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Fifty-five years on from their 1960s heyday, The Manfreds return to perform their hits.
Engage2Stage and RNIB Connect North West invite you to an evening of murder, mystery and music.
St Agnes Fountain come together for one month of the year to perform “rhythmed-up” carols and Christmas music, interspersed with laughter and spoken word.
Don’t just watch – take part! Learn to sing or play an instrument at one of The Met’s music workshops.
One of the world’s leading progressive rock bands, IQ are known for their passionate music and dramatic live presentations.
Founder members of The Blues Band, what Paul Jones and Dave Kelly don't know about the blues can be written on a pinhead.
Edwina Hayes’ beautifully written songs, charming stage presence and voice of an angel have won her a reputation as a true natural talent of gentle folk-Americana.
No wigs, no make-up and definitely no false moustaches - just a host of massive Queen songs played like they were meant to be.
Intelligent and enlightened songs from a mesmerizing live performer who has been compared to Bruce Springsteen, John Mayer, Bruce Cockburn and Dave Matthews.
Jean Genie performs all of David Bowie's greatest hits.
Nashville-based string band Della Mae are a charismatic live act featuring some of the finest players in bluegrass, Americana and beyond.
Local Bury band The Seven Brave Tractor Drivers play a concert in aid of the Bury Cancer Support Centre
The estimable London four-piece Turin Brakes comes to The Met as part of their UK Acoustic Tour.
Sheffield superstar Richard Hawley returns as part of Independent Venue Week 2020.
Sam Baker returns to celebrate the fifteenth anniversary of the release of his classic album Mercy. A Mr Kite Benefit.
Mat Walklate and Alex Haynes come together to create fresh and relevant songs which expand British blues into new territory.
Multi-award winning Scottish contemporary folk band Breabach return in celebration of their fifteenth anniversary
Harmony rich folk music, influenced by Irish traditional music, Appalachian singing, and the 1960's folk revival.
Join Oh What A Nite! as we celebrate the timeless music of the one-hundred-million album selling Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons.
Flats and Sharps are a four-piece bluegrass outfit from Penzance, Cornwall.
Best known for his role in Show of Hands with Phil Beer, Steve Knightley returns to The Met to reveal his skills in song writing.
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 before its demise in 2006.
Michael McGoldrick, John McCusker and John Doyle return with their own special blend of top class folk songs, tunes and charming bonhomie.
World folk singer/songwriter and composer Kirsty Almeida returns with songs from her new studio album Moonbird.
Soprano Nicola Mills sings the songs of the practically perfect Dame Julie Andrews in this memorable tribute.
Scottish four-piece Blazin’ Fiddles are one of the world’s most prolific fiddle groups.
Folk meets jazz and Indian classical music in this remarkable collaboration between James Yorkston, Jon Thorne and Suhail Yusuf Khan.
The kings of musical comedy are back to bring you another night of madcap music and laughs!
Bristol based blues singer-songwriter Elles Bailey returns to The Met.
Mostly Autumn take inspiration from the classic sounds of seventies rock, whilst also taking the music forward into the future.
Daoirí Farrell is one of most important folk singers to come out of Ireland in recent years.
Starting as the band behind Ian Dury, the Blockheads are the band that brought you Hit Me with your Rhythm Stick, Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll, plus many others.
G2 perform classic 1970's Genesis from the 'Seconds Out' era and earlier Gabriel years.
California-born blues, roots and americana singer-songwriter Guy Tortora comes to The Met.
The award winning PADOS Youth Theatre are thrilled to be celebrating their thirtieth anniversary with this production of Jesus Christ Superstar.
An evening with two acclaimed singer-songwriters from Portland, Oregon. This event has been rescheduled from 27 March.
Best known as a member of Bellowhead, singer, cellist, fiddle and viola player comes to The Met with her new band Rachael McShane and the Cartographers.
Bernard Wrigley (known as The Bolton Bullfrog) comes to The Met to perform his unique blend of songs, stories, monologues, very silly one verse poems and guitar playing.
Tribute band Limehouse Lizzy keep the spirit of Celtic rock icon Philip Lynott and his band Thin Lizzy alive, well and dominating stages worldwide.
Six-piece Manchester progressive rock band Strangefish come to The Met with songs from their new album The Spotlight Effect.
Welsh folk supergroup Calan return with their trademark brand of high-energy routines, verve and raw excitement.
Seven top quality players, covering over four decades of Springsteen.
Genre-blending Scottish band that are as edgy as they are inventive.
One of the most intriguing, uninhibited and popular duos on the British folk scene.
Acclaimed UK Americana singer-songwriter Danni Nicholls comes to The Met for her first headline show.
A two hour journey through your favourite Eagles songs from their first beginnings to their final album.
Hue and Cry return to The Met following their sell-out show in June 2019.
Combining five of the ﬁnest singer-songwriters of their generation, Daphne’s Flight captivate with complex harmony arrangements, unbridled energy and the infectious joy of performing together.
Award-winning singer-songwriter That Joe Payne returns to The Met, showcasing his debut solo album with an audio-visual extravaganza, accompanied by his full band.
A celebration of one hundred years of pop music with award-winning jazz vocalist Clare Teal and her trio.
In September 2019, Catrin Finch and Seckou Keita travelled to Prince Edward Island on...
Grammy-nominated duo The Secret Sisters arrive with their fourth album Saturn Return which grapples with love and loss.
The hugely successful and unique six-man tribute to AC/DC returns to The Met.
Eddi Reader is perhaps Scotland's greatest living female voice. In 2020, she celebrates her 40th year on stage.
Grace Petrie returns with her uniquely warm and witty take on life, love and politics.