Much-loved multi-award-winning BBC broadcaster and musician Mark Radcliffe presents a warm, personal reflection on crucial turning points in the history of music. Drawing on a lifetime’s experience he selects pivotal tracks and explores how the musicians – from Woodie Guthrie to Gloria Gaynor, Kurt Cobain to Bob Marley – had reached the crossroads that led to such epoch-changing sounds. A love letter to music framed by Radcliffe’s waggish and amiable style and his own life-changing challenges.
Associate Partner: South Street Kitchen
Tickets: £8/7 (concs) in advance or £9/8 (concs) on the door
All times advertised are event start times. Doors open 30 minutes before.
Foundry, University of Sheffield Students Union Western Bank S10 2TG
Concessions tickets available to all students, claimants and people over the age of 60. You will be required to show ID or proof of status on the night of the event.
* prices include 10% booking fee