A unique new collaboration of English and Kashmiri folk music, Touchstone brings together four of the very finest UK based musicians in a special project of musical sharing and friendship.
A narrated song cycle by Reg Meuross, unfolding the history of England’s involvement in the Transatlantic Slave Trade.
Zamrock legends WITCH play a special performance at YES this August alongside a screening of the film We Intend To Cause Havoc and a Q&A with the film’s Director.
Covet is a band characterized by complex song structures and guitarist Yvette Young’s unique finger-tapping style. See them in action at Deaf Institute this August.
Seattle’s blue-eyed soul birds The Dip are coming to Oxford Road’s Deaf Institute at the end of August.
Formed out of a love of metallic hardcore but despair at its lack of ambition, Ithaca are one of the most exciting voices in the UK heavy scene.
Ichiko Aoba is a Japanese folk singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist known for her acoustic sound and songwriting inspired by her dreams.
Black Gold Arts x Whitworth Takeover is a two-day outdoor music and arts festival that showcases the very best, live music, DJs, dance, performance, fashion, and a catwalk.
The Most Depressing Pride of Your Life presents Tears for Queers, an emotional and uplifting power ballad and love song disco at YES.
Come As You Are is The Refuge’s annual August Bank Holiday weekend feast of love, music and food.
Relive the magic of E.T. The Extra Terrestrial on the big screen accompanied by a magnificent, live performance from the Hallé.
Sir Mark has assembled a stellar line up of soloists familiar to Hallé audiences, to perform Verdi’s Requiem.
Holmès – Andromède, Symphonic Poem Mozart – Flute Concerto No.1 Rimsky-Korsakov – Scheherazade Conductor Kerem Hasan Featuring: Amy Yule, flute The young British conductor, Kerem Hasan, appearing with the Hallé for the first time, has established his credentials in opera (Welsh National Opera and Glyndebourne) and as Chief Conductor of the Tiroler Symphonieorchester-Innsbruck. Making her […]
Sleigh bells, snowflakes and the Northern Lights alongside The Nutcracker and Vivaldi’s dramatic Winter from The Four Seasons
Young German, Clemens Schuldt makes his Bridgewater Hall debut alongside Mariam Batsashvili in an evening of Death and Transfiguration.