Beirut-born television comedian and columnist, best known as the star of Trigger Happy TV, a hidden camera show that has sold to over eighty countries worldwide
Grimsby-born Chelsea-supporting professional dancer best-known for his appearances on Strictly and winning the Glitterball trophy in 2018 with his partner Stacey Dooley
ensemble specialising in renaissance and baroque music and new music for old instruments, led by cornettist Gawain Glenton with Emily White playing vioin and trombone, Richard Boothby viols, violinist Bojan Cicic and Silas Wollston on organ and...
Baroque quartet of Fatima Lahham, Elin White, Florence Petit and Johan Löfving who met at the Royal College of Music in London and have been making music together since March 2017
Southend-born emo-folk musician who performs under the stage name of Get Cape, Wear Cape, Fly, a name he adopted from an article about superhero games such as Batman published in Retro Gamer magazine, and who has also released music as Recreations
Exeter-based R&B four-piece promising to “take you on a journey from raw emotion to rockin’ good times, with an eclectic mix of hidden gems”
patternmaker and textile printer pioneering the revival of ancient craft techniques like natural dyeing and block printing that make no use of harsh chemicals and are also zero waste
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
Devon-based storyteller telling traditional and modern stories of all kinds with a particular interest in stories about nature and our relationship with the land
the Waterford-born singer and songwriter for whom nothing rhymed in the 1970’s when he was alone again, naturally, with Clair and no matter how he tried, very much top of the pops!
historian and author who is also Chief Curator at Historic Royal Palaces but is perhaps best known as a presenter of BBC Television series on historical topics
Sufi Music Group from Karachi tracing their ancestry back to the 13th-century who are today considered the leading singers of the Sufi Qawwali tradition
born Thomas John Woodward in Pontypridd, South Wales, in 1940, the singer first found fame during the mid-1960s scoring hits with songs such as ‘It’s Not Unusual’ and ‘Delilah’ before going on to enjoy considerable success in the United States and...
Torquay DJs Loadz, a member of the Torbay Mods Scooter Club, and Lady Jade, who like to play retro soul, mod, ska, 2-tone, 60's beat and 70's funk