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Suzi Ruffell
comedian nominated Chortle Best Breakthrough Act 2017 who takes a sideways look at the world with her tales of social ineptitude
Michael Vaughan
former English cricket captain who led the team to victory in the 2005 Ashes series and is now a respected commentator on the game
Genesis Connected
against all odds and in the air tonight, the living years turn it on again as another tribute outfit find themselves up on Solsbury Hill with a sledgehammer smashing their way through a few of the better known numbers from Genesis and their offspring
trio of Matthew Alpin, piano, drummer Steve Hanley and Tom Riviere on double bass whose central philosophy is that all music is related, outgrowths from the same seed, where passages of explorative beauty and space sit alongside energetic bursts of...
Sam Walker
Brighton-based multi–instrumentalist, songwriter, composer and performer once described by ZigZag as “a modern one man band full of hope, fury and joy”
St Agnes Fountain
since first getting together in 2001 as a quartet comprising Fairport Convention's Chris Leslie, 2009's BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards Best Duo Chris While and Julie Matthews, and founder David Hughes who has since left, the then quartet and now...
Plymouth-based four-piece covering rock from all ages
Devon Telemann Ensemble
comprising violinists Mary Eade, Anna Cockroft and Brenda Willoughby, Pam Canter on both recorder and harpsichord, Andrew Gillett viola, cellist Vicky Evans and Pat Butterly
Plymouth-based five-piece jazz, blues and swing covers band who claim to combine sassy vocals, sexy sax, virtuoso guitar and powerful bass and drums, guaranteeing to get you dancing!
Elvis McGonagall
Scottish poet known for his poetry slam performances, stand-up comedian, armchair revolutionary and recumbent rocker, who is supposedly the sole resident of The Graceland Caravan Park, somewhere in the middle of nowhere, where he scribbles verse...
Mark Gatiss
County Durham-born actor, comedian, screenwriter, director, producer and novelist whose work includes writing for and acting in the TV series Doctor Who, Sherlock, and Dracula
Dart Valley Stompers
six-piece jazz band formed by saxophonist Jeremy Huggett in 2005 to play New Orleans and traditional jazz
Laurence Knight
let’s dance with this vocalist, actor, multi-instrumentalist and David Bowie tribute act whose golden years are likely to take in life on Mars
Bob Fox
Northumberland-born folk guitarist and singer, specialising in traditional and contemporary songs of the north-east of England, in particular those of the coal mining communities
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