On Thursday ’90s New York rapper R.A. The Rugged Man came to Fibbers, joined on stage by DJ Psalm One. Support on the night came from Lego and Hull-based rapper Marx. We headed down and got some photos of the action. Continue reading “R.A. the Rugged Man & DJ Psalm One at Fibbers”
On Friday, Peace came to Fibbers to share their own brand of romantic rock. Joining them on the night were Zuzu and whenyoung. We headed down and got some photos of the action. Continue reading “Peace at Fibbers”
On Sunday, East Yorkshire based singer-songwriter entertained the cosy cafe venue The Pig & Pastry in York. Joining her for the evening were local performers Dan Webster & Ditte Elly and Rachel Croft. We headed down to get some photos of the intimate gig. Continue reading “Edwina Hayes at The Pig & Pastry”
On Sunday, Strange Reality Music hosted Howden’s Simon Raywood at their regular acoustic night at The Bell & Crown, Snaith. Joining him on the night were Sandra’s Wedding and Matty Linklater & Luke Harrison. We headed down to get some photos of the action. Continue reading “Simon Raywood at The Bell & Crown.”
Last night, legendary pop punk band Shonen Knife came to Fibbers. Famously Kurt Cobain was a big fan so we thought we’d head down to see if we would be similarly converted. Support on the night came from Sewage Farm and Fond. Continue reading “Shonen Knife at Fibbers”
On Monday former choir boy now singer-songwriter Isaac Gracie lit up The Crescent as part of his UK tour. Support for the night came from “brexit pop” artist Matt Maltese. We headed down and got some photos of the action.
Continue reading “Isaac Gracie at The Crescent Community Venue”
Not So Funny Now is the new production from local theatre troupe Off The Rock. We got some shots of rehearsals to get you all excited for it. Not So Funny Now premieres tonight at The Basement and runs until Friday. The show will run 7:30 nightly and tickets are £10 or £8 for concessions available via The Basement’s website.
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The acoustic night returned to the Bell & Crown in Snaith on Sunday, this time featuring local musicians Alice Simmons, Weisiek Kotlarz, Evie Barrand and John Chapman. We headed down to get some photos on them doing what they do best. Continue reading “Acoustic Night at The Bell & Crown”
Saturday saw the end of the seven-night extravaganza of local music that is York’s Little Festival of Live Music. With one final push to raise money for York Mind, the final evening saw sets from Atomic Raygun, Kymberley Kennedy, Kitsch and Flora Greysteel. We headed down to get some photos of the actions. Continue reading “York’s Little Festival of Live Music – Night Seven”