Upcoming tours, festivals and special events
Let Me Stay
An Alzheimer's-themed celebration of life and love as seen through the eyes of Julie McNamara, Queen of the Mersey.
Let The Lady Sing
Regular lineups featuring female artists.
Leader of the East London rap/grime movement, given to collaborations with various indie and punk luminaries.
Night of musical talent, celebrating the local stars of smaller towns and venues.
Post-hardcore and prog rock band from the US.
The Royal Opera present, for the first time, Chabrier's comic opera. Conducted by Mark Elder.
Let's Drift Drifters Review
Tribute to the doo-wop / R&B / soul vocal group plus hits made famous by The Four Tops, The Temptations, Stevie Wonder, Edwin Starr and more.
Let's Eat Glasgow
The top chefs from across Glasgow take punters on a journey from field to fork.
Let's Get Nuts
DIY club night of dancing and singalongs.
Let's Go Batty
Learn all about bats during this nocturnal wander around the estate.
Let's Hang On: The Music Of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons
This award-winning production is a musical journey through the prolific career of one of the most successful bands of all time - Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons.
The Let's Jack crew promise a 'night of epic proportions'. So there's that.
Let's Play God
Glaswegian hard rock/heavy metal band with rock'n'roll influences.
Let's Talk Daggers
Alt.rock trio from Eastbourne.
Let's Twist Again
Get your twist on with Chris Madin (singer for Strictly Come Dancing) who's presenting a night of 50s and 60s sounds.
Indie rockers from London drawing on 60s psych and 70s country rock influences.
Letters to Fiesta
Tipped Manchester band.
Lewes Chamber Music Festival
A long weekend of chamber music with various ad hoc ensembles, in the sixth year of the festival started by artistic director and violinist Beatrice Phillips.
Acoustic covers and originals.
Lewis & Leigh
The London-based twosome of Al Lewis and Alva Leigh perform alternative country and Americana.
Acclaimed Folk Artist Lewis Barfoot is joined by multi-instrumentalist Elisabeth Flett as they journey to create a rich, ethereal and magical tapestry of land, people and stories. With original compositions from her first album Glenaphuca, new material from her second album and reinventions of traditional songs performed…
Young Scot producing house, electro and trap.
Lewis Schaffer: American in London
Award-winning New Yorker bemoans being 'held hostage' in the UK.
Lewis Schaffer: You Are Beautiful
Fast-talking stand-up from the acclaimed and award-winning New York comic.
Oxford singer-songwriter in the Ed Sheeran mould.
Lewisham Comedy Club
Regular comedy club featuring the best local and national live acts.
Leytonstone Big Weekender
A weekend of free arts, culture and live entertainment. On Saturday there's an arts trail, craft workshops and outdoor activities including trampolines, a ridge line climbing wall and crazy golf. On Sunday, Church Lane is transformed into a street party with a food market, bouncy castles and musical performances.
Specialist parties across Edinburgh and Glasgow.
The group for older LGBT folk meet up for some good chat, the chance to meet new people and perhaps a game or two of dominoes.
Acoustic singer-songwriter from Scotland.
The pianist and vocalist performs country, rock'n'roll and Americana with his accompanying band.
The jazz musician improvises his way through a multitude of songs, motifs and themes.
Liam Ó Maonlaí
A passionate traditionalist and humanitarian, Liam formed the hugely successful Hothouse Flowers in 1985. Liam Ó Maonlaí is one of the most talented, charismatic and soulful performers of Irish traditional music today. But his musical prowess goes beyond his own cultural roots as he blends an eclectic mix of folk, blues…
Liam Williams: Capitalism
Williams' new show Capitalism is all about cold, hard moolah, from a guy who's not too serious about anything.
An hour of observations, storytelling and fast-paced gags.
Liam Withnail: True Defective
Debut hour from Liam Withnail, detailing his journey to sobriety.
A legend of British jazz, singer, pianist and composer Liane's career spans over 20 years.
Lianne La Havas
English singer/songwriter and guitarist Lianne La Havas arrived in the early 2010s with a mostly acoustic and hushed hybrid of alternative folk and soul. Influenced by the likes of Lauryn Hill and Nina Simone, she found success with the release of her debut album, Is Your Love Big Enough?, which reached number five in the…
Libertadores String Quartet
Traditional chamber music from the Venezuelan quartet.
Pete Doherty and Carl Barat's outfit specialising in tales of the everyday rebellion and riotous indie-rock debauchery.
The Liberty Big Band
Old school big band jazz sounds, swing and tributes to Glenn Miller and Sinatra.
Featuring house, beats and bass.
Seven-piece band led by trombonist Eddie Bellis, playing the best of West Coast jazz.
Riff-laden indie rock from the Leicester trio.
The Life & Music of Jim Reeves
Al Grant takes on Jim Reeves, singing all the favourites like 'Welcome to my World', 'Moonlight & Roses' and 'Danny Boy'.
A Life In Song: Tony Hatch
The Tony Hatch Orchestra, featuring Petula Clark celebrate the life of Tony Hatch.
Life in the Deep
Pond exploration session with the Rangers at Robroyston Pond. Wellies are a must. Children must be accompanied.
Not so alternative rockers from Los Angeles.
The Lift Shaft Incident
Rock covers of everything from AC/DC to Katy Perry.
Quartet of Mandhira de Saram (violin), Patrick Dawkins (violin), Richard Jones (viola) and Valerie Welbanks (cello).