An Evening of Radiohead

13/09/2024 - 14/09/2024, 7.30pm

Derby Cathedral

Iron Gate




Derby Cathedral is a special place of prayer, worship and hospitality set at the heart of the city.

An Evening of Radiohead

Lose yourself in this sonically spectacular celebration of Radiohead’s vast and ever-expanding universe of music – including hits and hidden gems from their 30 years in the spotlight from albums such as OK Computer, In Rainbows and The Bends. 

A full live band, complete with the nationally renowned Mike Nowland String Quartet, will transport you on an epic journey through the bestselling band’s back catalogue within the stunning surroundings of Derby Cathedral, for a night of live music you will never forget.

The setlist will collate a detailed selection of hits and lesser known gems from all of Radiohead’s nine albums to date, and will have something for everyone as we venture from 90s maudlin rockers to bombastic sonic landscapes in what is guaranteed to be a sensory experience like no other.

Your band for the evening will be fronted by Christopher Buckle, and will include local musicians and Radiohead lovers – Alfie Woods, Bruce Higgs, Daniel Anketell and Musical Director – Ewan Steady. The band will be accompanied by very special guests and nationally renowned string players – Mike Nowland, Mathias Svensson, Caroline Bodimead and Hannah Paterson.

When do doors open?

Doors will open 45 minutes before the music begins, meaning they will open at 6.45pm. This will give you ample time to come into the space, find your seat and relax before the music begins at 7.30pm.

What are the stage times?

There is no support act, so the music will begin at 7.30pm sharp. There will be two sets with a 20 minute interval, with the event finishing around 10pm.

What age is the performance suitable for?

This performance is suitable for all ages, however, there are some intense lighting and sound moments throughout the evening, and we would recommend parental discretion. Anyone under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

Is there disabled access?

It is incredibly important to us that our performances are accessible to everyone that wants to come – therefore, we have ensured that An Evening of Radiohead is wheelchair accessible.

Please ensure you book an Accessible Ticket for disabled access, and this way we can make sure we have ample staff and space to make sure you are all as comfortable as possible.

What is the view like in the “restricted view” section?

The restricted views seats are at the sides of the main nave, and can range from a great view to being behind a pillar. These are unreserved, so you can end up getting a great spot if you arrive early, however, the price reflects the inconsistency of these views.

Will there be toilets on site? 

Yes, there are toilets on site.

What if I need more information? 

Feel free to email Chris at, or call on 07761966126 with any questions you may have. We are always happy to help and our door is always open!



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