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The Great Barrier Reef, 1995. Meera is eleven. It's her first sleepover. Strawberry Dunkaroos, Sega Mega Drive and coral fragment analysis descends into torch-lit storytelling from sleeping bags. Lights off. In the corner, Meera’s aquarium is beginning to glow. Outside over the reef, the Frogman hovers, looking for traces of a missing child. As police search lights refract through the ocean, the annual coral bloom is due, creating an underwater snowstorm. Time is running out. A coming-of-age, supernatural thriller, this…Find out more »
Autumn 20 & 27 September, 15 November 18.00 -19.30 22 November 18.00 - 21.00 (presentation at 20.00) Stapleford Clarinet Choir continues to meet four times a term. Stephanie Reeve directs rehearsals focusing on ensemble skills, technique and sight reading. Players will have the opportunity to try other members of the clarinet family such as the E flat, bass and contrabass clarinet, whilst a wide variety or rerpertoire will be chosen from the Calrinet and Saxophone Society Library housed at Stapleford…Find out more »
Direct from it’s success in London’s West End, The Simon & Garfunkel Story is back!Find out more »
With live original music, embroidery, barbie dolls, silly songs and historical hysteria, this promises to be an ill-researched lesson in cross-dressing Tudor history that you'll never forget.Find out more »
Tim Rose has been a professional guitarist, bass player and composer for over 20 years. In this time Tim has played for artists including Toyah Willcox, Carol Decker, Brendan Cole, Philharmonia Orchestra. He has also played in the pit band for some 15 West End Shows over the last decade.Find out more »
Born in Birmingham, Dave first emerged on the British jazz scene in the 1980s. After playing in the National Youth Jazz Orchestra for three years he joined the band of Jim Mullen before moving on to Martin Taylor's band. He formed the current quartet in 2010 with Sebastiaan de Krom on drums, Graham Harvey on piano and co-led with bassist, Geoff Gascoyne. The two leaders take equal responsibility to write & arrange a selection of "contrafacts" (new tunes written to…Find out more »
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A longstanding Cambridge Junction event offering emerging bands the opportunity to play on the J1 stage.Find out more »
https://www.facebook.com/micahphinson/ Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult Micah P. Hinson’s new album “Presents The Holy Strangers” is described by the artist as being a “modern folk opera.” Telling the story of a war time family, going from birth to love, to marriage and children, to war and betrayal, murder to suicide – spanning all of the strange and glorious places life can lead. We follow their story, we see their decisions, we see their faults and their beauty.…Find out more »
Val Sinclair is well-known in the UK as a professional jazz/blues/eclectic vocalist based near Cambridge. After beginning her career as resident vocalist for 8 years with the amazing ‘Galaxy Big Band’ she now works alongside the best of musicians and describes herself as ‘a rather ordinary, home-loving woman, who just needs to sing the blues’.Find out more »
"Though arguably more than deserving of the fame and radio play enjoyed by bands like Black Keys and Kings of Leon, The Districts likely won't end up taking that path. So far in their career, they've only just been a band: just four high school friends deciding to make music and hit the road. There are no pretensions, no chance of headline gimmicks, just four humble and incredibly young guys who are also quite talented. In many ways, their…Find out more »
Drawing on their huge comic catalogue, always introducing new material, and lacing it all together with bizarre and hilarious improvised tangents, the Pajama Men create an anarchic night of jubilant, anarchic and inventive sketch comedy. Whether you’ve been watching them for years or are seeing them for the first time, Pajama Men’s Pterodactyl Nights will get you where you need gettin’.Find out more »
The legendary New York singer-songwriter Suzanne Vega has announced a 12-date UK tour later this year, celebrating the 30th and 25th anniversaries respectively of her albums Solitude Standing and 99.9F by performing both in full, as well as more tracks from throughout a distinguished career that has seen her sell over 7 million albums worldwide. Having emerged as a leading figure in the folk-music revival of the early 1980s accompanying herself simply with an acoustic guitar, Vega released her Solitude…Find out more »
ON SALE FRIDAY 30TH JUNE, 10AM https://www.facebook.com/msjuanitastein/ Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult "Howling Bells have been and remain one of our favourite bands to emerge during all our years of blogging. They really should be a band of stadia-straddling hugeness. So with that in mind, it’s no great stretch to imagine our excitement when we heard frontwoman Juanita Stein was to release a solo album. Often solo albums evolve from writing songs that perhaps don’t quite fit…Find out more »
Igor and Moreno’s workshop will be an opportunity to step into the research field of their upcoming show ANDANTE which sees the theatre filled with smoke and smell. The physical practice of the workshop will use the principles of leaning and falling as triggers to put the body in motion and explore movement and spatial composition.Find out more »
'I can’t do this at Jongleurs,’ says Andrew O’Neill as he cracks a gag about Lars Ulrich. His History of Heavy Metal is not, it must be said, a show that aims for the widest possible constituency. Although more accessible than it could have been, the strength comes in playing the niche who know that Ulrich is Metallica’s drummer. After a run in a typically artsy Edinburgh Fringe venue, O’Neill has now come to a rock venue, The Garage in…Find out more »
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