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Chapter 12 Comedy Club
bi-monthly comedy night promising the best up and coming talent at a stunning venue with a friendly atmosphere for a hilarious night out
Go Tell Alice
covers and original material from Newton Abbot guitar/sax duo Steve and Lizzie, whose musical influences range from Madness to John Martyn, and from Miles Davis to Mumford and Sons
The Carlton Big Band
some 12 musicians play jazz, swing, Latin, and classic pop numbers with music from Glen Miller to Van Morrison
Edward Tresloggett
previously one half of Plymouth-based acoustic duo The Dappers here plays covers of the likes of Robert Johnson, Bob Marley and the Beatles along with some original material
Gimme Abba
ring ring I have a dream the super trouper will be a dancing queen and the name of the game Fernando, knowing me knowing you, is money money money
The Carrivick Sisters
South Devon twins Laura and Charlotte play Bluegrass and folk on guitar, mandolin, fiddle, dobro, and clawhammer banjo
Merry Hell
promising a joyous folk-rock explosion of melody, commitment and energy with a punk attitude and indie ethos but, above all, songs that will stay with you long after listening.
yndi halda
Canterbury post-rockers whose name is Old Norse for "Enjoy Eternal Bliss”, and whose music is characterised by expansive, cinematic pieces that have been compared to post-rock and modern classical genres
New Orleans Heat
seven-piece band led by pianist Barry Grummett playing the old style New Orleans jazz, be it a stomp, blues, hymn, spiritual or pop song of those days
Felicity Goodall
freelance writer and author who, as well as giving talks to groups such as the Devonshire Association, U3A, Devon Archives and a number of local history groups, has also written, produced and occasionally performed in several pantomimes for the Malborough Amateur Dramatic group
John Westlake
plays music for Ballroom and Social Dancing on his Roland E80 keyboard
3 Daft Monkeys
Cornish indie folk band currently exploring the mysterious world of Cornish tales and superstitions, both ancient and modern
Brit Floyd tribute band
tribute band searching for a saucerful of secrets and trying to place another brick in the wall beneath the dark side of the moon
Women In Rock
singers Emily Clarke, Jennifer Greene and Raven Silvers front a five-piece band and work their way through songs first made famous by the likes of Heart, Pat Benatar, Joan Jett, Cher, Stevie Nicks, Blondie, Evanescence, Bonnie Tyler, Suzi Quatro, Pink and others
Oh My God! It’s The Church
raucous interactive party experience and parody of a Deep South Pentecostal church service serving up some soul, Motown and disco tunes, fronted by pastor 'Michael Alabama Jackson’ with the help of three choirgirls and an organ player

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