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Toyah will perform her loved hit singles and classic songs, alongside recalling stories from her colourful, forty year career.
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Whole Lotta Led are five musicians dedicated to performing the music of Led Zeppelin with skill, passion and respect.
Six-piece Manchester progressive rock band Strangefish play songs from their new album The Spotlight Effect. Rescheduled from Saturday 4 April.
One of the finest and most authentic Pink Floyd tributes in the UK.
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.
Discover for yourself why Wishbone Ash are one of the most enduring and popular bands in British rock.
Cormac Neeson, lead singer of Irish band The Answer, comes to The Met with songs from his debut solo album White Feather.
One of the most intriguing, uninhibited and popular duos on the British folk scene. Rescheduled from Friday 24 April.
London based songsmith and former Sunday Times ‘Breaking Act’ Sam Brookes is still one of the UK alt-folk’s best kept secrets.
Nashville singer-songwriter Kevin Montgomery returns to The Met. Rescheduled from Wednesday 1 April.
The hugely successful and unique six-man tribute to AC/DC returns to The Met. Rescheduled from Friday 26 June 2020.
Chuck Prophet – singer songwriter extraordinaire – returns with his band The Mission Express. Rescheduled from Friday 29 May 2020.
Grammy-nominated duo The Secret Sisters arrive with their fourth album Saturn Return which grapples with love and loss. This event has been rescheduled from Thursday 11 June 2020.
Duo Astrid come to The Met to play material from their new EP Storm Sessions. Rescheduled from Thursday 25 June 2020.
One of the world’s leading progressive rock bands, IQ are known for their passionate music and dramatic live presentations.
Jack Lukeman is an Irish singer-songwriter, performer, and raconteur. Rescheduled from Saturday 23 May 2020.
It’s strange – not to mention fundamentally disconcerting – to live through turbulent times....
Top class folk songs, tunes and charming bonhomie. Rescheduled from 28 February 2020.
Hue and Cry return to The Met. Rescheduled from Friday 8 May and Saturday 21 November.
Nick Bold's George! is as close to an actual George Harrison concert as you could ever imagine. Rescheduled from Saturday 21 November 2020.
Best known as a member of Bellowhead, singer, cellist, fiddle and viola player comes to The Met with her new band. Rescheduled from Thursday 26 March 2020.
Tribute band Limehouse Lizzy keep the spirit of Celtic rock icon Philip Lynott and his band Thin Lizzy alive and well. Rescheduled from Saturday 4 April 2020.
Daoirí Farrell is one of most important folk singers to come out of Ireland in recent years. Rescheduled from 19 March 2020.
The ultimate tribute to Guns N’ Roses, performing all their iconic hits. Rescheduled from Saturday 6 June 2020.
Award-winning modern folk trio Harp and a Monkey specialise in poignant, humorous and melodic songs and stories (traditional and original) about life, love and remembrance. Rescheduled from Friday 12 June 2020.
Glenn Tilbrook has more than earned his place at pop’s top table as one of our most cherished singers, guitarists and songwriters, not to mention an in-demand and endlessly endearing live performer.
Daphne's Flight features five of the ﬁnest singer-songwriters of their generation. Rescheduled from Saturday 16 May 2020.
Primary age children from Bury perform material inspired by Engelbert Humperdinck's opera. Rescheduled from 27, 28 & 29 April 2020.
Bernard Wrigley performs his unique blend of songs, stories, monologues, very silly one verse poems and guitar playing. Rescheduled from Thursday 2 April 2020 and Thursday 27 August 2020.
Acclaimed UK Americana singer-songwriter Danni Nicholls comes to The Met for her first headline show. rescheduled from Saturday 25 April 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.
Essex-born John Smith has built a reputation as one of the UK’s finest guitarists and songwriters. Rescheduled from Wednesday 20 May.
This sublime, critically acclaimed and multi award-winning collaboration between two adventurous virtuoso musicians –...
A two hour journey through your favourite Eagles songs from their first beginnings to their final album. Rescheduled from 2 May 2020 and 22 August 2020.
Your favourite songs from the musicals, including Les Misérables, The Greatest Showman, Cats, Phantom of the Opera, and Miss Saigon. Rescheduled from 12 & 13 June 2020.
Idiosyncratic post-punk legends. Rescheduled from Saturday 27 June and Thursday 17 September.
All Saint's (Elton) AOS present Lerner and Loewe’s much loved musical My Fair Lady. Rescheduled from July 2020.
A celebration of the genius of Stevie Wonder, featuring Noel McCalla and Derek Nash. Rescheduled from 17 October 2020.
Thea Gilmore comes to The Met as part of her first ever tour performing completely solo. Rescheduled from Wednesday 7 October 2020.
Joe Payne showcases his debut solo album with an audio-visual extravaganza, accompanied by his full band. Rescheduled from Saturday 23 May 2020 and Friday 28 August 2020.
Caravan are considered by many to be the undisputed, unsung heroes of the British Prog movement. Rescheduled from Friday 23 October 2020.
G2 Definitive Genesis pay tribute to Genesis’ four-man “Seconds Out” era, whilst also dipping back into the earlier Gabriel years. Rescheduled from Saturday 21 March 2020 and Saturday 29 August 2020.
With a mix of fiddle, accordions, pipes and whistles, alongside guitar and vocals, Skerryvore represent the best in contemporary Scottish traditional music.