Brighton folk-punk band The Levellers have released the video for the newly reworked and acoustic version of Liberty Song, taken from their new album We The … Continue reading The Levellers – York Barbican
Texas are no strangers to York having chosen the city to play one of 3 secret gigs at a former working mens club (The Crescent) back … Continue reading Live: Texas at York Barbican
Following a 4-month run in London’s West End, Strand Theatre in 2001 with successful International tours selling out theatres, stadiums and concert halls, this award winning, critically acclaimed Abba Tribute performer, producer, choreographer and director together with The Reunion Group, created “The Abba Reunion Tribute Show”. Continue reading “ABBA Reunion at York Barbican”
We sat down with Leeds alternative rock band SKULL to discuss their formation, influences, gigging and their new single Lightswitch.
Strictly Come Dancing’s Natalie Lowe has announced she is to star alongside Strictly Come Dancing champions Louis Smith MBE and Jay McGuiness in a new theatre show called Rip It Up. Continue reading “Rip It Up at York Barbican”
2016 was a big year for Ward Thomas, hitting the top of the charts with their album Cartwheels. The good times keep rolling into 2017 with a UK tour that included a stop at York’s Barbican on Tuesday night. We headed down and got some photos. Continue reading “Ward Thomas at York Barbican”
The Super Furry Animals bring their costumes, witty lyrics, stonking music and light show for the Fuzzy Logic and Radiator Tour in Leeds.
York is an extremely musical city, with lots of gigs taking place across the week – whether they’re by major label bands in the middle of a UK tour, or local bands who regularly play in the city. Because of this, we decided that it was time to take a closer look at some of the venues that have helped bring fans and bands together in recent years. Continue reading “7 Venues Making Noise in York”
Scottish singer-songwriter and guitarist Amy Macdonald played the York Barbican on 29 March 2017. Continue reading “Amy Macdonald at York Barbican”