This event has been rescheduled to Friday 11 December. Ticket holders will be contacted regarding the new date.

We are thrilled to welcome back Michael and Lou for what will be the first My Darling Clementine concert since lock-down and the first to coincide with release of their brand new album, Country Darkness – the songs of Elvis Costello.

The album finds them mining the Costello back catalogue, in particular his more ‘country’ and ‘country soul’ flavoured songs, in collaboration with his long-time, right-hand man, the brilliant Steve Nieve.

This full-band show will feature a number of the Elvis Costello songs as well as many favourites from the duo’s nine year back catalogue.

You can enjoy the concert in person at The Met, or at home by purchasing a streaming ticket (just click on the “Streaming” area, or choose “Streaming” from the popup). All bookers, including those who join us on the night, will be able to watch the concert back online for one week after the show.

Dates & Times

Last session: Sat 7 Nov 2020 at 7:45 PM - This event has now passed
Derby Hall @ The Met
Tables from £43 / £15 individual seats / £9 stream online (inc fees)

Tickets are available for socially distanced tables (maximum four people per table).

Smaller parties can purchase individual seats in the balcony. We have removed many of the balcony seats to allow you to sit in socially distanced groups.

Bookers who purchase a streaming ticket will be emailed an address and login prior to the event date to watch the concert at home.

Covid Safety at The Met

If you’re ready to come and join us at The Met again here’s some information about what we’re doing, and what you can do, as we safely welcome you back to live events.

Learn about our COVID safety measures

Reviews

“My Darling Clementine and the songs of Elvis Costello are a match made in heaven.”

The Alternate Root, USA

“Masterly cinematic interpretations of some already eloquent material. ”

Uncut

“MDC mix country gloom with excellent musicianship and very fine songs. ”

The Guardian