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Afro Celt Sound System formed more than 20 years ago when Simon Emmerson brought a group of musicians from the UK and Africa to Peter Gabriel's Real World Studios. Since then, they have released a "trail-blazing" (PopMatters) fusion of African and Celtic music, bringing together "an irresistible blend of rhythms and lilting spirituality aimed equally at the head, heart and feet" (BBC Music). They perform following the release of their latest album, The Source. "I can guarantee it's a unique and unmissable spectacle," says Folk Radio of their live shows.
Described as a punk-rock blues and country techno situationist, crypto-Marxist-Lennist electro pop band, and famed for penning The Soprano's theme tune.
With her deep, bluesy voice, British singer [Alison Moyet rose to fame as half of the 80s synth-pop due Yazoo.
Angelos Epithemiou (BBC 2 Shooting Stars) and Barry From Watford (BBC Radio 2 Steve Wright) come together to discuss how to succeed in business, where they think corporations have got it right and wrong and the direction in which the financial sector is headed. But mostly they will be discussing the bookies, Londis, Crimewatch, their balls, if you can claim benefits in space, whether or not Kim Jong Un cuts his own hair and how Ban Ki Moon once nearly lost The UN in a poker game.
Five guys from Down Under have mastered Pink Floyd's whole sound and reproduce it with perfect covers of all the hits.
Big Country was formed in 1981 by guitar playing founder members Stuart Adamson and Bruce Watson, who both originated from the band's hometown, Dunfermline in Scotland. They were then joined by drummer Mark Brzezicki and bass player Tony Butler who completed the award-winning band.
Regarded by many as a classic, the multi-million selling album Steeltown went straight to the number one slot in the album charts when it was released in 1984, produced by Steve Lillywhite. The band will perform songs from the album as well as their classic hits and live favourites such as Fields of Fire, Chance, Where The Rose Is Sown, Wonderland, Look Away and many more taken from their eight other studio albums which include The Seer, Peace In Our Time and the triple Grammy-nominated The Crossing.
Oh what a night awaits for all music fans. . . during the 60s and 70s No1 hits Sherry, December 1963 (Oh What a Night), Walk Like a Man, Rag Doll and Big Girls Don't Cry saw the Four Seasons and lead singer Frankie Valli propelled to super stardom. Selling an incredible 100 million records worldwide, there's a Four Seasons song that shares a special place in everyone's heart. Big Girls Don't Cry authentically revives the sublime harmonies of New Jersey's finest. It showcases Frankie's incredible falsettos, and features solo hits that range from the exuberant - the rock'n'roll nostalgia of Grease, to the spine-tingling - show-stealers such as My Eyes Adored You.
Collabro are an English musical theatre boy band who took the Britain's Got Talent judges' and viewers' breath away with their renditions of classic tracks. Michael Auger, Richard Hadfield, Jamie Lambert, Thomas Leak and Matthew Pagan only formed a month prior to their audition for Britain's Got Talent and came together over their shared love of musical theatre.
When a theatre is 'dark' it means that it is closed. This may be temporary, e.g. between shows, or it may be semi-permanent, e.g. when it is closed for refurbishment (sometimes it is uncertain when this happens whether it will actually open again) and sometimes it means that the theatre is completely out to action, lost or gone!
Veteran salesman Willy Loman is used to spending his life 'riding on a smile and a shoeshine', but recently things haven't been so good. He seems to have lost his golden touch; his grown-up sons, Biff and Happy, no longer idolise him as they used to and he is haunted by missed opportunities and a trouble past. His wife Linda is struggling to aid her increasingly disturbed husband, as she tries to hold the family together and keep Willy from descending further into desperation. But as the truth of Willy and his sons' imperfect past begins to unravel, Willy starts to lose faith in the two things he believes in: his family, and, in Miller's words, his need 'to leave a thumbprint somewhere on the world'. Death of a Salesman burst upon the international scene in 1949 and won the Drama Critics' Circle Award, the Tony Award and the Pulitzer Prize, becoming a benchmark for modern theatre.
