- Telephone 01223 511511
- Website www.junction.co.uk
Just 15 minutes walk from the city centre, The Junction prides itself in providing cutting edge and new theatre for the local area. With three main stages (J1 which sits 850, J2 which sits 220 and J3 which is a multipurpose space for rehearsals, talks ,etc).
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Ahir Shah: Machines
An hour of comedy from Ahir Shah, covering topics as diverse as democracy, internationalism and lizards.
Andrew Lawrence: Reasons to Kill Yourself
Vitriolic humour from the former double Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee.
Beauty And The Beast
A New International Encounter, Cambridge Junction and Tobacco Factory Theatres co-production. Beasts and beauties of all ages, join us this Christmas for a tale where beastliness is only skin deep. Deep in the overgrown forest lies a mysterious, ruined castle with a very unusual inhabitant who lives under a terrible…
Tue 6 Dec
Wed 7 Dec
Winner of 2014's X Factor.
Benjamin Francis Leftwich
Singer-songwriter from York.
A re-formed configuration of the veteran Scotrockers whose hits include 'Fields of Fire' and 'In a Big Country'. Following the success of their 30th Anniversary ‘Steeltown’ Tour Big Country present their 'Best Of' tour.
Chris Ramsey: Is That Chris Ramsey?
Upbeat anecdotes, feelgood humour and witty observations from Ramsey.
The Christmas Fiver
An evening for up and coming local bands to experience performing live on stage in front of an audience, featuring Permission To Dance, Embassy, Deep City, 28 Boulevard, Too Cool Kid and Tom And Paris.
Craig Charles Funk & Soul Club
The TV actor and BBC 6 Music demonstrates his deep love of funk, soul and R&B.
Danny Baker: Cradle to the Stage
Stories and comedy from the veteran broadcaster.
David O'Doherty: We Are All in the Gutter but Some of us are Looking at David O'Doherty
Armed with a teeny keyboard and an incredible wit, David presents his latest solo show of comedy and songs, the ledge.
Mon 27 Feb 2017
The contemporary singer-songwriter Ezio Lunedei plays folk and Latin-flavoured songs with guitarist Mark Fowell.
The singer-songwriter and musician from Bangor, County Down, performs lilting alternative folk.
Fun Lovin' Criminals
Fun Lovin' Criminals may be past their creative peak but always find an eager crowd, keen to bellow along to the hits.
Eclectic synth-pop with sultry vocals.
Classic heavy rock vocalist who has fronted Trapeze, Deep Purple, Hughes/Thrall and Black Country Communion.
Hammer & Tongue December
Spoken-word artistry and competitive fervour from luminaries including Solomon O.B. Hosted by Fay Roberts.
The Echo & The Bunnymen frontman performs a selection of the band's songs in a solo performance.
Jonathan Pie: Live
The comic reveals the truth behind recent news events both home and abroad.
Josie Long: Something Better
The politically astute Sidcup-born comedian, who took part in the Channel 4 show Celebrity Island With Bear Grylls as part of the Stand Up To Cancer campaign, waxes lyrical about optimism, hopefulness and the giddy joys of surrounding yourself with people you can look up to.
One of contemporary rock and pop’s true mavericks and the former leader of The Teardrop Explodes.
The singer-songwriter and vocalist with the band Lau performs modern folk, in support of the album If Wishes Were Horses. Support Siobhan Wilson.
The Newcastle-based three-piece plays a mix of indie and pop-rock.
Mad Dog Mcrea
Devon band blending folk rock, gypsy jazz and bluegrass.
The Birmingham-based and long-established hard rock quintet, fronted by Tony Clarkin and Bob Catley, performs its original material.
Old school foot-on-the-monitor rockers who just keep on trucking.
Miles Jupp: Songs Of Freedom
The actor, stand-up and host of The News Quiz muses on modern life.
Nine Below Zero
Hard rockin' blues and R&B outfit.
Paul Foot: Tis a Pity She's a Piglet
Surreal and chaotic humour from the 2013 Sydney Comedy Award-winning stand-up.
Police Dog Hogan
Seven-piece country folk band with high energy fiddle/drums/banjo/guitars and joyous foot stomping live shows.
Bobby Gillespie and his band of tea-drinking rock'n'rollers on a mini tour promoting latest album More Light.
Richard Herring: The Best
A 'best of' compilation from the comedian as he picks the best jokes from his last 12 shows.
https://www.facebook.com/therifles/ The Rifles burst onto the UK music scene in 2006 with their attitude-laden debut 'No Love Lost'. Making heavy rock 'n' roll inspired by the likes of The Clash, Dylan and The Rolling Stones, the London four-piece cite influences as far reaching as The Smiths and The Streets, their…
American rock band from Long Beach, California.
The Saw Doctors
Celtrock knees-up with one of Ireland's most successful bands.
Four piece indie/rock band from Sheffield.
The influential Dunfermline art punk rockers have been in the game over 40 years now.
Folky sounds from London five-piece.
The classic rock/pop/glitter band led by founder members Dave Hill and Don Powell perform hits including 'Coz I Luv You', 'Cum On Feel The Noize', 'Mama Weer All Crazee Now' and 'Skweeze Me, Pleeze Me'.
The Sons Of Pitches
Inventive pop covers, original numbers and improvised songs from the multi award-winning a cappella YouTube stars and winners of BBC Two's The Naked Choir..
Stephen K Amos: World Famous
Amos, now a well-known face on that there telly, present his latest show of well-spoken funnies.
The Steve Rothery Band - Ghosts And Garden Parties
Marillion founder member and guitarist Steve Rothery and his outstanding band return to play tracks from his highly acclaimed solo album 'The Ghosts of Pripyat' followed by a selection of rarely heard early Marillion classics. Support by guitarist Dave Foster and his band Doors 7.00 pm Support 8.00 pm SRB 9.00 pm
Sat 14 Jan 2017
£19.80 / 01223 511511
Stiff Little Fingers
Ireland's favourite delinquent punk sons.
Oxford band with a nice line in roof-raising, majestic folkedelia.
The Transports - A Tale Of Exile And Migration
A performance of Peter Bellamy's ballad opera that is on a real-life story of transportation to Australia and features performances by The Young'uns, Faustus, Nancy Kerr, Rachael McShane and Greg Russell.