covers and originals from Torquay classic rock trio of guitarist and vocalist Dan Hughes, bassist and backing vocalist Nathan Hughes and drummer Sam McIver
vocalist covering the songs of Richard and Karen Carpenter here with a backing band in a show entitled 'The Carpenters Experience'
Devon-based independent choreographer and performer who has danced for such choreographers as Wayne McGregor, Charles Linehan, Wendy Houstoun and Deborah Hay
anyone who had a heart would surely know there’s always something there to remind me of those magic moments as raindrops keep falling on my head while three vocalists an eight-piece the band work their way through the Burt Bacharach songbook
Devon-based songwriter and singer who studied at Dartington College of Arts and who proclaims a deep connection to the land
talented Georgia-born and Cambridge-based singer/songwriter walking the line between Americana and the blues
Liverpool-born observational stand-up, former semi-professional footballer who played for both Hyde and Southport and a one-time rep for a pharmaceutical company, here to tell some tales
London-based singer and X-Factor contestant who also performs under the name Shan Smile, here as a Whitney Houston tribute, no doubt proclaiming I will always love you
Hull-based instrumental duo of Sam Pirt and Gary Hammond mixing global rhythms with folk tunes from Quebec to Spain, Scandinavia to Sussex and everywhere in between
George Michael tribute act and a face still familiar to many South Western Railway passengers
chamber ensemble first founded in 1949 by Harry Blech to perform the works of Mozart and Haydn
indie-rock combo comprising Luke Pritchard, Hugh Harris and Alexis Nunez first formed in Brighton in 2004 and who took their name from the David Bowie song with the same title
electronic music group of guitarist, singer and keyboard player Joseph Mount, Oscar Cash on saxophone, backing vocals, guitars and keyboards, drummer Anna Prior and Gbenga Adelekan on bass, and known for performing with push lights stuck to their...