1998 Perrier Award Nominee. Irish comedian.
Stage version of the enchanting novel. Young, handsome and eligible, Frank Churchill is just what Highbury needs. Full of good intentions, Emma immediately sets about her match-making plans. But she's so busy meddling, she fails to recognise the yearning of her own heart! Meet dashing heroes, leering vicars and lusty nieces in this deliciously updated romantic comedy.
Mr Fox has three very nasty enemies, Boggis, Bunce and Bean. These greedy farmers hate Mr Fox so much they will stop at nothing to get rid of him. They try to shoot, starve and dig him out of his hole, however Mr Fox is much cleverer than they are and has a cunning plan of his own. Discover the thrill of the chase and join Mr Fox and his family underground as they battle to save themselves and the rest of the countryside from disaster.
Former Marillion frontman whose solo material has built on his already solid reputation as a singer and songwriter. Fish's music defies trends and fashion and it's a brave statement.
'How would you feel about sitting in front of that nice old village pub on a sunny afternoon while convoys of 40-ton tankers roll past six feet away?' Deerland Energy's plans to drill for shale gas in the pretty village of Fenstock are going well. The company is looking at big profits. They can count on the support of distinguished scientists working in University departments funded by the energy companies while at local level, Councillor Pilbeam, Chair of the Planning Committee, seems to be open to lucrative offers. The only slight snag is a ragged band of protesters, reluctantly led by retired academic, Elizabeth Blackwood. Surely she's just another 'mad old biddy', as she's characterised by ruthless PR guru Joe Selby? This new razor-sharp black comedy by Alistair Beaton takes a timely look at the conflicted core of planetary energy and earthly power.
Featuring Bruce Foxton from the original line up of The Jam and from Stiff Little Fingers. Playing classic The Jam hits such as Down In The Tube Station At Midnight, Going Underground, Town Called Malice and The Modern World as well as songs from Bruce Foxton's solo career.
With a completely new show for 2016 and a setlist as diverse as the borough which gave them their name, expect an eclectic and completely unique mix of dancefloor-filling contemporary rock, jazz, soul and electronica. It's no wonder they've been described as 'one of the best live bands we have in this country' by BBC Radio 2.
Let your children explore the most magical of stories; join us on the journey to explore the enchanting worlds of: The Snow Queen, The Elves and the Shoemaker, The Little Girl and the Winter Whirlwinds. This year we also have a special host - Santa Claus himself!
Echo and the Bunnymen are one of the finest post-punk indie bands the UK has ever produced, responsible for iconic albums and tracks such as The Cutter, Seven Seas, Bring on the Dancing Horses. Frontman Ian McCulloch went on to forge a successful solo career and he will be appearing here with a stripped down set of classic Bunnymen songs and his own tunes.
Dublin-born Imelda May has the rare kind of raw talent and timeless glamour that truly illuminates the stage. You don't just watch Imelda perform, you experience it,. Whether it's her infectiously unique fusion of rockabilly, blues and jazz, her extensive self-penned repertoire, her sassy burlesque-inspired performances or her distinctive interpretation of classic standards, her appeal is both seductive and undeniable. As such, she is fast emerging as one of the finest vocalists from the UK Roots music scene today
2012 Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Best Show Nominee.
Perrier Nominee and the hottest comic at the Edinburgh Fringe at 100 per cent sell-out 1998-2003 (and consistently the fastest selling comedian). With no two shows alike, this is unpredictable, unmatchable comedy at its best.
Renowned for his hilarious observations and loveable, friendly delivery Jason has been a firm favourite with comedy fans of all ages since his first solo stand-up show earned him huge critical acclaim and a nomination for the prestigious Perrier Newcomer Award back in 2005.
Perrier nominee 2002.
