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An Evening of Radiohead at Derby Cathedral

Saturday 24th June 2023

Let Me In, a local Derby based production company, are debuting their spectacular new show – An Evening of Radiohead in the stunning surroundings of Derby Cathedral, featuring a full live band, accompanied by a nationally renowned string trio, exploring songs from Radiohead’s vast back catalogue. 


“For a minute there – I lost myself.”


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 Trio, 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, Lewis Heeley, 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 and Hannah Paterson.


The organiser and performer, Chris Buckle, said “It is an honour and a privilege to be able to perform the intricate and complex music of Radiohead inside such an iconic venue in our home city. This is a very special group of musicians and we can guarantee it will be a night to remember, with something for everyone, whether you are a Radiohead fanatic, or a first time listener.”


Let Me In are also an advocate of accessibility and inclusivity, and have a range of affordable options for the event. Chris added, “We believe that the arts have both the potential and responsibility to support the strengthening of communities and in actively fighting against injustices that provide a select few in society opportunities that should be accessible to everyone. Because of this, we do not want to put any financial barriers between our work and our audiences – if you find this is the case, please email us on and we can discuss alternative ticketing arrangements to enable you to come to the event if you wish to.”


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