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30th August 2023 @ 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm

£5 – £10

Wharf Chambers

30th August 2023


£10 on the door / £8 advance

£5 unwaged / low income / student



Evan Greer is a trans/genderqueer activist singer/songwriter, parent, and organizer based in Boston. She writes and performs high-energy acoustic songs that inspire hope, build community, and incite resistance! Evan tours internationally as a musician and speaker, and facilitates interactive workshops to support movements for justice and liberation. Wielding an arsenal of fiercely radical songs that vary in style from pop-punk poetry to foot-stompin’ bluegrass singalongs, Evan has been honored to collaborate, tour, and share stages with artists as musically diverse as Pete Seeger, Against Me!,Talib Kweli, Tom Morello of Rage Against the Machine, Against Me!, Ted Leo & the Pharmacists, Michael Stipe (REM), Amanda Palmer, Immortal Technique, Kimya Dawson, Thurston Moore (Sonic Youth), Hari Kondabolu, Billy Bragg, Pamela Means, Anti-Flag, Downtown Boys, The Coup, Anne Feeney, Oi Polloi, Dispatch, Dirty Projectors, Screaming Females, and Chumbawamba. She’s currently the campaign director for Fight for the Future, the viral digital rights nonprofit behind the largest online protests in history. Evan writes regularly for The Guardian Time, Newsweek, and HuffPost, has been a guest on Good Morning America and All Things Considered, and has been interviewed about her music activism by the New York Times, Rolling Stone, TIME Magazine, Pitchfork, NBC News, Billboard, the Wall Street Journal, Spin Magazine, CBS News, Washington Post, Democracy Now!, The Atlantic, The Nation, CNN, Mother Jones, and even Fox News.




Pog is a 6 piece folk punk collective from Brighton. Driven by violin, cello, accordion and whatever else we can find, we occupy a strange bit of land somewhere between the politics of anarcho punk and the toe-tapping tweeness of Belle and Sebastian. We’ve spent the last 23 years playing everything from living rooms, libraries and cafes to squatted universities, gardens and Glastonbury (only once though).






Maddie Morris is an artist who strives to make a difference in the world. Bold, insightful and refreshingly unique, she takes traditional songs in new directions to shine a light on contemporary issues, offering new perspectives about the world we live in today. Winner of the 2019 BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award, as well as landing a grant from the Alan Surtees Trust.

Described by Jim Moray as “leading the next generation of socially conscious songwriters.”





goodnighttheskye is a poet and spoken word artist living in Leeds. They write about monsters, mosh pits and the people who love them.



30th August 2023
7:30 pm - 11:00 pm
£5 – £10