The Roses Youth Theatre presents a fresh perspective on Shakespeare’s classic tragedy about power and ambition.
Steve Tilston and Jez Lowe are two of the UK’s finest singers, songwriters and guitarists. They have performed together successfully on previous occasions but this is the first time they have written songs together, a radical change for two such singular artists.
The creative force behind the hugely successful Vampires Rock, Steve Steinman’s all new hit show is set in the future where movie theatres have disappeared.
Celebrate the career of one of rocks greatest icons, Rod Stewart, from street busker through to international superstar.
A baby chick is born and thinks the sky is falling down. On the way to tell the King, she meets Henny Penny, Ducky Lucky & Turkey Lurkey, but there’s a shocking surprise! Chicken Licken grows up to be the Little Red Hen and asks her friends to help her make bread, but no one wants to play! Mixed into this recipe of food, puppets and music is the story of Little Red Hen and the sly Foxy Loxy. Will she outwit him and save her stuffing?
Feast Of Fiddles embarks on its 24th annual tour to coincide with the release of their seventh CD. The band that has been variously likened to a “group of geography teachers” or “Bellowhead with bus passes!” doesn’t seem to be slowing down. It all started at a folk club but has become a folk-rock institution.
Not knowing who he is anymore, Tweedy gets a job in a Lost Property Office to try and find himself.
Be immersed in this musical journey through the life and times of one of the greatest 60s icons - musician and television personality Gerry Marsden. Gerry and the Pacemakers topped the UK and US charts for much of the 60s, working the same Liverpool circuit as The Beatles.
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
"Easily the best Quo Tribute act going..." - Mick Wall, Classic Rock Magazine "The UK's Premier Quo Tribute..." - John 'Rhino' Edwards, Status Quo