acclaimed pianist and former Dartington Primary pupil who was spotted by Yehudi Menuhin playing the piano at the age of six
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
novelist, documentary film-maker, television producer and playwright who is also Commissioning Editor, Arts at BBC Radio 4, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and a visiting professor at Bath Spa University.
South Shields born stand-up and former civil servant who in 2008 won the award for Best Newcomer at the Edinburgh Festival telling tales about divorcing her first husband
tribute show in which two vocalists work their way through songs first made famous by both Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers
Bishopsteignton-based purveyors of traditional and contemporary folk song, mixing traditional ceilidh music and folk rock music
South Devon duo of Tricia Moore and John Connor playing traditional and contemporary acoustic music
Plymouth-based Dark Folk/Americana band consisting primarily of husband and wife Darren and Sally Long but often to be seen with local luthier John Maddock, a mandolin and banjo player
four-member folk-rock band from the shires of Cornwall and the Rame Peninsula who promise “a new and unique sound incorporating an eclectic blend of traditional and contemporary folk influences”
born in South London and an acknowledged expert on West Country folk songs who has been performing now for over 40 years
based in Madrid but hailing from Ireland, the US and the UK, Garrett Wall, Robbie K Jones, Howard Brown and Dave Mooney take their name from the NYC subway maintenance teams and allegedly play “sun-shiny songs thriving on dark themes behind...
featuring the singers Blythe Pepino, Kit Hawes, Pete Josef and Sam Brookes and a rhythm section of John Blakeley and Jon Short, who collectively have joined together to celebrate the music of John Martin
50-member a-cappella choir, founded and led by Helen Yeomans, who writes or arranges all of their songs
Birmingham-based musicians Joe Broughton, Paloma Trigás, Tom Chapman and Dan Walsh draw on Celtic dance forms and traditional song “to craft a knockout show of globally–influenced, electrifying acoustic music”