A brand new show from everyone's favourite bigoted landlord, Al Murray, star of Happy Hour. Please only cheer at the irony and stay in your house if you actually hate the French.
Thu 11 Jul
The genial Geordie brings his Edinburgh Comedy Award-nominated show to the masses.
Wed 10 Jul
The popular folk pop chanteuse, known for her work with Fairground Attraction and often called upon to add her voice to other people's records tours her latest album Vagabond.
Thu 27 Jun
Acoustic incarnation of the legendary folk rock band.
Wed 15 May
Irish folk legends perform timeless classics for a night of Irish music, songs and stories.
Tue 14 May
Storytelling and puppetry about the underwater world of the sea turtles and the perils they face from plastics and predators.
Fri 31 May
£7 (Family £26)
Irish was born in Ireland and now resides in Charlottetown Prince Edward Island Canada. This Island creates music and musicians, art and artists. I found a shift to take things more seriously when I moved here. And she did just that.
Her latest release, the self titled Irish Mythen, gained her recognition round the globe with nominations and wins coming from Music PEI, East Coast Music Association, Folk Alliance International and Socan.
Write-ups in Australian Guitar Magazine, Rolling Stone and a plethora of online publications world wide have helped plant Irish firmly on the map of 'Must See Artists'.
Irish has three full-length albums and two EPs to her name.
"I had no idea what to expect when this five foot nothing lady took the stage, all smiles and twinkling eyes and guitar. Then, she opened her mouth and out flew a voice that came straight from the Heavens with all the power and the glory and the truth of someone destined to be a singer. I've been blessed with seeing and hearing a lot of talented musicians in my life, but I have never experienced anyone quite like Irish Mythen. She is a force of nature and a gift from Almighty Herself."
(Lisa Schwartz, Philadelphia Folk Festival)
Wed 26 Jun
Rocking roots music from this son of a preacherman who hails from upstate New York.
Wed 28 Aug
Ukulele player hailed as the 'Jimi Hendrix of the ukulele world'.
Sun 12 May
Jokes and rants in a show about empathy, from one of Britain's thinnest comedians.
Thu 9 May
Music-hall mayhem ensues when Mr Shell's Victorian end-of-the-pier show is about to be inspected by the horrible council inspector. Only the hero, Charlie, has the chance to save the show by remembering the seaside spell. Suitable for primary-aged children.
Wed 7 Aug
£7.50 (Family £28)
Nick Lowe has made his mark as a producer (Elvis Costello-Graham Parker-Pretenders-The Damned), songwriter of at least three songs you know by heart, short-lived career as a pop star, and a lengthy term as a musicians’ musician. But in his current ‘second act’ as a silver-haired, tender-hearted but sharp-tongued singer-songwriter, he has no equal.
Starting with 1995?s ‘The Impossible Bird’ through to 2011?s ‘The Old Magic,’ Nick has turned out a fantastic string of albums, each one devised in his West London home, and recorded with a core of musicians who possess the same veteran savvy. Lowe brings wit and understated excellence to every performance, leading Ben Ratliff of the New York Times to describe his live show as “elegant and nearly devastating.”
His new 4 song EP “Tokyo Bay” features Los Straitjackets as his backing band.
Tue 25 Jun
The small town of Pocklington is home to a 200 seat auditorium perfect for film, music, comedy, theatre and conferences, alongside a studio and exhibition space. Housed in the refurbished Ritz Cinema the Arts Centre opened in 2000 with a programme of famous acts, cinema and community events.
Pocklington is approximately 14 miles from York. Buses from York include 45, 46 and 840.
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