Category Archives: What’s On

Billy Rowan, aka The Undercover Hippy, is definitely not your average singer songwriter. Described by Tom Robinson (BBC 6Music) as being “the love-child of Steel Pulse, Kate Tempest and the Sleaford Mods”, his music brings together powerful messages, infectious reggae rhythms, and the lyrical delivery of a skilled MC.

Combining intelligent, provocative lyrics with dangerously catchy...

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Pianist and entertainer Peter Gill presents a tribute to the wit and song-writing skill of that most English of Englishmen, Noël Coward, who said of himself: ‘I am an enormously talented man and there is no point in denying it’.

In The Wit And Songs Of Noël Coward you will be reminded of his dazzling wit...

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Award-winning Dutch violinist Tim Kliphuis is a legend in the gypsy world. His trio with Nigel Clark (guitar) and Roy Percy (bass) re-defines the music of J.S. Bach, Django and the Chieftains to create an intensely moving concert experience with a brand new style that embraces classical, gypsy jazz and folk.

Hailed as a ‘current-day improvising...

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Hailing from Montreal in Canada, contemporary hip hop troupe Tentacle Tribe presents an award-winning double bill. In Origami Mami, three exceptional female dancers perform a routine that unfolds from simple to complex geometry, looking like the interlocking parts of a machine with bending, folding steps as intricate as origami.

Nobody Likes a Pixelated Squid is a...

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Mike Denham returns for the latest of his popular SpeakEasy nights, this time accompanied by trumpeter Ben Cummings. Often described as a ‘demon horn player’, Ben has established a formidable reputation as one of Britain’s finest trumpet players.

He has played and recorded at the highest level in every genre - from New Orleans, vintage, swing...

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Dorchester Piano Quartet brings two classics to their series of lunchtime concerts.

Fauré’s beautiful Élégie was intended as the slow movement of a never-completed cello sonata. Perhaps Fauré realised it would be played more often if it stood alone?

Taneyev, a pupil and confidant of Tchaikovsky and teacher of Rachmaninov, was greatly respected by these Russian greats....

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