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Lemn Sissay reads from his new memoir, reflecting on a childhood in care, self-expression and Britishness, and exploring the institutional care system, race, family and the meaning of home.
Fun drama classes for children and young people at The Met.
A night of world-class acoustic blues and roots music by US guitarist Toby Walker, with support acts Sam Jefferson and Blue John (John Gregory).
Blue Rose Code is Scottish singer and songwriter Ross Wilson. He has been compared to John Martyn, Van Morrison and Tom Waits.
Scottish rock legends Big Country come to The Met to perform songs from their multi-million selling classic album Steeltown.
A rare appearance from the Lancastrian folk legends; an evening of dry wit and song with lashings of humour to spare.
Energetic folk trio The Trials of Cato pay homage to tradition whilst twisting old bones into something modern, with stomping tunes and captivating stories.
California-born blues, roots and americana singer-songwriter Guy Tortora comes to The Met with his band, a four-piece outfit of accomplished musicians from the UK and Europe.
"Majestic post-punk. Haunting and hypnotic." Louder Than War
A course in harmonica playing all levels, led by former British blues harmonica champion Mat Walklate.
The Met’s drama group for people with disabilities and learning difficulties.
Learn to play this accessible, fun and fascinating instrument.
Learn to play the guitar in these weekly lessons with experienced tutor Terry Moses.
Fun drama classes for young people with special educational needs.
Uniquely Us helps women on the autistic spectrum build their confidence and communication skills, express their creativity and make friends through arts based activities such as drama, dance, spoken word and more.