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commercially successful Irish boy band who first formed in 1998 in Sligo, disbanded in 2012 and reunited in 2018, and who were originally signed by Simon Cowell in the UK, Clive Davis in the US and managed by Louis Walsh and Sonny Takhar
John Bishop
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
Joanna MacGregor
concert pianist, conductor, composer, head of piano at the Royal Academy of Music and a professor of London University
Vincent Dance Theatre
artistic director and choreographer Charlotte Vincent, together with her cross-generational ensemble, have been ‘moving people and making them think’ since 1994
Hearing Aid Beige
Totnes duo of Simon Hampshire and Tommy Williams whose music supposedly ranges from Brian Wilson-esque confessionals with kaleidoscopic nods to the past, to laid back indie pop influenced by the likes of Mac Demarco and Andy Shauf
Suzi Ruffell
comedian nominated Chortle Best Breakthrough Act 2017 who takes a sideways look at the world with her tales of social ineptitude
John McCullough
Brighton-based poet whose interests include queer culture, Doctor Who and most things to do with Japan, and who teaches creative writing courses at the University of Brighton, the Arvon Foundation and New Writing South
Davis Lindley Mullan
trio of Andrew Cresswell Davis guitar, ukelele and vocals, Clare Lindley violin, guitar, ukelele and vocals and Brian Mullan cello and vocals
Joanna Cooke
Plymouth singer/songwriter who numbers amongt her influences Aretha Franklin, Etta James, Ella Fitzgerald and Adele
Ben Ottewell
Chesterfield-born, Derbyshire-raised and Brighton-resident singer-songwriter, member of indie-rockers Gomez and a Mercury Prize winner, whose music can now best be categorised as Americana
The Zoots
Wiltshire-based 60’s covers outfit featuring featuring Jamie Goddard, Harriet Loather, Ian Bostic, Adam Woodhouse and Tommy Lloyd
The Hot House Combo
sister band of the Hot House Four, performing as either a three-, four- or five-piece, and playing the swingier/jazzier sounds of the '30s and '40s
Matt Carter
pianist Matt Carter has gathered seven of the finest young musicians from The Royal Academy of Music and The Guildhall School of Music and Drama including Alex Ridout, the BBC Young Jazz Musician of the Year in 2016, to play classic swinging...
The Collati Singers
Buckfastleigh-based chamber choir specialising in unaccompanied music from the Renaissance and twentieth centuries, conducted by Trefor Farrow
Bristol-based purveyors of Balkan jazz-folk mayhem with links to the now defunct Dartington College of Arts