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Classical favourites from local, national and international stars.
Veteran pop rock singer-songwriter who penned 'The Air That I Breathe', 'When I Need You', 'One Moment in Time' and many more (he's also Strokes frontman Albert Hammond Jnr's dad).
Irish folk by the well-established band who were formed in County Donegal in 1987 by lead vocalist Mairead Ni Mhaonaigh.
A solo performance from this Irish singer and mandolin player who co-founded a succession of acclaimed Irish bands, from Sweeney's Men to Patrick Street.
Langholm Amateur Operatic Dramatic Society present their take on Cole Porter's musical.
Celtic Fiddle Festival
Not an actual festival but a group of fiddlers from France, Canada and Ireland, who have been combining their individual styles and musical traditions for two decades.
If you missed the lady herself's London performances, perhaps this'll do in case she waits decades between performances again.
Top-flight fiddler in concert.
- Directed by: Daniel Evans
- Written by: Lucy Prebble
A comical new work by Lucy Prebble which looks at the limits of modern medicine.
Acoustic contemporary folk-rock.
Foster & Allen
Popular Irish folk duo whose career spans over 40 years and 30 albums.
Winner of series six of The X Factor and series two of Popstar to Operastar, the young popster is probably best-known for singles 'The Climb' and 'Ambitions'.
The Johnny Cash Story
Roger Dean sings classics by the Man in Black and tells the story of his life, accompanied by his band The Lazy Boys.
Kathy Stewart & the Frequent Flyers
Foot stomping country music from the energetic group.
Keith Jack: A Little Bit More of Me
The Edinburgh-born ex- Any Dream Will Do contestant performs hits from the musicals as well as swing and pop songs.
The four-piece from Kilkenny plays Irish folk and ballads.
Tribute to the mighty Zeppelin.
The Life & Music of Jim Reeves
Al Grant takes on Jim Reeves, singing all the favourites like 'Welcome to my World', 'Moonlight & Roses' and 'Danny Boy'.
Macmath: The Silent Page
A selection of rare and forgotten Scottish songs are sung back to life.
Lilting pop and soul by the Irish singer-songwriter and pianist.
The man they call the Irish King of Country Music.
From the Colorado Rockies comes a blend of bluegrass and beyond.
Traditional music and song from the local fiddlers.
Scottish National Jazz Orchestra: Tribute to Billy Strayhorn
Scotland's best jazz players pay tribute to jazz composer, pianist, lyricist, arranger and shy genius Billy 'Sweet Pea' Strayhorn, the man Duke Ellington described as 'my right arm, my left arm, all the eyes in the back of my head, my brain waves in his head, and his in mine.'
Sat 21 Feb
£17.50 (£15; Children £5) / 01387 381196
The Manchester-born, Irish-based singer Shaun, whose father Johnny was a beloved fave, sings a gentle blend of country and Irish folk songs.
Soul Nation: Dancing in the Aisles
Soul, R&B and gospel from the choir.
As well known these days for starting arguments on Twitter as being the first ever winner of The X Factor in 2004, Steve Brookstein showcases a selection of soul classics.
Trio Gitan: Oriental Express
The acoustic trio perform their unique interpretation of a journey aboard the Orient Express.
Not a rebuttal to the popular London-based soap opera, but a conglomeration of all the best hits from West End shows.