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Jim Cartwright revisits the scene of Two, his classic play about life in a northern pub. Time may have passed but the pub is still standing - just.
“He’s got two Dads, my lad. One’s black. That makes him black. I suppose.” A punchy and poetic exploration of family, race, identity and love.
PADOS Theatre Group present Chicago - the longest running American musical in Broadway history.
Three years ago, James met the love of his life. A year ago, they broke up... A hilarious, heart-lifting story from one of the UK’s most acclaimed storytellers.
A brand new interactive musical show for all the family where YOU CHOOSE what happens, based on the book by Pippa Goodhart and Nick Sharratt.
Featuring Chris Leworthy, Noel James and Jack Carrol.
Elephants, as everyone knows, are big, have trunks, and are grey. But Elmer is a patchwork of brilliant colours... Ages 1+.
The Lindisfarne Story is an affectionate and enthusiastic celebration of one of the UK's most original and successful groups.
Two critically acclaimed folk and roots artists collaborate on songwriting for the first time.
Singer songwriter Tom Russell returns to The Met with his new album.
Eleanor McEvoy is one of Irish music's biggest stars. Her song Only A Woman’s Heart was the title track of the best-selling Irish album in Irish history.
Canadian folk-pop featuring perfect harmonies and pure pop melodies.
The Met’s community jazz orchestra, led by acclaimed saxophonist Munch Manship, perform a highly seasoned mix of the best foot-tapping jazz.
Mary Coughlan is one of Ireland’s greatest female jazz and blues singers.
Glasgow based folk-singer, songwriter and ukulele player Claire Hastings performs material from her much-awaited second album Those Who Roam, featuring songs under the theme of journeys.
Singer-songwriter Nick Heyward comes to The Met with an intimate acoustic show, featuring hits from Haircut 100 to today.
Grace Petrie’s unique takes on life, love and politics, and the warmth and wit with which they are delivered, have won over an army of loyal fans.
An evening of powerful, poignant and hilarious songs about the ordinary and extraordinary lives we share.
Somewhere between jazz, folk, gospel and Americana there is an area of music that doesn’t have a name. Kirsty McGee has spent the past fifteen years mapping this place.
G2 perform classic 1970's Genesis from the 'Seconds Out' era and earlier Gabriel years.