Jimmy is gathering a selection of his very best jokes along with brand new material for the ultimate comedy show. A man who has devoted his life to crafting perfect jokes and has left a trail of laughter in his wake, Jimmy Carr's new tour will distil everything we love to laugh at and be shocked by, into one incredible, unparalleled night of entertainment. Jimmy Carr has been on the stand-up scene for a decade and a half. In that time he's performed 9 sell-out tours, playing nearly 2,000 shows to over 2 million people across 4 continents. He's won the British Comedy Award for 'Best Live Stand-Up Tour' and been nominated for the Perrier Award. Now all that experience is being put to good use - you can see all the greatest material from his extraordinary career in one show - this is the very best of Jimmy Carr.
Imagine the love child of Stevie Ray Vaughan and Dusty Springfield and you will begin to get a feel for Joanne Shaw Taylor's fiery guitar-playing, sultry vocals and 100% pure soul. Born and raised amongst the steelworks of Britain's Black Country, she picked up a guitar when she was 14 and has never looked back. She toured the UK with her own band, headlined at major clubs including Ronnie Scotts and played all the major European blues festivals, alongside the likes of BB King. Her own writing has led to her to something beyond the blues through a soulful mix of roots and pop influences sung in a haunting, smoky voice.
Joel is one of the fastest rising stars on the UK comedy circuit, having appeared on Russell Howard's Good News, and BBC3's Impractical Jokers.
Catch the star of Sky1s Bring The Noise as he delivers his high octane comedy to venues up and down the country. Joel came onto the comedy scene in 2007 and has never looked back. After receiving great critical acclaim for his Edinburgh Fringe shows, he has gone on to appear in numerous television shows including; Impractical Jokers (BBC3), Reality Bites (ITV2), Russell Howard's Good News (BBC), Drunk History (Comedy Central), and has performed in acting roles for Popatron (BBC2) and Skins (E4).
John Mayall was, as a child, influenced by such greats as Leadbelly, Albert Ammons, Pinetop Smith, and Eddie Lang. From the age of 13 he taught himself to play and develop his own style with the aid of a neighbour's piano, borrowed guitars, and secondhand harmonicas. John met his soulmate in Eric Clapton, who had quit the Yardbirds in favour of playing the blues. This historic union culminated in the first hit album for John’s band, the Bluesbreakers, and resulted in worldwide legendary status. A succession of great musicians defined their artistic roots under John's leadership, and he became well known for discovering new talent. As sidemen left to form their own groups, others took their places. Peter Green, John McVie and Mick Fleetwood became Fleetwood Mac. Andy Fraser formed Free, and Mick Taylor joined the Rolling Stones. As Eric Clapton has stated, "John Mayall has actually run an incredibly great school for musicians."
The British Comedy Award nominee and star of Live At The Apollo and 8 Out Of 10 Cats is embarking on a nationwide tour to complain about the state of the world and offer no solutions. Since his last show he has become a husband and father, seen the UK vote to leave the EU and watched the rise of Donald Trump, all of which leaves him asking one question, why does it seem that no one else alive can correctly load a dishwasher? Come and see what Jon Richardson can do with words when he has more than thirty seconds to work with. Or should that be "with which to work"?
Boogie Woogie. Jools Holland needs little introduction. In 1973 he met up with Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook and formed Squeeze and with hits like 'Cool for Cats' and 'Up the Junction' Squeeze achieved spectacular success. In 1990 Jools sowed the seeds of the Rhythm and Blues Orchestra when he began touring with Squeeze's virtuoso drummer Gilson Lavis. This has evolved into a powerful and disciplined twelve-piece band, capable of selling out hundreds of shows a year all over Britain and Europe.
The founder of Del Amitri, Justin Currie's music is dominated by strong imagery and storytelling, powerful yet understated vocals and a sound that, whilst rooted in nineties pop-rock, translates beautifully modern urban ballads. With influences from Nick Cave, Crowded House and Mark Lanegan, his music is hauntingly dark, yet refreshingly uplifting.
Katy Brand's hit Edinburgh Festival show I Was a Teenage Christian is an honest, fascinating and funny exploration of her self-imposed conversion and total immersion in evangelical Christianity. One Sunday, aged 13, Katy went to a local church service and became a fundamentalist Christian. From then on she attended church four times a week. For seven years she put the 'fun' into fundamentalism?and the 'mental'. She was an obnoxious, self-important dick, but at least she knew she was going to heaven. Now she's not so sure. Katy will relive her glory days of certainty and judgement (and unrequited love?) whilst trying to figure out what the hell was going on in her own head.
