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We are delighted to welcome Natives to our new Late Sunday Featured Artist spot at Queen St Brewhouse -expect beautifully crafted folk inspired by time spent in Spain and influenced by nature.Find out more »
Old style New Orleans jazz + excellent beer + laid back atmosphere = perfect Sunday afternoon!Find out more »
Penanceville join forces with the epic Family Dickens at the Colchester Brewhouse for a night of great live music, sweaty bodies, and real ale!Find out more »
The Dashwood sisters have very different approaches to their love lives. Elinor has much more sense, but Marianne has a great deal of sensibility. With its heroes, heartbreak, debonair villains and a dashing duel, this adaptation will have you falling in love with Jane Austen's classic novel. A cast of five actors and DOT's renowned comedic style make this comedy of manners a production not to be missed.Find out more »
Celebrating our 10th year together this year, Earth Girls Are Easy return to The Queen St Brewhouse on Friday the 6th September for an evening of songs ranging from Prince to Queen, via everything from Kim Wilde, Eddie Cochran, Gerry Rafferty, Talking Heads, Nirvana, John Lennon, to Bob Seger and many, many more (and not just the obvious ones!)Find out more »
In 19th century Germany, young men and women travel the fraught and rocky path of adolescence.... discovering their bodies, their minds, and themselves along the way.Find out more »
Mark Simpson and The Elias Quartet Mark Simpson is joined by The Elias Quartet in two of the greatest clarinet quintets – Herbert Howells' quintessentially English work and Brahms’ sunlit farewell to composition. These works bracket one of Beethoven's powerful and ground-breaking early string quartets. Howells - Clarinet Quintet 'Rhapsodic' Beethoven - String Quartet Op.18 No 1 Brahms - Clarinet Quintet **Front Row tickets are SOLD OUT; all other tickets are available**Find out more »
Our artistic director was very excited to find this sensational young trio, and we’re also thrilled to host the world premiere of a new piece. A varied menu including gutsy Beethoven and characterful Eastern European masterpieces by Kodály and Dohnányi, in the light church in Fingringhoe where the very first Roman River concert took place 20 years ago.Find out more »
Dark Synth Duo, The Infamous Me play their brand of 80's inspired synth and guitar tunes. There are not many bands out there that do what The Infamous Me do. Come and listen and hear for yourself.Find out more »
Very Few performers have an effect on the modern pop culture that this man has. As a performer, as a writer and as a boundary breaker! With the largest fan base in the world, to do this man justice it has to be approached with the dignity and respect that he deserves. This isn’t a tribute act, this is a genuine fan, paying homage to an incredible talent. As tonight we celebrate a legend as we relive the music of…Find out more »
For this year's Roman River Music Festival, we welcome back trumpeter Paul Higgs, whose original compositions for 'Pavane' blur the boundaries between classical and jazz. Each piece shows us a new soundscape, and the exquisite sound of Paul's trumpet transports us through each one in turn. From the sense of romantic longing in ' Simple Truth', through the rising elegiac quality and counterpoint of 'Crystalline', to the haunting mystery of 'Catalonia', 'Pavane' takes us on an inspiring musical journey. Paul…Find out more »
Take a ride up the comedy freeway with a tale of mobsters, missing gems and a mashed-up motorbike. Dick's quiet suburban life is shattered when his brother Julian returns suddenly from The States, for "health" reasons. But his shady American "associates" have unfinished business with him, putting both their health at risk. Their dad's old bike and sidecar, which Dick has been "doing up', might come in handy as their getaway vehicle! A black comedy with original music by Pat…Find out more »
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