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Paul Smith
stand-up and resident compere at Liverpool’s Hot Water Club who was previously crowned Liverpools New Comedian of the Year and was a Finalist at The Leicester Comedian of the Year competition
Plymouth Symphony Orchestra
central to the musical life of the city for 139 years and led today by Dave Adams with conductor Anne Kimber, the orchestra continues to perform challenging music ranging from the traditional to the contemporary
Jai Rocks
Jamie Darling, one half of the rock covers duo Rockology and drummer with both Dangerous Things and Klassika, performs “the rock you grew up with” for any child of the ‘80’s with a fondness for big hair
Welsh ‘chamber-folk’ trio bringing together cellist Jordan Price Williams, violinist and viola player Patrick Rimes and fellow violinist Aneirin Jones to play tunes and songs from the Celtic nations and beyond in an attempt to combine the energy of...
Jason Donovan
Australian, one time Neighbour and Kylie’s boyfriend who also found pop fame thanks to Stock, Aitken & Waterman
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
Katie Kirk & Rick Williams
folk duo from West Cornwall comprising environmentalist, researcher, campaigner, creative writer and vocal coach Katie Kirk and guitarist Rick Williams
Cornish Wreckers
Melbourne trio of Tony Millman, his sister Andrea and Michael Plater, all of whose mothers were born in Cornwall and here performing some Lurid Tales Of Wrecking And Repose
Suzy Bennett
Plymouth comedian sometimes to be seen as one half of the duo Funny Fillies with Sajeela Kershi
Voodoo Room
Hendrix tribute act featuring Peter Orr, John Tonks and Andy Tolman, who are to be found throwing in a few Cream and Clapton numbers for good measure
Anna Prowse
mezzo-soprano whose performance, in the words of Flora Willson in The Guardian, “was genuinely compelling, her velvet tone transforming lyrical passages into brief flights of emotional intensity”
Mark Lloyd and Ben Brookland Bennett
Torbay-based covers outfit sometimes to be seen as the duo Little Waves, featuring Mark Tweed Lloyd and Ben Brookland Bennett, or occasionally as a trio or four-piece with the addition of either Lawrence Giles and Tom Davey or both
Ivo Graham
apologetic Eton and Oxford alumnus who started stand-up in 2009 at the age of eighteen and eight months later became the youngest ever winner of the prestigious 'So You Think You’re Funny' award for new acts at the Edinburgh Fringe
world-folk fusion five-piece formed in Valencia in 2012 with some rhythmically complex and harmonically rich music inspired by folk traditions from around the world
Ashes to Ashes
supposedly covering great music from the likes of Madness, Queen, Duran Duran and Tears for Fears with more dodgy hairdos than you can shake an eye liner pencil at