Friday, 21 June 2019

We celebrate the return of mighty Japanese psychedelics
Acid Mother's Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O.
to Leeds in October with this cracking poster from Adam Nodwell.

https://pleasepleaseyou.blogspot.co.uk/p/upcoming-shows.html

Wednesday, 19 June 2019

We're teaming up with our buddies at Ouroboros and The Crescent to bring dance-punk party starters !!! (Chk Chk Chk) to York in November!



Friday, 5 April 2019

Yay!

We're delighted to welcome the very excellent Working Men’s Club (yep) to York for the first time in May when they come to support Pip Blom at this total winner of a show with our buddies Bull opening up too.



Sunday, 17 March 2019


 After our highly entertaining Mark Wynn & Mark Wynn show in February, we're very pleased to be able to tell you were all at it again in June.

Whilst likely to have some similarities to the grand display back then, there will definitely be no Timmy The Tiger.

On sale now and simply a do not miss!
https://pleasepleaseyou.blogspot.co.uk/p/upcoming-shows.html

Monday, 18 February 2019

Another bunch of York based friends doing great things nationally and soon to be in America too! The Howl & The Hum return to York for a headline show at The Crescent for us in April.

Tickets on sale now so don't delay. They're in Earworm Records in York, the venue and online here.

https://pleasepleaseyou.blogspot.co.uk/p/upcoming-shows.html

Monday, 4 February 2019

The original thinking behind Please Please You was to provide a platform for national and international touring acts to come and play in a small city so often overlooked on the national touring circuit. We have tried to encourage an open-minded, passionate and ego-free programme that would be broadly enjoyed by our friends, our soon-to-be friend and the artists alike. Over the years it's evolved and that original idea has come to fruition, we've provided many a stage for acts that would never been to play there.

Nowadays however we get our biggest kicks watching our creative friends in York develop. Whether performing on her own in sparse, singer-songwriter mode or which her highly intricate and talented band, Amy May Ellis has been a shining light in the city for some time. With a very recent BBC6 Music live session and an invite to The Great Escape Festival it would appear the rest of country is starting to notice. Her beautiful voice and melodic, folk based songs will silence rooms wherever she performs.

We're delighted to be able to host another full band show at York at The Crescent in May as Amy celebrates the release of her second EP 'We Got Fire'. It's events like this that make our world a better place.

https://www.facebook.com/events/254642795450593/