It is set to be another busy year at the Brewery Arts in Kendal, with a whole host of musical acts and comedians coming to the region.

Here at the Mail, we have created a handy guide for all the performances already confirmed for the first half of 2024, with tickets available here.

Dustbowl Revival

January 25 

Tickets: £15.50.

After celebrating over a decade of playing thousands of shows together in ten countries and counting, the Revival have collected a devoted fanbase from coast-to-coast in the U.S.

The Sharon Shannon Trio

February 1

Tickets: £22.50

Playing shows throughout her career from The Kennedy Centre in Washington to London’s Wembley Arena, Sharon continues to redefine and reimagine the boundaries of Irish traditional music.

Mark Simmons

February 2

Tickets: £17.50

Mark Simmons is a master of one-liners and was named UK Comics’ Comic 2022 – Best Act. 

Bob Harris and Colin Hall

February 9

Tickets: £20.50

BBC’s Bob Harris alongside author and music journalist, Colin Hall, set out on an intimate speaking tour based around their mutual love and appreciation of The Beatles.

Daliso Chaponda

February 15

Tickets: £16.50

Since his first show 20 years ago, Daliso has done the Royal Variety Performance, written and performed four series of Citizen of Nowhere on BBC Radio 4, and been a Britain’s Got Talent finalist.


February 17

Tickets: £16.50

A decade on from their first performance – and with 3 acclaimed albums under their belt – RANT remain at the forefront of the Scottish fiddle scene.

Geoff Norcott

February 22

Tickets: £16.50

'Basic Bloke' is the new national tour for Geoff Norcott, star of Have I Got News For You, A League Of Their Own, The Last Leg, Would I Lie to You? and Live At The Apollo.

Josh Pugh

February 23

Tickets: £18

'Existin’ La Vida Loca' is the brand-new stand-up show from Edinburgh Award-nominated viral sensation, Josh Pugh.

Tom Stade

March 1

Tickets: £19

The legendary Canadian superstar returns to Brewery Arts with a killer new hour.

Martha Tilston

March 6

Tickets: £16.50

With a pure silken voice and lyrics that inspire and captivate, Martha Tilston has developed a successful musical career with a large and loyal following.

Rosie Jones

March 15

Tickets: £15.50

This show is guaranteed to be full of unapologetic cheekiness, nonsensical fun and unadulterated joy from the 'triple threat' herself.

Sam Lee

March 22

Tickets: £18.50

March 2024 sees the release of Sam’s fourth studio album, ‘Songdreaming’, the follow up to 2020’s ‘Old Wow’.

Andy Parsons

March 23

Tickets: £17.50

"For those who worry that we are going to hell in a handcart, Parsons will at least make you enjoy the ride" – The I.

Tom Houghton

April 4

Tickets: £17

After an incredible break-out year, Tom Houghton sets out on his biggest and most hilarious show yet.

The Breath

April 6

Tickets: £18.50

The Breath is comprised of Manchester-based guitarist Stuart McCallum and singer/flautist Ríoghnach Connolly, who met on the city’s gig circuit in the late noughties.

Daoirí Farrell

April 12

Tickets: £18.50

Since launching his own solo live career in 2016, Daoirí Farrell has gone from strength to strength with numerous honours.

Police Dog Hogan

April 13

Tickets: £18.50

The band’s eagerly-awaited new album ‘Overground’ has been described as ‘their best ever’.

Ivo Graham

April 19

Tickets: £16.50

Comedian Ivo Graham ropes his audience into more chaos against the clock.


April 27

Tickets: £18.50

Scottish powerhouse quartet FARA unveiled their highly anticipated third studio album in 2022, and they’re now hitting the road.

Nick Helm

May 3

Tickets: £17

Helm returns to the road to mesmerise a new generation of thrill seekers in his all new, brand new, box fresh show.

Clinton Baptiste

June 1

Tickets: £28

Britain’s most celebrated clairvoyant medium psychic from Peter Kay’s ‘Phoenix Nights’ returns with his brand new hilarious one-man stand up show.

The Zombies

June 14

Tickets: £35.50

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductees The Zombies are back with their long-awaited new album, 'Different Game'.

The Undertones

June 14

Tickets: £27.50

This punk rock group remain the most successful band to have emerged from Derry, and one of the most successful bands to have emerged from Northern Ireland.