourite.
Free gig! Check out these local heavyweights in the intimate and atmospheric basement of Bar Lane Studios.
Expect a unique blend of music, magic, poetry, comedy and theatre.
Brighton-based band play Stereo, with support from Sombre, Black Flag, and Minor Threat.
Expect a myriad of complex guitar lines, tight grooves and ridiculous breaks.
Mixing it up and making waves with their beautiful dream pop, Is Tropical are playing Stereo.
United Fruit are a Glaswegian power combo delivering a unique thunderous brand of catchy, chaotic alt rock.
Quirky, charming and powerful pop music.
From the Young Actors Company comes a sensitive tale of a 17 year old girl who cannot find her momentum in life without first discovering the truth.
It’s a rare chance to see three of the world’s finest musicians share a stage together.