David Duchovny in a white T-shirt. Photo by Elle Russia.

David Duchovny

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Wednesday 8 November 2023, 19:30 & Friday 10 November 2023, 19:30

Past Event
David Duchovny Past Event

While fans may know him best for his screen work (The X-Files, Californication), musician-actor-author David Duchovny has carved out a larger creative role over the years, authoring six books and releasing three albums while earning rave reviews (and a dedicated fanbase) for his live shows.

His latest album, Gestureland, was released in 2021 during the pandemic. While the feelings on Gestureland are intimate, the music is expansive – it evokes ’70s California pop, alternative rock, folk and country. In its own right, it is timeless music.

‘I wouldn’t go about imitating anyone,’ says Duchovny. ‘But for me it’s about classic rock, the British Invasion, Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, Aimee Mann — you fall in love with certain sounds.’

With his two earlier releases (2015’s Hell or Highwater and 2017’s Every Third Thought) Duchovny earned critical acclaim; Allmusic called his music ‘eloquent, alt-rock-kissed country-folk in the vein of Wilco and the Wallflowers’ while the Boston Globe praised Duchovny’s voice, noting ‘he sings with a parched resonance and just a hint of rasp. He is rather heartfelt’.

Helping achieve all these sounds: Colin Lee, Mitch Stewart and Pat McCusker, three former college friends from the Berklee College of Music and longtime studio musicians who have worked with Duchovny on all of his records. ‘David is so joyful about making music, and his lyrical approach and his way of looking at songs is like poetry,’ says Lee. ‘He creates stuff that excites us as musicians.’

Since the release of Gestureland, Duchovny released a new novel, Truly Like Lightning, a novella, The Reservoir, and co-authored (with illustrator Phillip Sevy) the graphic novel Kepler. He has also adapted his own novel, Bucky F*cking Dent, to film, premiering it at the Tribeca Film Festival.

But like all good musicians, he’s anxious to get back on the road and perform these new songs live. ‘David has so much energy and charisma, it’s easy for him to carry the show,’ says his bandmate Stewart. ‘I always get such a kick playing live,’ adds the singer. ‘We make our show into a whole evening and take people on a journey. I can’t wait to do a version of this album for a tour.’

Schedule for the evening (timings are approx.):
5pm: ‘Meet & Greet’ doors open (‘Meet & Greet’ ticket holders only)
6pm: Venue doors open (standard ticket holders)
7pm: Auditorium doors open
7.30pm-8.10pm: Support
8.30pm-10pm: David Duchovny

Duration: approx. 2 hours 30 mins (incl. interval)

Ticket Information

£150 exclusive ‘Meet & Greet’ package*

*‘Meet & Greet’ package includes:

  • Early entry
  • Signed limited edition tour poster
  • Your personal photograph taken with David by a professional on-site photographer (personal devices may not be used for the photograph)

‘Meet & Greet’ packages can be purchased along with each full-price concert ticket – you can add the ‘Meet & Greet’ package to your basket in the checkout process after you’ve selected your concert tickets and clicked the ‘Continue’ button.

Please note: holding a ‘Meet & Greet’ ticket alone will not grant you access to the concert; you must also have a valid evening concert ticket to be allowed entry to the ‘Meet & Greet’. You will need to present both tickets upon arrival.

‘Meet & Greet’ packages are limited, subject to availability and only valid when presented with an evening concert ticket. 

All orders are subject to a transaction fee, except if made in person. See booking information for details, payment methods and delivery options.

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