SHOWS AND TICKETS
- Stand-Up Comedy
AND reset dates
Formed in 1988 in their home town of Toronto, Canada, their first album 'Gordon', sold over 5000,000 copies in Canada, outselling artists such as U2 and Michael Jackson. For a time they were even nicknamed the 'Canadian Housemartins', after the UK's own melodic, humorous popsters.
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.
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.
From The Jam often have several concurrent tours - you can usually check which from the ticket suppliers links.
Heather Small, the biggest voice, and biggest haircut, in pop. Most famous for being the voice of Manchester based band M People, she has also enjoyed a successful solo career.
In 2005, Heather's solo single Proud became the official soundtrack for London's 2012 Olympic bid
The smash hit show returns authentically recreating the sublime harmonies, slick moves, stylish looks and legendary musicianship that were the making of Motown.
Baby Love - 50 Years of No1 UK Hits Tour. Featuring more chart toppers than ever before, with the music of the Four Tops, Supremes, Temptations, Jackson 5, Isley Brothers, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Diana Ross and Lionel Richie, the show marks the official arrival of Motown style, sophistication and musical brilliance to these shores.
Tribute band to The Beatles.
The band's achievements have reached incredible heights with their groundbreaking fusion of traditional Scottish music and rock/pop anthems which they proudly call 'Bagrock' This performance will feature the full majesty of the Chillis with their expanded lineup including brass and dancers.
Bagpipes with attitude, drums with a Scottish accent and a show so fierce it should carry a government health warning! From a cameo appearance at T in the Park in 2004 with The Darkness to opening the main stage in their own right in 2014, the past ten years have seen The Red Hot Chilli Pipers become the most famous bagpipe band on the planet - ever!
Tribute band bringing the best Fleetwood Mac classics.
Musical Theatre Salisbury will be performing A Song To Sing, which will cover songs from G&S, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Stephen Sondheim through to the latest Broadway musicals. This show will feature well known songs from Les Mis, Pirates of Penzanze, Matilda and many more well-known musicals that will make you laugh and cry. Also included will be dance performances to some of the best songs from the best known musicals. Why head to the West End when you can see your local musical theatre group at Salisbury Art Centre?
Stacey Kent, 'Vocalist of the Year' at the 1999 British Jazz Awards is now well on her way to being the next 'first lady of song'. A star ascendant, a singing sensation of the new millennium, Stacey's voice conjures up images of a young Ella Fitzgerald with a smattering of Billie Holiday thrown in.
An exploration of trans violence and our image obsessed culture, told through clowning, animation and spoken word. Too Pretty To Punch is a one person celebration of international trans visibility and self-acceptance; a mix of clown, mime, music, spoken word and video projection focusing on society's obsession with trans bodies, judging our acceptability on how attractive we are and the horrifically high rates of trans homicide and suicide around the world, swinging violently between light hearted comedy cabaret and dark humour.