“It’s time to play some sweaty small shows,” says ROAM vocalist Alex Costello of the tour the band have just announced for early 2020, continuing “we … Continue reading ROAM come to York next year!
Tonight I saw an exceptional new play: memorable, poetic and resonant.
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It opened in 1997 and is now one of the longest running shows in the West End. The Woman in Black has returned to York Theatre Royal on tour. If you haven’t yet seen the show it is well worth a visit.
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Green Chilli Music Agency are inviting people to join them in the beautiful wood panelled Marriott Room at York Explore on 21st November where they will … Continue reading Green Chilli Roots announce their next gig!
Following his recent live shows (which included sold out shows at London Barbican and in Edinburgh), Erland Cooper embarks on his first UK tour this autumn on … Continue reading Erland Cooper to play in Leeds later this month
Brooke Bentham will join Sam Fender as main support for his sold-out UK tour starting on the 22nd of November at Manchester Academy and ending at … Continue reading Brooke Bentham supports Sam Fender in Leeds later this month
To celebrate their 10th year anniversary and 30 years since The Beautiful South released Song For Whoever, The South are back this Summer, with a 2019 … Continue reading The South play Scarborough Spa this month
Foot Soldiers Music are proud to announce that KILNSEY GREEN will be playing at KEIGHLEY EXCHANGE on FRIDAY 8 NOVEMBER with support from SHIP’S CAT and … Continue reading Kilnsey Green come to Keighley Interchange on Friday
I know that one in five people will experience mental health issues in their lives and after seeing tonight’s production I have begun to understand the horror of this condition. Matt Haig, the author, suffered from severe depression, anxiety, suicidal urges and panic attacks and he wrote a self-help book to assist others in their search for a functional existence. I haven’t read this manual so I came to the play with an open mind.
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