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Al Murray: The Only Way is Epic
A brand new show from everyone's favourite bigoted landlord, Al Murray, star of Happy Hour. Please only cheer at the irony and stay in your house if you actually hate the French.
The much loved Yazoo chanteuse with the big smokey voice tours her latest album the minutes.
Self-styled 'progressive patriot' and veteran political activist who is still one of the UK's finest writers of love songs.
The veteran singer-songwriter and Roxy Music frontman performs pop-rock and 1920s jazz style songs with his backing band to promote the album The Jazz Age.
Dutch singer putting a modern pop spin on post-war jazz styles.
Claire Martin With Montpellier Cello Quartet
Mainstream jazz from the award-winning vocalist and group as it performs songs from the Great American Songbook.
Coma Bristol Ensemble
- Directed by: Jolyon Laycock (cond)
Jolyon Laycock conducts works by members of the Severnside Composers Alliance, plus other contemporary pieces, with Alison Gillies, cello.
Pop-rock band from Glasgow known for the hits Real Gone Kid and I'll Never Fall in Love Again.
Ed Byrne: Roaring Forties
Observational humour from the Dublin-stand-up and actor about reaching middle age.
The singer-songwriter and musician plays alternative rock, reflective indie and orchestral pop.
Eliza Carthy & Jim Moray
Contemporary folk and country from the two singer-songwriters and their accompanying musicians.
Elvis Costello & the Imposters
The classic songwriter undertakes this Revolver tour, featuring a spinning wheel marked with hits, rarities and covers from which he and his band will make their song selection.
Mainstream jazz and swing by the Bristol-based vocalist.
Greg Davies: The Back Of My Mum's Head
Stories and anecdotes from The Inbetweeners actor and TV panel show regular.
The celebrated film and TV actor takes his blues band out on tour and showcases his piano-playing skills with cohorts the Copper Bottom Band.
Jimmy Carr: Gagging Order
The deadpan one presents his new crude, rude, but clever show, no doubt packed with puns aplenty and jokes that teeter on the verge of acceptability.
When rock guitarists gather, one of the names that elicits the most respect is that of Joe Satriani. The guitar virtuoso and teacher has, for many years, been at the pinnacle of rock instrumentalists and inspired many a tyro strummer to higher things. Picked by Mick Jagger to play on his solo tour in 1988, Satriani soon…
John Cooper Clarke
The legendary Mancunian punk poet, who is a spiritual godfather to the likes of Mike Skinner and Plan B hauls his insatiable laconic wit on tour.
- 180 min
Johnny Flynn has certainly done something right when it comes to impressing the big shots in the music industry. Flynn was chosen as one of Fricke's Picks in Rolling Stone magazine in 2008 and Kentucky Pill was the March 30th Hottest Record In The World on Zane Lowe's Radio One show. Johnny Flynn released his second album…
Lady Nade Quartet
Mainstream jazz by the Bristol-based singer and her accompanying musicians.
Lee Nelson: Live
Comedy rogue and South London tearaway Lee "Nelsy" Nelson is fronting his latest live show, Lee Nelson's Well Good Show. The show involves a little audience participation which sees Nelson waling through the audience sharing mortifying tales and cheeky banter with unsuspecting members assisted by his loyal friend fat…
Light and laid back acoustic folk from the singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist as she promotes her second album Florilegium.
Micky Flanagan: Back in the Game
You may have caught him on one of his increasingly regular TV appearances, so here's a chance to catch the distinctively voiced Cockney in the flesh.
Mr Dowland’s Midnight
The two musicians, Simon Leach and Knud Stuwe, mix European guitar with the lute-like sound of the Middle Eastern oud.
Paper Aeroplanes, Zervas & Pepper
Melodic and laid back alternative folk-pop indie-rock band from Milford Haven.
A chance to purchase records.
Reginald D Hunter: In the Midst of Crackers
The self-proclaimed 'comedian, swashbuckler and scientist' takes his latest and no doubt controversial show on the road.
Room on the Broom
Songs, laughs and scary fun for children with stories of witches, cats, dogs, birds and frogs. Ages 3+.
Joe Bonamassa is one of the premier Blues/Rock guitarists on the planet and he is also evolving into a singer-songwriter of stylistic depth and emotional resonance. His ability to connect with live concert audiences is transformational. Joe Bonamassa was discovered by blues legend BB King at the age of twelve and hasn't…
Sarah Millican: Home Bird
You'll know her face from talking about cake and cats on the telly, so here's another chance to see the Millican phenomenon in full flight live onstage.
The Texas-based collective, led by bassist, composer and producer Michael League, performs a fusion of jazz-funk with progressive and instrumental rock to promote its album Ground Up.
Stand-Up (Again) For Slapstick
Sharp one-liners from the BAFTA award-winning comic and star of Not Going Out, Lee Mack. Also featuring Henning Wehn, Shappi Khorsandi, Boothby Graffoe and MC Rob Brydon.
Steve Earle & the Dukes
Over-14s show. A welcome return for the talented troubadour and sometime actor, most recently seen performing in post-Katrina drama Treme.
From his early beginnings as a precocious teenager with the Spencer Davis Group, Stevie Winwood has always been an outstanding feature of the British music scene. First heard on Keep On Running in 1965, his blue-eyed soul voice has become instantly recognisable, whatever he sings. His multi-instrumentalist abilities have…
Steven Wilson and his band featuring Nick Beggs, Guthrie Govan, Adam Holzman, Marco Minnemann and Theo Travis perform at Royal Festival Hall.
Stewart Lee: Much A-Stew About Nothing
Typically subversive humour from Lee as he works on material for the latest series of Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle. Please note: this is a work in progress show.
- Directed by: Craig Revel Horwood
- Written by: Craig Revel Horwood
An intimate show written and directed by Craig Revel Horwood and starring celebrities and dancers of Strictly Come Dancing, Lisa Riley, Artem Chigvintsev, Natalie Lowe and Ian Waite, who talk about their backgrounds, love for dance and performance, as well as performing dance routines.
Pop-rock by the well-established band fronted by singer Sharleen Spiteri.
Reformed Glasgow rockers fronted by Sharleen Spiteri have another crack at the whip, touring in support of new album The Conversation.