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Sandi Toksvig
Copenhagen-born broadcaster, author and comedian who began her comedy career at Girton College, Cambridge, and who in 2014 co-founded the Women’s Equality Party
The Cabarats
Plymouth-based quintet combining traditional Balkan and Middle Eastern sounds with some lively reggae and ska intended to get you dancing
Dom Joly
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
Adrian Freedman
a collaboration between Adrian Freedman and 20 other musicians from five continents to create musical encounters of the heart, in which instrumental combinations and voices perform original songs and music, as well as traditional music from Japan,...
Seckou Keita
Senegalese kora player, drummer and praise singer
Paul Bacon
High Wycombe-based Elton impersonator who first started singing and performing the Rocket Man’s songs whilst studying Performing Arts at university in the early 1980s
Wildwood Kin
indie/alt folk harmony trio from Exeter comprising sisters Beth and Emillie Key and their cousin Meghann Loney
Atéa Quintet
London-based wind chamber music combo consisting of flautist Alena Lugovkina, clarinettist Anna Hashimoto, bassoonist Ashley Myall, horn player Chris Beagles and oboeist Philip Haworth
Lee 'Memphis' King
yet another Elvis tribute act that can’t help falling in love with suspicious minds stuck on you burning love way down in the ghetto
You Win Again
tribute show featuring three vocalists, four musicians and some dancers work their way through the Bee Gees songbook
Clive Gregson – photo Sara Porter
Manchester-born singer, musician and record producer who has performed previously with both cult band Any Trouble and Christine Collister
Beth Hart
Los Angeles-based, Grammy nominated blues singer and songwriter who began playing clubs in Hollywood at the age of 15 and who has worked with the likes of Jeff Beck, Joe Bonamassa and Slash
Harbottle & Jonas
South Brent-based traditional folk duo of guitarist David and concertina player Freya
Freeway
female-fronted Torbay five-piece rock/pop covers band reworking the likes of Roy Orbison, The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, Amy Winehouse and Robbie Williams, together with a few dance numbers
Animals and Friends
only drummer John Steel was there with Eric Burdon, Chas Chandler, Alan Price and Hilton Valentine in the original Animals at the time of the house of the rising sun, while organist Mickey Gallagher played with the band during 1965, replacing...

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