Having sold over 3 million records worldwide, the group has travelled across the globe, performing hits like ?Naive , ?She Moves In Her Own Way and ?Always Where I Need To Be , along with live favourites ?Do You Wanna , ?Sway and ?Shine On .
Former Stereolab vocalist and solo artist Laetitia Sadier follows up 2012's Silencio - "as timelessly hip as a pair of Wayfarers or an Eames chair", reckons Pitchfork - with Something Shines, her third studio album. Sadier formed Stereolab with her then-boyfriend, guitarist Tim Gane, in 1990, performing "elegant deconstructions of capitalist economic evils in a voice that sounded like snogging Audrey Hepburn while occupying The Sorbonne" (BBC Music). Expect "gorgeous vocals" (The Guardian) that are "wistfully longing, as though always somehow standing on tiptoe, reaching for the prize at the back of the high shelf" (The Quietus).
A unique opportunity to come and see me perform some brand new material in an intimate venue for not much money, before it's any good.
A tribute to Davie Bowie.
In the bicentenary year of Jane Austen's death, join Dr Lucy Worsley as she delves into the life of the famous and much-loved author. During the evening, Lucy considers what home meant to Jane and tells the story through the rooms, spaces, possessions and places that mattered to her, as well as dispelling the myth that she was a cynical, lonely spinster. Lucy offers us instead a witty and passionate woman of her time, who refused to settle for anything less than Mr Darcy.
Winner of five major comedy awards. 24-hour-show luminary. Novelist. Watson (host of BBC's We Need Answers, Never Mind The Buzzcocks, Mock The Week regular and star of cult Radio 4 series Mark Watson Makes The World Substantially Better).
After more than 100 dates on the road in 2016 with his best-reviewed show to date, I'm Not Here, and a similarly marathon effort with the previous tour, Mark Watson is amazed to find there are STILL some areas of the country he's not visited much, and some towns that have been neglected altogether. It's hard to be everywhere at once, so he's narrowed it down to a sensible plan: for the next tour, Watson will only visit places beginning with M or W, his initials ? as they've already shown a commitment by having those names in the first place.
North-Londoner Michael Kiwanuka is one of the UKs fastest rising soul stars. Key musical touchstones include Marvin Gaye, Otis Redding, Bob Dylan, Paul Simon, Shuggie Otis, Roberta Flack's First Take, Bill Withers' Live At Carnegie Hall and D'Angelo's modern-soul landmark Voodoo. Few records make such an instant impression as Home Again, Kiwanuka's debut album. Immersing the listener in a sound that is both modern and at the same time as familiar as the classics, it manages to strike the balance between being contemporary and somehow utterly timeless.
Milton Jones is renowned for his string of surreal and unusual one-liners. On stage, hair gelled in 360 different directions, clothes half-spaceman, half '70s Bhs, he was Perrier Finalist of 1997 and Best Newcomer in 1996. His delivery is part weirdo, part childish, part punch drunk.
Milton Jones is renowned for his string of surreal and unusual one-liners. On stage, hair gelled in 360 different directions, clothes half-spaceman, half '70s Bhs, he was Perrier Finalist of 1997 and Best Newcomer in 1996. His delivery is part weirdo, part childish, part punch drunk.
In the days after the EU referendum, the National Theatre began a nationwide listening project. A team of interviewers spoke to people around the country - from Leicester to Derry/Londonderry and Merthyr Tydfil to Glasgow - to hear their views of the country and town they live in, their lives, their future, and the referendum. sing exact words taken from the interviews, My Country; a work in progress puts those conversations centre stage. Rufus Norris, Director of the National Theatre, collaborates with Carol Ann Duffy, Poet Laureate, to create this new performance which opens in London before playing at venues around the country.
