The three events you shouldn’t miss this week.
Saturday 25 June, 7.30 pm
Described as ‘illusive and seductive pop music’ by Clash, it certainly is undeniable that Lake Komo are a must-see, irresistible band. Their influences range from Kanye West and Taylor Swift to Justin Vernon. Check out their latest Milwaukee and you’ll be drawn in by the nostalgia and dreaminess of this summer single.
York Sports Club
Saturday 25 June, 11.00 am
Returning for its fourth annual year after winning the Outstanding New Festival award, Apollo Festival plans to be bigger and better. The theme this year is Carnival with many food venues, music acts such as Cast, Dodgy and Dave McCabe and the Ramifications and a kids quarter with carnival games, arts and crafts and music/dance workshops making it the perfect family day out.
Love, Bombs and Apples
York Theatre Royal
Wednesday 29 June, 7.45 pm
From the award winning playwright Hassan Abdulrazzak comes a tale of four men: a Palestinian actor, a Pakistani-born terror suspect figure and writer, a British youth and a New Yorker. The catch? This is a one-man play performed by Asif Khan. ‘A truly exceptional performance’ the London Theatre claims.
Want to know about more events coming up this week? check out Visit York’s 7 Days Newsletter