Performer list

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Romesh Ranganathan
observational stand-up and actor of Sri Lankan descent who comes from Crawley, appears in HSBC commercials, and includes Ricky Gervais amongst his comedy heroes
The Aronowitz Trio
violinist Magnus Johnston and his cellist brother Guy combine with pianist Tom Poster and have been performing together since they were in their early 20s
Alison Pearce
distinguished soprano soloist in opera, oratorio and recital, appearing with the world’s leading conductors and orchestras at major venues and festivals as well as broadcasting for radio and television in many countries
Deacon Blue
Glasgow-based indie rockers fronted by Ricky Ross active now on and off for more than three decades and best known for the song Real Gone Kid
The Wild Murphys
led by Middi and considered by some to be the best Irish group never to come from Ireland with their own versions of classic and well known Irish songs by the likes of The Pogues, The Dubliners, The Saw Doctors, Flogging Molly, The Dropkick Murphys...
Billy Ocean
when the going gets tough, Caribbean Queen, and if love really hurts without you, get outta my dreams, get into my car, and take a trip back to the 1980s
The Diamond Geezers
six-piece Plymouth combo whose set list covers numbers from such as the Doobie Brothers and Steely Dan to The Cult and the Manic Street Preachers
John Horler
jazz pianist and composer who studied at the Royal Academy of Music who has previously worked closely with Pete King, Tommy Whittle, Tony Coe, Johnny Dankworth and Cleo Lane
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
Vicious Kitten
four-piece high energy female-fronted pop/rock covers band
Seth Lakeman
Dartmoor singer, songwriter, fiddler and sometime guitarist of no little talent and popularity
Dan Snow
historian, TV presenter and the youngest son of BBC television journalist Peter Snow and a great-great-grandson of British Prime Minister David Lloyd George who is of the belief that “history is the most exciting thing that has ever happened to...
Tom Stade
Canadian comedian now to be found living in Edinburgh and co-writer and co-star of Frankie Boyle’s Channel 4 series Tramadol Nights
Joe Pasquale
comedian, actor, personality, Dancing On Ice contestant and I’m A Celebrity winner here doing his thing
Jim Mullen
legendary Glasgow-born jazz guitarist once part of Morrissey-Mullen with Dick Morrissey, who has also played with Kokomo and the Average White Band