Created in collaboration with; Citizens Theatre, Curve, Derry Playhouse, Live Theatre, National Theatre Wales, Sage Gateshead, Salisbury Playhouse and Strike A Light Festival in association with Cusack Projects Limited.
A massively popular artist with a huge live following, Newton is a genuine grass roots phenomenon, touring heavily for the past two years building up from low key gigs and support shows to headline performances and main-stage festival slots at home and abroad. Newton has won over fans and critics alike with his unique mixture of mind-boggling virtuoso guitar techniques and a natural wit.
Top notch comedy with some of the biggest and brightest rising comedians on the circuit. Laugh? You'll snort like a pig!
On the night Brian Bishop murdered his wife, he was sixty miles away, asleep in bed. At least that's what he claims. But as Detective Superintendent Roy Grace continues to deal with the mysterious disappearance of his own wife, he starts to dig a little deeper into the chilling murder case and it soon becomes clear that love can be a dangerous thing.
5 JUNE - 10 JUNE
THEATRE ROYAL, PLYMOUTH
13 JUNE - 17 JUNE
NEW THEATRE, CARDIFF
19 JUNE - 24 JUNE
CONNAUGHT THEATRE, WORTHING
30 MAY - 3 JUNE
CHURCHILL THEATRE, BROMLEY
22 MAY - 27 MAY
OPERA HOUSE, MANCHESTER
8 MAY - 13 MAY
THEATRE SEVERN, SHREWSBURY
15 MAY - 20 MAY
ARTS THEATRE, CAMBRIDGE
2 MAY - 6 MAY
ROYAL & DERNGATE, NORTHAMPTON
24 APRIL - 29 APRIL
KING'S THEATRE, EDINBURGH
18 APRIL - 22 APRIL
BORD GAIS ENERGY THEATRE (FORMERLY GRAND CANAL THEATRE), DUBLIN
20 MARCH - 25 MARCH
THEATRE ROYAL, NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE
27 MARCH - 1 APRIL
BELGRADE THEATRE, COVENTRY
3 APRIL - 8 APRIL
THEATRE ROYAL, GLASGOW
10 APRIL - 15 APRIL
MARLOWE THEATRE, CANTERBURY
7 MARCH - 11 MARCH
MAYFLOWER THEATRE, SOUTHAMPTON
25 JANUARY - 28 JANUARY
THE ORCHARD, DARTFORD
30 JANUARY - 4 FEBRUARY
MILTON KEYNES THEATRE, MILTON KEYNES
6 FEBRUARY - 11 FEBRUARY
NEW VICTORIA THEATRE, WOKING
13 MARCH - 18 MARCH
RICHMOND THEATRE, OUTER LONDON
13 FEBRUARY - 18 FEBRUARY
THEATRE ROYAL, BRIGHTON
27 FEBRUARY - 4 MARCH
20 FEBRUARY - 25 FEBRUARY
MALVERN THEATRES, MALVERN
Pam Ann is the creation of cult comedienne Caroline Reid, a 1960's clad air-hostess, a mixture of comedy, camp and glamour.
The UK's most controversial Asian comedian, Paul Chowdhry, is seen as the bad boy entertainer of the Brit comedy scene and regarded as the outspoken nemesis of wholesome traditional Asian comics.
In an evening of musical storytelling featuring a full live band, audiences will be treated to a full concert of Cat Stevens' hits, revealing the man in the music and the real stories behind the classic songs. Starring award-winning Australian musician Darren Coggan, Peace Train - The Cat Stevens Story will take audiences on the same journey of discovery and enlightenment travelled by Cat himself. In Peace Train - The Cat Stevens Story, audiences can re-live 23 hits from the seldom-seen icon, such as: Remember The Days Of The Old School, Lady D'Arbanville, Sad Lisa and Peace Train. Tracing the path of a man who never stopped wondering about how to make the world a better place is Darren Coggan. One of Australia's most exciting young artists, Coggan and his band's performances in Peace Train - The Cat Stevens Story have met with critical acclaim in Australia.
