Performer list

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Jethro
distinctive and long-standing comedian living in Lewdown on the border between Devon and Cornwall here to regale you with tales from his wide-ranging repertoire
The Kingsmen
barbershop harmony chorus formed in September 1991 by musical director Roy Hann who rehearse in the Evangelical Church, Fore Street, Kingsbridge
Afterglow
Genesis tribute outfit disregarding the time of Gabriel with the focus instead on the Phil Collins era
Mark Fraser
Salcombe storyteller who writes and creates his own stories as well as adapting classic folk tales and songs, and who is sometimes to be seen and heard as Jason Cracker at festivals such as Glastonbury, Beautiful Days and the Cambridge Folk Festival
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
Tim Vine
comedian with some of the best one-liners in the business
Mother Vulture
Bristol-based blues punk four-piece fronted by vocalist Georgi Valentine supposedly influenced by the likes of Wolfmother, Mastadon, Moriarty and System of a Down
The Specials
seminal Coventry 2 Tone and ska revival band who had considerable chart success in the late 70s and early 80s, but now without both one-time main man Jerry Dammers and the likes of Neville Staple
Gary Delaney
Solihull-born stand-up specialising in one-liners who is married to Sarah Millican
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
Opium
self-proclaimed hi-energy covers duo incorporating rock and pop from the late 70's to the present day
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
Yungblud
stage name of Doncaster-born singer, songwriter and actor Dominic Richard Harrison
Roy G Hemmings
vocalist who first came to public notice in the mid 1970s with the J.A.L.N Band and who also sang for 12 years with one of the many incarnations of The Drifters
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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