est. 2007 - York's original House Concert venue - over 10 years more than 350 artists have played here

"one of the top 10 venues for up & coming acts"
BBC6 Music

"Keep being amazing..." [Rae Morris]

"Fantastic... a packed house and a second to none jam to the wee hours and you've got one of the best shows of a very long tour! [Dan Mangan].

"This is the coolest event we've ever played " [Kan Wakan]

Need a great Producer or Sound Engineer ?

“One of London's most exciting up and coming producers, Hugh combines technical savvy with soulful productions, he is definitely the one to watch.”

Hugh Fothergill, originally from York, is a music producer, mixer and engineer based in London. In 2012 he took up the position of in-house engineer at The Dairy Studios. Since then he has worked in a number of different studios across the UK & Europe. In 2015 Hugh began working with producer & writer Craigie Dodds, together they worked with numerous artists & projects including Petite Meller, One EskimO, Eliza Doolittle, Est-Her, Tokio Myers, the documentary film Nelson Mandela Redrawn, Shaun the Sheep Movie and many others.

Hugh is currently based out of his own professional studio in Parsons Green working with and developing artists, including Sample Answer, J Appiah, Jack Watts & Caswell to name a few.


Saturday 1st December 2018 - 8.30pm

Duotone + Stephen Davies

“A hidden gem.” -  The Observer
“Seriously spellbinding.” – fRoots

***** Songlines / ***** Maverick / **** Telegraph
sold out - email for any returns

Duotone is the alias of songwriter Barney Morse-Brown, cellist with multi-platinum artist Birdy and BBC Folk Award winners the Imagined Village, Chris Wood, Eliza Carthy and Jackie Oates.

Duotone’s new album Let’s Get Low, written at home on his narrowboat, reveals a songwriter who is unafraid to explore real-life experiences that are often hidden from view. His debut album Work Harder & One Day You’ll Find Her (2009) and critically acclaimed second LP Ropes (2011) saw Duotone navigating his way through a personal loss; Let’s Get Low, after two years in the making, presents a new perspective on his experiences and explores the meaning of home and his sense of place

Saturday 9th February 2019 - 8.30pm

Gordie Tentrees
& Jaxon Haldane

“Sounds like an album Woody Guthrie or Bob Dylan might have done if they were starting out today” Irish Post (4/5 Stars)


"If I had to make a comparison I would say Gordie Tentrees is a cross between Corb Lund and Stompin’ Tom Connors. Much like Corb Lund, Gordie has a writing style all his own, and much like Stompin Tom, I can imagine him playing anywhere – honky tonks, beer joints, large theaters or stadiums – and commanding the stage and crowd with his honesty, humor, and storytelling. Talent is talent, and it’s clear when it comes to songwriting, Gordie Tentrees has oodles to spare" ROOTS MUSIC CANADA