Baxter Dury

Famed as a master of “slick electro-pop groove” (NME) with “abstractly poetic” songwriting delivered with “Danny Dyer-like rasp” (The Quietus), Baxter Dury has crafted a nuanced musical career in the wake of his father, and The Blockheads lead singer, Ian Dury. Performing tracks from his fifth album ‘Prince of Tears’, expect a musical slideshow of fictional snapshots based on actual experiences, spun with Dury’s iconic “wry humour and bleakness” amid “slow-motion, bass-led funk” (Guardian).

This is a standing show.
Ages 14+

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