Performer list

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Sally Can Wait
Newton Abbot-based four-piece covers outfit fronted by Megan Jane Beadman who were formerly known as The Usual Suspects playing covers of the likes of Oasis, Pulp, Blur, Reef and Greenday
Louise Jordan
Salisbury-based songwriter and performer on both guitar and keyboards with a Masters in Human Rights and ten years’ experience of touring both the United Kingdom and Europe
Liz Coxon and John Forte
amateur chamber orchestra formed in May 2019 by two friends, violinists John Forte and and Liz Coxon, who are also both members of the Torbay Symphony Orchestra and The Chemistry Quartet
Viva La Coldplay
Coldplay tribute outfit of Chris, Paul, Shaun and Mark, collectively hailing from Liverpool and Manchester, who claim they can adapt from large outdoor arena venues to local pubs, clubs, theatres and private functions
James Harris’ Beatbelt
Dartmouth saxophonist Harris plus Martin Jenkins on keyboards, Jim Rintoul on bass and drummer Rick Byer playing some funk, jazz and nu-jazz
Jay Burleigh
Falmouth-based singer, songwriter and musician performing popular covers from the 50's till now along with what he describes as ‘catchy originals using loop pedals and percussion!’
University of Plymouth Big Band
a non-auditioned musical society within the University of Plymouth Student Union whose members are either students or staff at the University and who play big band jazz and swing
Alan Johnson
former postman, union leader, Labour Home Secretary and Shadow Chancellor who led the Labour campaign for Remain in the 2016 Referendum and who has since been a regular on This Week with Michael Portillo and Andrew Neil
Nine Pound Catfish
trio led by Ian Gardner playing footstompin’ good-time ragtime blues and old country music
Down for the Count
mini big band bringing the sounds of the Swing Era back to life playing classic tunes from the likes of Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong and Glenn Miller
Everything Changes
another Robbie Williams and Take That tribute outfit featuring vocalists Tom McLeod, Dean Betton, Benjamin Bellushi and Jordan Walker Smith along with some dancers and a live band
The Suitcase Junket
the stage name of Amherst, Massachusetts-based singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Matt Lorenz, who has made music under the name of The Suitcase Junket since 2009
You Win Again
tribute show featuring three vocalists, four musicians and some dancers work their way through the Bee Gees songbook
Hannah Brackenbury
Brighton-based comedy songwriter and performer who writes original comedy songs as well as clever song parodies and who was winner of ‘Best Show’ at the Funny Women Awards 2019
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