Music

Massive Wagons

Massive Wagons

Date: 08/03/2020 to 08/03/2020


If ever there was a band that personified the phrase “good things come to those who wait,” it’s Massive Wagons. Whilst the Lancaster hard rock quintet have been active for a decade now, 2018 was the year the band truly made their mark on the music industry, touring with the likes of Status Quo, Dead

Clark Tracey

Clark Tracey

Date: 13/03/2020 to 13/03/2020


Clark Tracey grew up in a jazz environment as the son of Stan Tracey CBE, the UK’s leading jazz pianist, and from an early age took to the piano and vibraphones. At 13 he started playing the drums and he turned professional at 17 in 1978 by joining his father’s various ensembles, from trio to

Greg Russell & Ciaran Algar

Greg Russell & Ciaran Algar

Date: 14/03/2020 to 14/03/2020


Joining forces since 2011, combining Russell’s powerful vocals and driving guitar style with Algar’s All-Ireland winning fiddle playing, the duo have become one of the most sought after acts on the British folk scene.

Mark Lockheart

Mark Lockheart

Date: 17/04/2020 to 17/04/2020


Mark Lockheart is a multi-award-winning tenor sax player whose mastery of modern jazz has kept him at the forefront of music ever since his emergence in the 1980s with the legendary Loose Tubes. Saxophonist and composer Mark Lockheart first came to prominence in the mid 1980s with the influential big band Loose Tubes. In 1992

Spilt Milk Society + support

Spilt Milk Society + support

Showing: 24/04/2020 to 24/04/2020


The Future Sound Project are proud to present Spilt Milk Society, an incredible indie outfit who have already taken their music to an international audience. BBC Introducing’s Adam Crowther called Spilt Milk Society “the most exciting band we’ve championed years” and said that “they have a bold, energetic and instantly lovable sound to their music”.

Calan

Calan

Date: 25/04/2020 to 25/04/2020


We’re delighted to welcome Welsh folk supergroup Calan with their trademark brand of high-energy routines, verve and raw excitement. Already voted‘Best Band’ at the inaugural Wales Folk Awards(2019)and ‘Best International Band’ at France’s gigantic Lorient Festival (often thought of as the World Cup of folk music!), they arrive with us fresh from a barnstorming tour