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We are thrilled to welcome back My Darling Clementine for their first concert since lock-down. This show will feature their brand new album, Country Darkness: the songs of Elvis Costello.
A five-piece live tribute to Foreigner and Journey. Rescheduled from Saturday 30 May 2020.
Can Spark The Goblin Wizard stop the strange new power threatening the woods? Half-term family fun with poet Dommy B for ages 5+.
All Saint's (Elton) AOS present Lerner and Loewe’s much loved musical My Fair Lady. Rescheduled from July 2020.
Anthemic songs, infectious melodies and a formidable live experience. Rescheduled from Friday 1 May 2020 and Sunday 4 October 2020.
This seven-piece tribute band return to the Met with an engaging and energetic performance celebrating the magical music of Pink Floyd.
A virtual concert by one of the most-exciting Quebecois bands in the world. Tickets are available to watch at home, or in person projected on a screen at The Met.
Deftly blends alt-folk and elements of the Irish folk song tradition with South American rhythms and Eastern European influences.
Watch a festival showcase gig from Manchester 'dark synth rocker' 5 piece Mercury Machine.
Mad Dog Mcrea blend a unique mixture of folk rock, pop, gypsy jazz, bluegrass and ‘shake your ass’ music. Rescheduled from Saturday 3 October 2020.
Join Terry Christian for a celebration of The Word, Channel 4's iconic and quintessentially nineties TV show. Rescheduled from Friday 16 October 2020.
Seven-times winner at The BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, Karine Polwart is a songwriter, musician, theatre maker, and author.
Discover for yourself why Wishbone Ash are one of the most enduring and popular bands in British rock. Rescheduled from 24 October 2020.
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.
One of the finest and most authentic Pink Floyd tributes in the UK. Rescheduled from Saturday 10 October 2020.
Marilyn is not your typical Nanna. She drinks gin for breakfast, ice skates each Tuesday and has numerous internet lovers.
Whole Lotta Led are five musicians dedicated to performing the music of Led Zeppelin with skill, passion and respect. Rescheduled from 26 September 2020.
Toyah will perform her loved hit singles and classic songs, alongside recalling stories from her colourful, forty year career. Rescheduled from 20 February 2021.
Jason Manford brings his new show Like Me to The Met for three 'Work In Progress' nights. Rescheduled from September 2020.
Six-piece Manchester progressive rock band Strangefish play songs from their new album The Spotlight Effect. Rescheduled from 4 April 2020 and 26 September 2020.
Grace Petrie returns with her uniquely warm and witty take on life, love and politics. Rescheduled from Friday 2 October 2020.
A full show from Manchester four-piece The Slow Readers Club, streamed live from the stage of The Met. Available to buy and watch back online until 31 August.
The Lottery Winners' brilliant live experience comes to The Met. Available to buy and watch again until 31 August. Join the crowd online one more time.
Writer, poet, and tv and film producer Henry Normal comes to The Met to read from his new collection The Escape Plan. Rescheduled from Thursday 30 April 2020.
Judie Tzuke performs some of her classic back catalogue with stunning new piano arrangements. Rescheduled from Thursday 24 September 2020.
Eddi Reader is perhaps Scotland's greatest living female voice. Rescheduled from Friday 18 September 2020.
This event has been cancelled. Ticket buyers will be contacted and given a full refund.
A celebration of the genius of Stevie Wonder, featuring Noel McCalla and Derek Nash. Rescheduled from 17 October 2020.
The band that launched British folk-rock return with some musical surprises from albums old and new. Rescheduled from 27 May and 9 September.
With a mix of fiddle, accordions, pipes and whistles, alongside guitar and vocals, Skerryvore represent the best in contemporary Scottish traditional music. Rescheduled from 26 November 2020.
Join us for a fun, creative workshop of weaving wonderful words and performing with flare!
Explore Spooky Stories this October Half Term at The Met! For ages 6-10.
Met Express, The Met’s very own learning disability theatre company are back in action with a programme of online workshops.
A course in harmonica playing all levels, led by former British blues harmonica champion Mat Walklate. Sessions 21 Oct, 4 Nov, 11 Nov, 18 Nov, 25 Nov, 2 Dec, 9 Dec, and...
Fun drama classes for children and young people at The Met. Sessions on 21 Oct, 4 Nov, 11 Nov, 18 Nov, 25 Nov, 2 Dec, 9 Dec, and 16 Dec.
Aiming High is The Met’s specialist drama group for learning disabled and autistic young people. Sessions 24 Oct, 7 Nov, 14 Nov, 21 Nov, 28 Nov, 5 Dec, and 12 Dec.