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Joanna Eden approaches the songs of Stephen Sondheim from her own, jazz-influenced and heart-filled perspective. Stephen Sondheim is an American composer and lyricist known for more than a half-century of contributions to musical theatre. Acclaimed singer-pianist Joanna Eden has long been a fan of the man behind a multitude of musicals and the classic song "Send in the Clowns. She approaches Sondheim's music from her own, jazz-influenced and heart-filled perspective. Joanna has been described by Dame Cleo Laine as "Bloody…Find out more »
Following Iron Hearts cancellation we shall now welcome STYG to the Railway stage for an evening of Rock Covers!Find out more »
Lady Stardust singing at The Case is Altered Ipswich, music from the last 6 decades including Motown and SoulFind out more »
With highly acclaimed albums, a host of top festivals in the UK and overseas, and numerous international tours under her belt, Clare Free is a force to be reckoned with. She plays her uniquely cool brand of bluesy based modern rock n roll solo tonight.Find out more »
Join us at the Salutation for for a Sunday afternoon crammed with the musical talents of one of the stars of the East Anglian music scene, Josh Locke. Front man of The Lockerbillies, Josh is a fantastically talented guitarist and singer and he will performing a wide range of rock and roll, rockabilly and country classics and originals.Find out more »
The Dolly Parton Story takes you on an incredible journey through the career of the ‘Queen of Country’ who currently holds an astonishing 153 major awards including 9 Grammys and 11 CMA’s. Follow Dolly’s incredible journey in this groundbreaking “show-umentary” format taking you from her humble beginnings in the Smokey mountains to her arrival as Queen of Country. Featuring passionate renditions of Jolene, 9 to 5, Islands In The Stream, Here You Come Again, Coat Of Many Colours, Joshua and…Find out more »
Performing Bob Chilcott's 'A Little Jazz Mass' and other jazz pieces such as S'Wonderful, Blue Moon, and Java Jive, along with the locally-based, Chris Ingham Trio, who are also doing their own set. With their new young 'up-and-coming' Musical Director, Benedict Collins Rice too.Find out more »
Ceilidh Harbour lights band caller Nikki Acott. All profits to SSAFA (charity for ex-soldiers). Bar, nibbles Tickets on door £10, in advance £7: BarnDanceCarity123@gmail.com Students/ children £3 Contact Matthew Thomas 07769 938 520 (will also be climbing Mount Toubkal to raise money)Find out more »
A tribute to all things Springsteen! Tickets available behind the bar or via https://www.wegottickets.com/event/447549?fbclid=IwAR1bxMzHbnk6VT8oZh9471UnfVVMmeDvbOXelaqpyYftBuUOFiOTuHoUptMFind out more »
Some people like to rock, some people like to roll, but movin and a groovin's gonna satisfy your soul! With a collection of cult classics, shaking show-stoppers and rocking rollers from the golden age of jiving, Josh Locke and his terrific trio bring you a show like no other. With full dead ringer sets of Johnny Cash, Elvis, Buddy Holly and many many more the J.S & the Lockerbillies experience brings you a full of night of bopping for all…Find out more »
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