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Winners of the prestigious BBC Radio 2 folk award for Best Live Act 2005, Bellowhead are a dynamic band, combining traditional skills.
After 12 amazing years, the UK's most successful folk band Bellowhead are calling it a day. The band plan to mark their departure in characteristically ambitious style and have announced a two-part farewell tour in November 2015 and April 2016. Their final show on May Day, 1st May 2016, will be an intimate concert at Oxford Town Hall, the very same venue where it all began.
Acknowledged by critics and peers as one of the best vocalists the UK has produced, her achievements include triple Mobo winner and double Brit and Mercury award nominee.
The new tour will feature Beverley's biggest hits from over the years and material from her forthcoming album as well as numbers from the West End shows she has starred in. In 2013 Knight made her West End debut as Rachel Marron in The Bodyguard (Adelphi) to tremendous acclaim. The following year she originated the role of Felicia Farrell in the West End production of Memphis The Musical (Shaftesbury) and received an Olivier Award nomination for her performance.
This raucous live tribute show is back with a bang, with brand new material for Jake and Elwood direct from Judith Belushi at Blues Brothers Approved Ventures. Backed by the tightest rhythm and blues band in the city, THE BLUES BROTHERS tear through the best in American blues, soul and rock 'n' roll classics, including Gimme Some Lovin', Think, Soul Man, Minnie The Moocher and Jailhouse Rock.
30 Million Minutes will consist of various delights and riches, with the odd irksome tribulation thrown in, as Dawn, on her first ever solo tour, takes audiences through the various lessons life has taught her, and the things she knows for sure.
From Channel 4's Derren Brown Mind Control. Not suitable for under 12s
Miracle has a more philosophical flavour and invites audiences to look at ways of thinking that might make us all happier.
Some of the most incredible illusionists on earth enact mind bending acts of magic and Illusion, many of which have never been seen before. Each Illusionist is a master in their own field. With an assembled cast of 20 sidekicks, they will perform a powerful mix of their most outrageous and unbelievable acts. Collectively, these performers have been seen by millions of people around the World and this production showcases their incredible talents together on stage for the very first time.
Joe Jackson will be taking a new seven-piece band on the road; he will perform two sets over at least two hours with no opening act, and will draw heavily on "Night And Day" and its new sequel "Night And Day II", as well as other material from the whole of his career. Joe joined a violin class (aged 11) in order to escape from school sports, and soon fell in love with music. He switched to piano and started to compose. His teenage musical hero was Beethoven, but he also loved jazz and rock, and by age 16 he was playing piano gigs. He also won a scholarship to study Composition at London's Royal Academy of Music. Joe was signed in 1978; The Joe Jackson Band were wildly successful and toured constantly for three years, getting up to all the usual mischief. After the break up of that band, Jackson recorded and toured, releasing "Night And Day" (1982), "Body And Soul" (1984), "Big World" (1986) and "Blaze Of Glory" (1989). He also started to diversify into other areas, notably film scores: of which "Mike's Murder" (1983) and Francis Ford Coppola's "Tucker" (1988).
Joe Stilgoe is a serious musician having fun. His parents, both professional musicians, encouraged him to practise and it's now paying off as he draws comparisons with singer/pianists such as Nat King Cole, Harry Connick Jr, Buddy Greco and Jamie Cullum. His singing, piano playing and sense of humour have made him a regular at the UK's top jazz clubs including Ronnie Scotts, where he regularly plays with his dynamic trio.
Include music from shows including Hello Dolly, La Cage Aux Folles and Gypsy and is the inaugural performance for the newly formed Alex Parker Theatre Company.
Singer, best known for winning the title role in the 2007 West End revival of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat through the BBC reality TV casting show Any Dream Will Do.
Leona Louise Lewis (born 1985) is a British singer who rose to fame as the first female top win X-Factor after winning the third series. Leona Lewis has gone on to become a multi-platinum selling artist and three time Grammy Award nominee. As well as one of the most breathtaking voices in music, concert-goers can expect a stunning state of the art stage with visual effects and an incredible live band. No stranger to performing live, Leona has given countless performances around the world at some of the most prestigious events, including Nelson Mandela's 90th birthday concert in Hyde Park and representing Great Britain at the closing ceremony of the Beijing Olympics.
A festival evening of live music
Leading Israeli singer, songwriter and percussionist.
Legendary Sheffield-born singer, songwriter and former frontman of Ace, Squeeze and Mike & The Mechanics.
There are few artists quite as diversely or dynamically talented as the man born Prince Rogers Nelson, known to the world as Prince or 'The Artist Formally Known As Prince'. A shape shifting chameleon of fashion, a multi instrumentalist of the highest order, Prince has had a hand in some the biggest hits of the 20th century, from the irrepressibly funky, 1999 and Little Red Corvette to the much covered When Doves Cry as well composing the original Nothing Compares 2 U for The Family in 1980 before it became a global phenomenon when Sinead O'Connor released it ten years later in 1990.
Project Juno is a one woman show about Helen Sharman's remarkable story of becoming the first Briton in Space. Sheffield born, Helen was driving home from work and heard a competition announced on her car stereo: Astronaut wanted: no experience necessary. A life changing moment.
In his solo concerts, Roger brings to life the songs that have become the soundtrack of our lives and gives the legendary voice and purest sound of the original anthem hits such as Give a Little Bit, the Logical Song, Take the Long Way Home, Dreamer, School , Breakfast in America, and many others.
On 25 January 1996, the day of the first preview of RENT Off-Broadway, its composer Jonathan Larson died unexpectedly at the age of 35. Tragically he would never live to see the impact his work would have, not only on the face of musical theatre but also on a generation of young artists and performers. Nor would he get to hold the numerous awards he posthumously received. 20 years to the day, Seasons Of Larson will explore how Larson become a voice for a new generation on the stage, and celebrate his musical legacy that continues to resonate with people all over the world.
The music of Pink Floyd but played by a symphonic orchestra.