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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.
Eighties super group.
Chorus! is a special event for people who are new to opera, created and performed by Welsh National Opera. If you have always wondered what opera is like but have never had the chance to go (or wondered where to start!) Chorus! is for you.
New Production. 'Chorus!' is an extravaganza featuring some of the greatest moments in opera, a fully staged show which puts the exceptional WNO Chorus centre stage alongside soprano Lesley Garrett. It's an opportunity to delight in some of opera's best loved scenes as well as to discover exceptional music you may not have experienced before.
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!
David Gray has 3 UK No.1 albums and has been twice winner of the prestigious Ivor Novello Award - in 2001 for his breakthrough single ?Babylon' and again in 2003 for the single ?The Other Side'. David has also won a GQ Award for Best Solo Artist (2002), a Q Award for Best Single (2001) and nominated twice for Best Male (2001/2003) at the Brit Awards, alongside a Grammy Nomination for Best New Artist (2002).
This five-piece cordially invite their listeners to Grandomina, the fictional world they chronicle in their music, providing what Rock Sound describes as: ?an instant antidote to everything predictable and mundane,' in the process.
The Johnny Cash Roadshow celebrates the music of one of America s greatest music performers, delivering an energetic and entertaining show for all to enjoy, whether you re a Johnny Cash fan or not.
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.
Michael Ball is a dynamic star of the West End and Broadway, multi-platinum recording artist, charismatic radio and television presenter and one of the UK's top live concert artists.
Moulettes' entrancing combination of strings and the celestial; wind and weirdness; rhythm and murder has lead to comparisons with the the Unthanks, Tom Waits and Shostakovitch. But, they have a sound and presence all of their own. Enter Moulettes' universe. You won't be disappointed.
Vanessa will be performing readings of her favourite poetry in aid of SWVG (Southampton and Winchester Visitors' Group) which befriends destitute asylum seekers. Performing alongside her will be her daughter-in-law: actor and singer Jennifer Wiltsie, and acclaimed guitarist Mike Outram.
Lighthearted, musically intelligent and funny Ukulele Orchestra.
Running time: 110 mins (approx)