From Cropredy to The Met – we catch up with the Joshua Burnell experience in Bury.
Martyn Joseph is back at The Met for another rousing and uplifting performance.
IQ present a feast of prog nonsense at The Met in Bury.
Lunatraktors let loose in Lancashire. Traditionalists beware.
Eric Gales and Dom Martin prove a potent double bill of blues at The Met.
The new look four piece Karnataka – Ian Jones as standard – heads to The Met for an evening of Celtic new age and proggy rock.
Luke Daniels provides the perfect antidote to oversized stadium and arena rock with an intimate performance at The Met.
Fairport Convention reach The Met on their Spring Tour. Inevitably, we were there.
All the way from Melbourne, Australia, we catch up with Charm Of Finches on their European Tour at The Met in Bury.
The Met’s emerging showcase for the month partners Toria Wooff with Chloe Lawrence in a gentle acoustic double bill.
The Trials continue – we catch up with the ‘new’ Trials Of Cato at The Met in Bury.
Seth Lakeman completes 2021 at The Met, with the last of a handful of intimate dates accompanied by Alex Hart.
An ideal festive start to the season’s celebrations was enjoyed by Young’uns fans at Bury Met. Songs of old, new and festive were all included.
The cosy Bury Met plays hosts to one of Prog’s all time greats Caravan.
It’s Independent Venue Week again. Richard Hawley is at The Met again. So are we. Again.