- Telephone 01905 611427
- Website www.huntingdonhall.com
Until the 18th century, Huntingdon hall was known as Countess of Huntindon's Chapel – a methodist church. In the late 70s, the council developed the site into what it is today: a consummate venue that offers a wide range of entertainment, including comedy, classical music, jazz, blues and spoken word.
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Andrew Lawrence - Hate Speech
As seen on Live at the Comedy Store and Live at The Apollo The UK comedy scene's most bigoted scumbag, back with an all new show full of morally repugnant, borderline criminal material in the very poorest taste. No laugh too cheap. Bring a friend who's easily offended, and be sure to take everything at face value.
Andrew Lawrence: Reasons to Kill Yourself
Vitriolic humour from the former double Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee.
Andy Fairweather Low & The Lowriders
The former frontman of 60s group Amen Corner, who has worked with the likes of Hendrix, Dylan and Clapton, playing songs from throughout his 40-year career.
The Beach Boys Band: Beach Boys Tribute
Adam Penford directs the first major revival in almost 20 years of Mart Crowley's seminal drama, which originally premiered before the Stonewall riots. The story centres on nine men, who are confronted with heartache and hilarity during an eventful birthday party held in a swanky Manhattan apartment. Mark Gatiss, Ian…
They've been called 'the Led Zeppelin of the folk world' and 'the U2 of their genre'. Blazin' Fiddles are six extraordinary folk musicians at the peak of their powers.
Blobbie Williams: Robbie Williams Tribute
Affectionate parody of classic Robbie tunes. With support from Done By Sunrise.
Chris Bannister: The Music Of John Denver
Chris Bannister celebrates the life and career of the American singer-songwriter who created such hits as Annie's Song, Leaving On A Jet Plane, Rocky Mountain High and Take Me Home Country Roads.
Chris Green And Sophie Matthews: The Men Who Marched Away
Songs and poems commemorating the centenary of the First World War, featuring a selection of soldiers' songs, music hall numbers and war poems set to new music and original compositions telling the story of The Great War.
Fri 11 Nov
£13.50 / 01905 611427
Progressive rock legends.
Founding member of Dire Straits and brother to Mark, the singer/guitarist/pianist plays tracks from his career.
Evidently rock runs in the veins of the Bonham family: John is, of course, Led Zeppelin's legendary drummer, but mustn't forget his sister Deborah, who made her first blues-rock recording at age 17 (at Robert Plant's house, naturally).
A tribute to Dire Straits.
The Dylan Project: Bob Dylan Tribute
Members of Fairport Convention team up with Steve Gibbons, PJ Wright and Phil Bond come together to sing songs by Bob Dylan.
The Elton John Story
Jimmy Love performs a full on rock evening giving an insight into the ups and downs of Elton's life.
G2 Definitive Genesis
A tribute to the classic Seconds Out period in Genesis's long and colourful history.
Gary Delaney: There's Something About Gary
The something about Gary is that he has a lot of opinions on jokes and is going to let you hear them (and hopefully some jokes) on his latest tour.
Solo show from the former Squeeze frontman.
Jamie Knight And The Manuka Band
An evening of Christmas hits, plus the best swing, soul and classic pop.
Jimeoin: Renonsense Man
Refining a lost art of the commonplace, Jimeoin is a comic with a delightful sense of the absurd and a uniquely low-key style.
The King & The Killer
Tributes to Elvis Presley and Jerry Lee Lewis.
King Pleasure & The Biscuit Boys
A swinging non-stop mix of 40s Kansas City jazz and blues.
Cult singer-songwriter, described as the 'Welsh Springsteen', making social and spiritual comment through his acoustic songs.
The British singer, pianist and guitarist plays rhythm & blues and rock'n'roll.
A tribute band covering Steely Dan's hits note for note.
Odysseus Piano Trio
The trio's repertoire encompasses core works for trio, but they also aim to seek out less familiar pieces and to bring them to new audiences.
The British-Iranian comedian and star of stage and screen brings his new show to an adoring public.
Orchestra Of The Swan: A Scandinavian Serenade
The chamber orchestra, led by violinist David Le Page, performs his arrangement of Dvorak's Romance and Four Miniatures, plus Grieg's Two Elegiac Melodies and Holberg Suite and works by Suk and Halvorsen. This unusual programme is an intense and lyrical exploration of Slavic melodies and Norwegian nationalism.
Tribute to the Latin-rock of Santana.
Peter Asher & Albert Lee
The multiple Grammy winners combine to perform an intimate evening of pop and rock songs and stories.
Classics and contemporary folk and folk-rock group drawing influence from Fleetwood Mac and The Waterboys among others.
Rob Beckett: Mouth of the South
Observational and high-energy new material from the award-winning stand-up.
Russell Kane: Right Man, Wrong Age
Russell Kane discusses why it's perfectly okay to be 20 but feel 40 (or vice versa) and explains why nobody really feels their age.
Expect blazing bagpipes, accordion and fiddle mixed with standard rock instruments as the 'boy band of Scottish traditional music' play live.
St Agnes Fountain
The folk quartet featuring Fairport Convention's Chris Leslie, perform re-workings of traditional carols and festive tunes, plus original songs and storytelling.
Stephen K Amos: World Famous
Amos, now a well-known face on that there telly, present his latest show of well-spoken funnies.
Longstanding, respected T-Rex tribute act. Glam rockers brace yourselves.
Talon: The Best of the Eagles
Eagles tribute band Talon once again perform their popular tribute to the beardy country rockers.
US singer-songwriter who has been honoured with two Lifetime Achievement Awards – from the North American Folk Music Alliance and the Radio 2 Folk Awards.
The Ukulele Orchestra Of Great Britain
The ensemble performs classical and rock favourites.