Will Varley has come a long way, from busking around on The Underground to a triumphant show at London’s legendary Shepherd’s Bush Empire.
Between sold-out shows at Victoria Warehouse, Fontaines D.C. are stopping by YES for a late-night DJ set. This’ll be a big one.
Naughties alt-rockers Maxïmo Park visit Manchester Academy in support of their latest record, Nature Always Wins.
French electronic music producer, DJ and legend of the Manchester music scene, Laurent Garnier comes to YES this October.
To celebrate the long-awaited release of their debut album, the trio are embarking on a UK tour including their biggest Manchester headline show to date.
Friends of the Whitworth invite Gus Casely-Hayford, OBE, director of the new V&A East, cultural historian and tv presenter to present the Pilkington Lecture.
Douglas Dare’s music speaks of his own experiences of universal themes like love, loss, and childhood.
Jackie Oates brings elements of the English folk tradition to new people and places; in turn bringing a much-needed calm and joy to those who hear it.
Expect odd, unconventional melodies, poetic, sophisticated song-writing and the bewitching clarity from Kent-born, Canada-based Lucy Farrell.
Fiona Bevan is a singer and a hit songwriter. She had a number 1 album with Kylie Minogue and has worked with Lewis Capaldi, Matthew E. White and many more.
The pair are constantly seeking to subvert the minimalism of their sonic palette, creating a subtle but constant tension that every now and then catalyses’ the music to somewhere unexpected.
An original collaboration sees BBC Radio 2 Folk Award winner Greg Russell and historian and musician Danny Pedler take a unique approach to presenting the social landscape.
Join music journalists and writers Ted Kessler and Jude Rogers in conversation with Terri White at Blackwell’s.
Having garnered international critical acclaim for debut album Time Bend and Break The Bower, Sinead O’Brien’s latest show at Deaf Institute is one you won’t want to miss.
Swiss avant-garde metal band Zeal & Ardor visit Manchester Academy, bringing blues, gospel and black metal.