The band have taken their superbly seamless blend of crisply played tunes on pipes, fiddle and whistle, a world class rhythm section and a totally diverse but successful mix of other musical styles and turned the dance-o-meter up to 12 to create the most pumping, uplifting and exciting Scottish fusion you're ever likely to come across. From traditional jigs and reels through to jazz, hip hop and reggae, Peatbog Faeries are considered by many as the future of the Celtic dance sound.
Ralph McTell has a reputation for spellbinding live performances. His one-man guitar shows feature songs and instrumental numbers from his long career, and his storytelling abilities punctuate sensitive and thought provoking songs with light-hearted and self-deprecating humour.
Hailing from the anti-folk scene of New York's East Village, Regina Spektor has won a growing army of fans with her blend of vivacious musicality and offbeat charm with albums Soviet Kitsch, Begin to Hope and Far and singles including Us, Samson and Fidelity.
Reginald D Hunter's work is often brutally honest, frequently controversial but always meticulously measured and thought out. He is one of the few performers to have been nominated for the highly coveted main Perrier Award in three consecutive years and has become a well-known face on primetime television shows such as Live At The Apollo and QI and is a frequent guest on Have I Got News For You.
Get ready to step back in time and relive special moments from the career of dancing extraordinaire, Fred Astaire. The ?Remembering Fred Tour' will take you on a magical journey of dance, live music and entertainment supported by special appearances from various celebrity guests. Strictly Come Dancing stars Aljaz and Janette will be performing steps and turns from the golden age of Hollywood's most celebrated dance routines. Audiences will hear from famous Fred fans including Twiggy, Darcey Bussell, Don Black and Bruce Oldfield who will share stories of how the screen icon touched their lives and discuss what made him so special. Remembering Fred will feature songs such as They Can't Take That Away From Me, Night & Day, S'Wonderful, Cheek To Cheek, Puttin' On The Ritz, Let's Face The Music & Dance, The Way You Look Tonight, Top Hat, White Tie & Tail and many others.
Contributions to the show by:Ava Astaire-McKenzie, Bruce Oldfield, Darcey Bussell, Don Black and Twiggy.
Wild and crazy comedian.
Comedian and presenter. Winner of the Edinburgh Comedy Award 2010.
Are you 16-years-old, yet feel 21? Are you 40, but tragically faking 25? Or maybe you're full-on 80 years, with the heart of three oxen and the sex drive of a bonobo chimp. Don't worry: this is normal. No one is ever the 'right' age - it is the beauty and the curse of being a real person. In this brand new show, Russell Kane unleashes another blisteringly-funny, award-winning stand-up performance about growing up, growing down, and why farts will always be funny.
One summer, Scott Gibson returned from a friend's stag weekend in Blackpool and his brain exploded - he had suffered a massive brain haemorrhage. So, Scott did what any self-respecting Glaswegian man would do: he went back to bed and slept for 4 days, eventually waking up to discover he was now blind in one eye. Life After Death tells the story of the three weeks that changed Scott's life forever. From Blackpool to Glasgow to the Neurology Capital of Europe (...Govan), Scott Gibson's debut is at once a darkly hysterical and inspiring show, delivered with the trademark filthy charisma that Scott has rapidly become renowned for. Life After Death is a tale of love and pain, and fear and hope. It's about overcoming insurmountable odds, and how comedy can bring you back to life.
With his many hits and unique blend of rock and country blues, Shaky's vocal capabilities enable him to cover a wide and varied range of musical styles.
The Echoes Of Our Times Tour will see the UK's biggest-selling singles artist of the 1980s hit the road from Easter next year with the opening night on Saturday April 15 in Carlisle. Shaky will then travel the length and breadth of the country before ending the tour in Hastings at the end of May. With 33 hit singles and four UK no. 1s to his name, the Platinum-selling entertainer and performer, will be wowing fans old and new as he performs new tracks from Echoes Of Our Times along with classic hits such as This Ole House, Green Door, Oh Julie and What Do You Want To Make Those Eyes At Me For.
