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Scottish singer-songwriter Stewart performs his multi-million-selling album, Year of the Cat, almost 40 years after its release. Stewart was a key figure in the British folk revival of the 1960s and 1970s, played the first ever Glastonbury Festival in 1970, performed alongside Cat Stevens, Bert Jansch and Van Morrison, and shared a flat with Paul Simon. On Year of the Cat, "Stewart tackles prog-rock lyrical themes with a musical approach that comes off as adventurous without being pretentious, mysterious without being melodramatic. And, once upon a time, accessible enough to become radio hits," says Paste Magazine.
Meet Britain's hottest young acrobats, Barely Methodical Troupe. This exceptionally skilled all-male trio won a Total Theatre Award at the 2014 Edinburgh Festival for their outstanding debut Bromance, and it's easy to see why. A thrilling show, it wittily celebrates all things blokey through a series of heroic, risk-taking physical feats. With an inventive mix of flawlessly-timed acrobatics, shoulder-high balances and a stunning routine inside a spinning metal wheel the lads explore male companionship and its limits. Playful and touching, this jaw-dropping show takes British circus to new heights. Barely Methodical Troupe are outlandishly talented; Bromance, their award-winning show, is unmissable!
Caro Emerald is set to dazzle Britain with her polished fusion of pop, jazz and swing.
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.
Featuring Eliza Carthy & Friends Contemporary alternative folk music inspired by Hull's Waterson Family. An evening of contemporary folk music celebrating the legacy of Waterson: Carthy. BBC Radio 3 takes up residence at Hull Truck Theatre for a three-day 'uproot' festival of ground-breaking world music. Reflecting on the city's rich folk and roots heritage, the festival will feature a series of live concerts that celebrate the musicianship of both hull-based and international artists. In addition, there will be a chance to be part of the Radio 3 family as some of the station's best known programmes come to the city.
Levison James Wood is a British Army officer and explorer. He is best known for his extended walking expeditions in Africa and Asia.
Maia are a 4 piece alternative, acoustic band playing all sorts of disco sci-fi folk pop on ukulele, cajon, trumpet, banjo, mandolin or whatever else is lying around.
Rob Heron and the Tea Pad Orchestra are one of the hardest working bands in the UK roots circuit and with thousands of touring miles under their belts, they have earned themselves a sizeable fan base in the UK, Europe and beyond. Based in Newcastle Upon Tyne, they play their own brand of Western Swing, Blues, Gypsy Jazz and Country, or "North Eastern Swing" as they've coined it.