We’ve got some great live music in our sights for spring and, dare we say it, summer!
In the guide below, read about a local festival whose recent line-up announcement has captured our attention: Neighbourhood Weekender. Also read about Canada-based art rockers Braids, whose forthcoming show at YES we are super excited about. The same goes for Easy Kill’s gig at Deaf Institute, where the Radiohead-influenced band will give us a sneak peek at their second album. And for something a little more left of field, check out our feature on producer/sound designer Katie Gately, who’s bringing her stunning new album Loom to The White Hotel.
Northern Chamber Orchestra’s 2019/20 Season features the likes of violinists Chloe Hanslip and Anthony Marwood; pianist Martin James Bartlett; percussionist Colin Currie; and their President, cellist, Raphael Wallfisch.
There’s more to Liverpool’s music venue landscape than the Cavern Club, as the city’s cafes, bars, concert halls and former warehouses offer a rich variety of live music – from chamber to freakscene, and everything in between.
Boasting a strong musical heritage, Leeds has a wealth of music venues to match: from suburban social clubs and former textile mills to co-operatively run DIY spaces and its recently built arena, the city has plenty of exciting spaces to offer its young, outgoing population.
Because of the ongoing Coronavirus crisis, we are unable to bring you our usual recommendations for things to do in Manchester and the North. Our thoughts at this time are with our readers and with the organisations and businesses who make the North of England a great place to live and visit. We hope you stay well and look forward to sharing more unmissable events and places with you later in the year.