A young Amstell started performing on the comedy circuit when he was just 14 and later caught the eye of TV executives in 1998 after becoming the youngest ever finalist of the BBC New Comedy Awards. A short and somewhat chequered stint with Nickelodeon followed before he parted company with the children s channel and found himself much more at home as the cult co-host for Channel 4 s POPWORLD.
Following a series of critically acclaimed, sold out international tours, Simon Amstell begins his fifth stand up tour in the UK. What Is This? promises to be a deeply personal, funny exploration of beauty, intimacy, freedom, sex and love.
Familiar to TV audiences for his memorable comic creations such as Billy Bleach, Dave Angel and Competitive Dad in the phenomenally successful The Fast Show (BBC2), Simon is widely considered to be one of the UK's most talented character comedians and comedy actors.
Sleaford Mods have announced a new tour, finishing with their biggest show to date at the Roundhouse. The duo is back after a short hiatus following last year's breakthrough Key Markets album. Their third album was released in June 2015 to great critical acclaim and raised the band to more prominence than ever before, with them touching the Top Ten Album charts.
The Sons of Pitches, the multi-award winning British vocal group, and winners of BBC2's ?The Naked Choir', combine soaring solos, impeccable harmonies and sensational beatboxing to stunning effect.
One of Britain's finest composers and guitarists. A key member of the 'classic' Genesis line-up.
Fresh from appearances on 'Russell Howard's Stand Up Central' (Comedy Central), 'As Yet Untitled' (Dave) and a month of packed houses at the Edinburgh Fringe, Stuart Goldsmith presents a new hour of funny, not entirely about becoming a parent.??The host of the 'Comedian's Comedian Podcast' (over 6 million downloads) finally shakes off an invigoratingly misspent youth. Finding himself uprooted from his adoptive city and press-ganged into a pastoral existence by a cunning girl, Stu considers the big questions and wonders: how much compromise is too much?
Bitter-sweet folk singer with a pure voice.
As seen on Later with Jools Holland, Tom and his band (Sebastian Sternberg, Rosie Langley, Tobie Tripp and Beau Holland) effortlessly swap instruments to recreate the album's lush sound and poignant atmosphere.
Canadian by birth with an Irish mother and a Trinidadian father, Tony Law has something to say on almost everything to say on almost everything from retarded Nazis and street crime to the state of the British government and tractors!
In A Law Undo His-elf What Welcome, Tony Law is closer than ever to nonsense nirvana. Behold the comedy event horizon. Without a hint of a joke, this powerful show has achieved a sort of comedy which aims at making no sense at all and yet, and yet, and yet it means everything. Every dog damned thing ever. Science called and they want their goal back. Law has burst the net. You will feel sick with awe. You will barf with wonder.
It is the eve of the Battle of Marengo. Napoleon's army has caused chaos and disarray throughout all Italy. Against this background of political turmoil stands Floria Tosca, Rome's famous and most beautiful opera singer. To save her lover, Cavaradossi, she must sacrifice her virtue to the evil Baron Scarpia. Can the power of love and honour ever prevail against the forces of corruption and betrayal? Tosca is a moving and passionate exploration of personal freedom, the cost of ideals and the choices forced on us by love.
Sung in Italian with English surtitles
Glaswegian heavy rock.
Scottish rockers Twin Atlantic are set for UK domination with new album Great Divide (out August 18), stadium sized single Brothers and Sisters (out August 10th) and an unmissable UK tour this autumn. Known for their electric live shows, and having already played storming sets at festivals including Glastonbury, Radio 1 Big Weekend and T in The Park, Twin Atlantic embark on their biggest tour to date including a show at the Roundhouse. With the massive new single Brothers and Sisters ruling Radio 1, stadium support slots with Kings of Leon earlier this year and a set at Reading/Leeds still to come, 2014 is set to be conquered by Twin Atlantic.
Reggae band originally from Birmingham.
Remember 'I've Got a Brand New Combine 'arvester'? It's quite old now, and probably left rusting in a remote corner of a Somerset field. Still, The Wurzels are as good and bright as ever. Come along for an evening of fun and laughter.