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Alan Davies: Life Is Pain
Sharp and inventive wit from the QI regular, 2001 Monte Carlo Television Awards Best Actor In A Drama award-winner and former Jonathan Creek and Whites star.
The much loved Yazoo chanteuse with the big smokey voice tours her latest album the minutes.
Sharp observational humour from the Dublin-born stand-up and actor best known for his television sitcom roles in Channel 4's Father Ted and BBC1's My Hero.
Bill Bailey: Qualmpeddler
The master of surreality airs his qualms and doubts about the world via a charming blend of religious dubstep, horntallica and an interesting new musical take on Downton Abbey.
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.
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.
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.
An Evening Of Dirty Dancing, The Tribute Show - A Sexy Song And Dance Spectacular
The film and stage musical is celebrated in this song and dance show, featuring a number of West End performers showcasing well-known tunes including Do You Love Me, Big Girls Don't Cry and I've Had The Time Of My Life.
Fri 28 Jun
£18 / 0844 854 2757
Horrible Histories: The Terrible Tudors
A stage adaptation of Terry Deary's book which celebrates an exceptionally gory period in English history, from the fate of King Henry's wives to the defeat of the Spanish Armada. The production features 3D effects.
Horrible Histories: The Vile Victorians
A stage adaptation of Terry Deary's book which brings to life the less savoury aspects of Victorian history, from baby farms to filthy factories and The Charge Of the Light Brigade. The production features 3D effects.
Tue 21 May
Kate Rusby is one of the most popular young folk singers of traditional English folk songs. She was at the centre of the folk revival in the 1990s, which occurred with the coming of age of the children of those who were part of the 1960s folk revival. Rusby first came to the attention of the folk scene through her duets…
The veteran Grammy Award-winning singer, born in Epsom, performs a selection of her pop hits including Downtown, I Know A Place and My Love.
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.
Roy Chubby Brown
Blue comedy from man branded 'too rude for television'. Never mind the comedy, that patchwork jacket is hardly fit for public consumption.
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.
Sean Lock: Purple Van Man
You know fine well who he is, now pop along and see his new show, which looks at life from a skewed white van man's perspective.
York indie rockers on a Greatest Hits Live tour.
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.
That'll Be the Day
Step back in time with a brand new edition of the popular touring show, and hear rock'n'roll hits from the 50s, 60s and 70s.
The Dublin Legends: Cannon, Campbell, Watchorn and O'Connor
These four members of the Dubliners keep the act going strong, following the death of founding member 'Banjo' Barney McKenna in 2012. Expect all the classic songs from the Dubliners' 50-year career.
Mon 3 Jun
£17.50 / 0844 854 2757