This authentic show takes you from Frank’s early recordings to his rise, fall, notorious connections, and collaborations that assured his rise again to international stardom, in a spectacular career spanning 70 years.
Noel & Gertie is a warm and witty musical comedy based on the legendary friendship and professional collaboration of actor, playwright and songwriter Noel Coward and the alluring and charismatic actress Gertrude Lawrence.
Californian songwriter Corinne West is a poet, a tunesmith, a visionary and an utterly stellar performer. Her music evokes the eternal stories of mystic troubadours, while speaking to the sonic sensibilities of a modern audience.
Classics shaken with wit, stirred with drama and served with a contemporary twist.
Presented by Baroque Theatre Company • UK Theatre Tour Directed by Adam Morley, Produced by Claire Bibby Enjoy three fast-paced, one act plays giving fun-seeking audiences a full and entertaining afternoon.
In 1993, three blokes from South Yorkshire and Derbyshire, with a name like a firm of solicitors, released an album of a cappella songs full of social comment and (in the words of Folk Roots) ‘harmonies you could chew’. They were, of course, Coope Boyes and Simpson, and the album was Funny Old World.
Raymond Froggatt’s extraordinary musical journey began in the most unlikely of circumstances after an illness forced him to rethink his lifestyle in his teens.
CKCS present Mendelssohn's Elijah, with the Regency Sinfonia, conductor John Wright, soloists Hannah Davey, Serena Kay, Edward Rimmer and, singing the part of Elijah, Benedict Nelson
With Michael Bochmann MBE And Helen Roberts (viola) & Tom Martin (double bass) Violinist Michael Bochmann and his players, formerly known as English String Orchestra, once again bring you the warm sound of strings at The Roses. Enjoy the Baroque Masters, with Strauss and Dvorak at their best, and exquisite works from the string repertoire.
"Easily the best Quo Tribute act going..." - Mick Wall, Classic Rock Magazine "The UK's Premier Quo Tribute..." - John 'Rhino' Edwards, Status Quo