Performer list

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Abbey Brass
13-member brasss band combining players based in the West Country with others based in London and other musical “hubs”
Vicious Kitten
four-piece high energy female-fronted pop/rock covers band
Rob C Force
the frontman of the Plymouth four-piece C Force and a member of covers outfit The Wireless here as a solo
Gyles Brandreth
writer, broadcaster, actor, former Conservative Member of Parliament and Lord Commissioner of the Treasury, now Chancellor of the University of Chester and one of Britain's most sought-after award ceremony hosts and after-dinner speakers
The Rubettes
pop band originally put together by John Richardson after ‘Sugar Baby Love’, a song recorded by some session musicians assembled for the purpose, charted and which now tours in two guises, one led by Bill Hurd, the other by Alan Williams
Ed Jones
Jazz saxophonist and composer who has been based in London for over 25 years and who during that time has appeared with his eponymous quartet, Killer Shrimp and Bad Ash amongst many others
Stillhouse Junkies
Colorado trio playing, we are told, a delirious, head-spinning mixture of original roots, blues, funk, swing and bluegrass music
Sir Ranulph Fiennes
the Eton-educated writer, former soldier and explorer goes on a personal journey through his life, from his early years to the present day
Whisky Falls
indie-rock trio from Saltash comprising former members of Crossfire Mark and Andy on guitar and drums respectively, along with Graham on bass
The Penguins
local four-piece together since 2006 offering a changing selection of well-known rock and blues covers together with a few originals
Joe Foweraker
the Emeritus Fellow of St. Antony's College, University of Oxford, an Honorary Professor at the University of Exeter, and a leading speaker and writer on the democratic systems of Latin America
Pete Oxley & Nicholas Meier
Jeff Beck group mainstay Meier combines with fellow guitarist Oxley to play a mostly acoustic set that will include Turkish influenced music, ballads incorporating lines from Django Reinhardt and Pat Metheny, breezy Latin numbers and blues
The Australian Pink Floyd Show
first set their controls for the heart of the sun back in Adelaide in 1988 but still continuing to put yet another brick in the wall
Bilal Zafar
stand-up, writer and actor who has appeared on BBC3, Channel 4, Channel 5, BBC iPlayer, BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 5 Live, BBC Asian Network and has written for The Independent and the Guardian
Morgan Rees
softly spoken Welsh comedian offering up an arsenal of one-liners and hilarious short stories who was previously a runner-up in So You Think You’re Funny in 2017 and a finalist in Chortle Student Comedy Awards