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4tissimo String Quartet
Devon-based string quartet claiming to bridge the gap between classical music and pop with their “exciting and innovative arrangements” and who, in 2015, played for Peter Andre at his wedding
Tamar Valley Male Voice Choir
now more than ten years old and with up to 40 choristers under the musical direction of Rosemary Cole
Primitive Noise Band
five-piece fronted by vocalist Becky Brine promising good time, hip shakin’, vintage rhythm & blues
Tina May
Gloucester-based jazz singer who has also appeared in comedy revues with Rory Bremner
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
Fleetwood Bac
another Fleetwood Mac tribute band, should you like that kind of thing, who rumour suggests might be quite good
Luke Hingley
Torquay-based Michael Bublé tribute act
Cup O’Joe
Armagh bluegrass trio of brothers Rueben and Benjamin Agnew and their sister Tabitha with an added mix of folk, jazz, gypsy, old time and Swing, and who were finalists in the BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Awards 2015
Deborah Frances-White
Edinburgh Fringe regular Deborah Frances-White, 2016 Writers’ Guild Award Winner for Best Radio Comedy, and her guests bring her podcast The Guilty Feminist to the stage, covering a breadth of topics from promiscuity to porn, periods to paradoxes
Velvet & Stone
acclaimed Exeter-based indie folk four-piece comprising Lara Snowdon, Kathryn Tremlett, Barry Muir and Roger Styles
Murray A Lightburn
Montreal-based composer, musician, performer and music produce, best known as the lead singer and principal songwriter of Montreal chamber rock band The Dears
Mike Wilson & Damien Barber
Nominated for the BBC best duo award in 2010 Damien and Mike are two fine exponents of traditional song who also throw in some excellent modern material too, accompanied on guitar and concertina
Banned from the Moor
fun, friendly folk and ceilidh band from Widecombe in the Moor with a flexible line-up and two callers, ready to play festivals, ceilidhs, weddings and parties with attitude!
Terence Waldstadt and Elliott Blackler
Totnes trio coolly paying tribute to the Red Hot Chilli Peppers
Kid Carpet
Bristol-based maker of nonsense music and rock’n’roll theatre shows better known to his mother as Ed Patrick

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