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The UK's No. 1 Blondie tribute!
The Clone Roses are now regarded by many as the UK's no 1 Stone Roses tribute.
Lucy Porter is one of the UK's best loved live stand-up comedians. Her TV appearances include Mock the Week, Never Mind the Buzzcocks and Have I Got News For You. She is a firm favourite on BBC Radio 4 and has toured internationally to places such as Cape Town, Las Vegas and Hong Kong.
An intimate evening with Only Fools and Horses actor John Challis. Enjoy an intimate evening with John Challis, one of the nation's greatest comedy actors, best known as Boycie in BBC1's Only Fools and Horses. In this one-off show the national treasure will reveal secrets from the set with stories and anecdotes from his dazzling career. Having worked with some of the biggest names in show business, he'll be spilling the beans about Only Fools and Horses co-stars like Sir David Jason and Nicholas Lyndhurst and friends and fellow performers like The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Oliver Reed, George Best. He'll also recall tales from his time in Dr Who, Coronation Street and other TV classics.
No introduction needed. Star of Lee and Herring's Fist of Fun and This Morning with Richard Not Judy, writer of Al Murray's Time Gentlemen Please, Richard Herring is simply brilliant - a comedy genius.
Richard Herring gets to half a century (against all odds) and looks at how his life has changed in the last decade. Following on from his 'Oh F*** I'm 40' show this is the second (and let's face it, almost certainly penultimate) installment in Herring's once-a-decade examination of ageing.
This year travel deep into the forest and re-live the magic of the story of Robin Hood and his Merrie Men in their fight against the devious Sheriff of Nottingham and his evil henchman Guy of Gisbourne with Tyger Productions amazing new pantomime. This is our fifth pantomime and every one so far has been a sell out so book your tickets early. Producer Rowena Davies explains "We have all the ingredients of a traditional seasonal pantomime filled with thrills, spills and mayhem. At the heart of it all there is Robin himself, who sets out on a great adventure to right wrongs, to win the heart of his beloved Maid Marian despite the best efforts of the Dame to keep them apart, and to thwart the Sheriff's deceitful plans.
Songwriter, vocalist and occasional newspaper columnist Shaun Ryder is perhaps best known for being the lead singer of both the Happy Mondays and Black Grape and more recently for being the runner up of the 2010 British reality TV show I’m a Celebrity - Get Me Out of Here!
Dragunda, the meanest and mightiest magician in the world, is looking to rule the universe but to do so must obtain three different feathers from three different birds on three mystical islands. However, only someone honest, pure and true can undertake such a task which is where our hero Sinbad comes in. Dragunda kidnaps Princess Yasmin and will only release her when Sinbad has captured all three feathers. Along the way Sinbad, his mum Mrs Sinbad, Cap'n Pugh and his crew (who bear more than a passing resemblance to the Teletubbies) encounter adventures on the Isle of Juven, No Man's Land and Oomagoolee Island. Come along and join the Crown Players for frolics, fun and loads of Beatles songs. This is a panto for all of the family to enjoy.
An expert at being himself, stand-up comedian Stephen K Amos is supremely warm and wickedly funny, with an ability to charm onlookers right into the palm of his hand. He creates weird and wonderful connections within his audience who are drawn into his own personal world and thoughts.
Brexit. Trump. No more Mary Berry on the Great British Bake Off. Things are looking bleak, so wouldn't it be better to just forget all about it? Comic maestro Stephen K Amos might not be able to provide bread to the hungry masses, but no one else is going to put on a better circus. Leave your problems behind for the evening in the company of the ?effusively charming' Amos and who knows? Maybe the world will seem just a little bit brighter. After all, when Ancient Rome needed to distract itself from politics, a few solutions were suggested, but none hit the spot quite like the simple idea of giving the people cheap food and plentiful entertainment - 'panem et circenses' or 'bread and circuses'. Our circuses might no longer involve gladiator fights to the death, but the same principle applies. Modern politics is a confusing mess, so no one can blame you for giving it a miss in favour of a night of laughs.
Totally authentic, the look, the sound is The Fab Four.
The show is full of the familiar harmonies, well demonstrated with Nowhere Man and Don't Let Me Down, together with moving renditions of Yesterday and Let It Be, a great version of Here Comes The Sun and a fine performance of Blackbird. It features plenty of the "fun" songs too, including When I'm 64 and Ob-La-Di-Ob-La-Da through to the Abbey road years when the band had stopped touring because their creations were too complex to perform on stage. The show includes film of the early days from 1957 and that famous show at Shea Stadium not just the music. This group have done their homework and live the music and showmanship of The Beatles, with the mannerisms and vocals being spot on.
A Tribute to Led Zeppelin.
After touring with the likes of Deep Purple, Joe Bonamassa, The John Butler Trio and Status Quo, the band's single reached number 2 in the UK blues charts on downloads alone, without any label backing. They are renowned for creating a huge sound, incorporating eclectic grooves from world music to heavy rock, using unusual combinations of instrumentation such as tongue drum, djembe, lap steel guitar and double bass they push the boundaries of what is expected of a modern three piece.