Rory Stewart is currently secretary of state for international development. Come listen to this special talk, which will include audience questions, taking place the day before we learn the identity of Britain’s next Prime Minister.
Recently described by the Yorkshire Post as a 'powerful, moving, & extraordinary' addition to the UK music scene, Manchester Collective produces world-class, innovative, and outward facing musical experiences for new audiences across Britain.
Perhaps Contraption is a multi-award winning, progressive brass band from London. Part choir, part chamber orchestra, part avant rock band, they create a truly unique musical experience; melding elements of jazz, punk, art pop and post-minimalism.
The Spooky Men's Chorale are the gift that keeps on giving… Brandishing a shiny brand new album Welcome To The Second Half, the magnificent, craggy ensemble of heavenly singing male bodies return to the UK with a winning spectrum of Georgian songs, pindrop-beautiful ballads, highly inappropriate covers, and immaculate man anthems.
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Rowan Rheingans’ much-anticipated debut solo release The Lines We Draw Together (with Michele Stoddart and Jack McNeill) is a heartfelt yet unflinching musical essay on memory, history, fascism, waltzes, folk-song, bird-song, trauma, family and war.
In this new venture The Things About Us Mark Thomas combines his trademark mix of storytelling, standup, mischief and really really well researched material to examine how we have come to inhabit this divided wasteland that some of us call the United Kingdom.
Kiri Pritchard-McLean, Jayde Adams and Dave Cribb talk to comedians about their favourite songs from the musicals in the podcast spinoff of the hit live show Amusical. And for this recording we will absolutely be using a grand piano, not because it’s integral to the show, but because Kings Place have seven of them and we’re not idiots.