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André Rieu: And the Waltz Goes On
In what will surely be the mane event for fans of international violin-playing, André Rieu mops up the permanent wave of enthusiasm for his signature style, and returns to the UK to do what only he and his instrument can do.
The icon of Indian music, who is mentioned in the Guinness Book Of World Records as the Most Recorded Artist, embarks on her farewell UK tour with her singing hits Chura Liya Hai Tumne Jo Dil Ko and Lekar Hum Diwana Dil Tanha Tanha.
Easy listening pop hits, emotive piano ballads and glitzy showmanship from the camp commander.
Bear Grylls: Endeavour
Bear Grylls' first live arena show features intimate storytelling and aerial stunts, and takes audiences on an interactive journey around the world, from the comfort of their seats.
And they called it puppy love … but Donny of the perfect dentistry has had the last laugh with his career revival going swingingly.
The Four Tops and The Temptations
A double-bill of Motown veterans. Few of the original members survive (with The Temptations alone having had at least 20 different members pass through their ranks over the years), but the songs – from 'Get Ready' to 'Reach Out I'll Be There' – most certainly do.
Jack Whitehall Gets Around
Posh-voiced, hairdo-ed star of Fresh Meat and Bad Education indulging in his first arena tour.
Pop music brat heads out on a big old tour.
Old school plod rock from the Canadians that brought you 'This is How You Remind Me' and 'Rockstar', they might be universally derided but sell albums by the bucketload.
Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow
The influential and highly-versatile rock guitarist takes to the stage to perform the music of two of the biggest rock'n'roll acts of all time, Rainbow and Deep Purple.
Russell Howard: Round The World
The energetic star of Good News and Mock the Week heads out on his biggest live tour yet.
The actress and singer performs her pop and dance hits.
The union jack clad British rockers known for anthems including 'Who Are You' and 'I Can See for Miles' return to the stage. The Who were formed in 1964 by singer Roger Daltrey, guitarist Pete Townshend, bassist John Entwistle and drummer Keith Moon. They've sold about 100 million records, and have charted 27 Top 40…