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One of Scotland's most powerful folk groups, RURA's exquisitely rugged yet refined blend of fiddle, Highland pipes, flute, bodhrán, guitar and voice has won them a devoted following.
This event has been rescheduled to 11 May 2022.
Unfortunately, this event has been cancelled. Ticket holders will be contacted and offered a full refund.
Scotland's greatest living female voice celebrates forty years on stage.
A celebration of the genius of Stevie Wonder, featuring Noel McCalla and Derek Nash.
Who owns history? Who gets to share it? In two fast-paced laugh-out-loud monologues, Martin and Dolan share candid stories of Queer people in the rapidly changing city.
John McCusker comes to The Met this September to play a very special concert in celebration of his thirtieth anniversary as a professional musician.
Ozzbest are the ultimate tribute Ozzy Osbourne. Megadeth UK pay tribute to thrash giants Megadeth. Enjoy two huge tributes in a single night.
Singer-songwriter Chloe Foy returns to The Met to play songs from her brand new album Where Shall We Begin.
Mad Dog Mcrea blend a unique mixture of folk rock, pop, gypsy jazz, bluegrass and ‘shake your ass’ music.
Thea Gilmore is one of the UK's most gifted and celebrated singer-songwriters. She comes to The Met as part of her first ever tour performing completely solo.
Featuring Justin Moorhouse, Simon Lomas, Nathan Caton and Ivan Brackenbury.
Anthemic songs, infectious melodies and a formidable live experience.
Mat Walklate and Alex Haynes come together to create fresh and relevant songs which expand British blues into new territory.
Award-winning singer-songwriter Joe Payne showcases his debut solo album with an audio-visual extravaganza, accompanied by his full band.
Experience the life-enhancing power of the ballroom. Glamour, Glitz and Grace come together in a fabulous celebration of self-expression. Dress your finest, come learn the moves – then take to the floor…
Bootleg Blondie is the official Debbie Harry and Blondie tribute band and the only Blondie tribute to play the legendary CBGBs in New York City.
Seven-times winner at The BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, Karine Polwart is a songwriter, musician, theatre maker, and author.
Sweet soulful music from a remarkable band with a remarkable front man.
European blues award nominees the Starlite Campbell Band return to The Met with tracks from their new album The Language of Curiosity.
Katy Hurt stretches the country music genre in new and exciting directions. Winner of Best Female Artist and Best UK Album at the UK Country Music awards.
Caravan are considered by many to be the undisputed, unsung heroes of the British Prog movement.
Justin Sullivan stepped out from New Model Army to release his second solo album...
Old Sea Legs is the new solo project of folk troubadour and pop pioneer Ian Bermingham, best known as the frontman of Dublin quintet The Eskies.
Hue and Cry made a huge impact in the '80s with massive hit singles like Labour of Love. They return to The Met following their sell-out show in June 2019.
A blistering mix of blues, soul and old school r&b.
Join Tom Brace for a hilarious evening of 1.21 gigawatts of magic as he showcases his unique, incredible and totally pointless abilities.
Discover for yourself why Wishbone Ash are one of the most enduring and popular bands in British rock.
G2 Definitive Genesis pay tribute to Genesis’ four-man “Seconds Out” era, whilst also dipping back into the earlier Gabriel years.
Bury Cine Society presents archive film of the six townships of Bury Metropolitan Borough as they were thirty years ago.
Top class folk songs, tunes and charming bonhomie from folk's legendary musical magpies Michael McGoldrick, John McCusker and John Doyle.
Featuring Justin Moorhouse, Josh Pugh, and Tony Law.
The Enid return for this seated concert featuring both the new and the familiar.
An authentic and thrilling tribute to "the Boss" Bruce Springsteen.
The legendary Dutch progressive rock band celebrate their fiftieth anniversary. Hear hits Hocus Pocus, House of The King and Sylvia alongside brand new songs from their latest album.
Sadie Jemmett's heartbreakingly beautiful songs reflect the remarkable life of this potent original singer-songwriter.
Writer, poet, and tv and film producer Henry Normal reads from his new collection The Escape Plan.
Singer-songwriter Sam Brookes returns to The Met with his gorgeous new album Black Feathers.
Còig are a fiery Celtic folk quartet from Canada. They come to The Met with songs from their Canadian Folk Music Award winning album Ashlar.
With a mix of fiddle, accordions, pipes and whistles, alongside guitar and vocals, Skerryvore represent the best in contemporary Scottish traditional music.
The RETROspective tour sees China Crisis perform songs from all of their seven studio albums.
An intimate and courageous new solo show by twice BBC Radio 2 Folk Award winning songwriter Rowan Rheingans.
Canadian trio The East Pointers are back at The Met with their latest innovative album Yours to Break.
Five of the most acclaimed and influential names in Irish traditional music come together. Featuring Andy Irvine, Donal Lunny, Paddy Glackin, Michael McGoldrick and John Doyle.
Northern Irish experimental folk songwriter Joshua Burnside comes to The Met with songs from his acclaimed album Into the Depths of Hell.
Nearly Dan promise all the Steely Dan favourites in a two hour-plus show, featuring tracks from Countdown to Ecstasy, The Royal Scam, Aja, Gaucho and more.
St Agnes Fountain return to celebrate Christmas as a trio with Chris While, Julie Matthews and Fairport Convention’s Chris Leslie.
Sierra Hull is a Grammy nominated, award winning multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter living in Nashville, Tennessee.
Three time winners of the prestigious BBC Folk Awards, The Young’uns are one of the hottest properties on the UK Folk and Acoustic scene.
The world’s first and best Fleetwood Mac tribute band.
Traditional English Christmas songs, music and lighthearted fun from Ashley Hutchings, Simon Nicol, Kellie While and Simon Care.
A celebration of the riches of our varied winter traditions from five of the English folk scene’s most inventive artists.
Nashville singer-songwriter Kevin Montgomery returns to The Met.
Met Express is The Met’s very own learning disability theatre company.
Fun drama classes for children and young people aged 5 years plus at The Met.
Aiming High is The Met’s specialist drama group for learning disabled and autistic young people.
A course in harmonica playing all levels, led by former British blues harmonica champion Mat Walklate. Sessions 6, 13, 20 & 27 Sep, 11 & 18 Oct, 1 & 8 Nov.
Metro Jazz is The Met’s own community jazz orchestra led by experienced saxophonist and educator Munch Manship.