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The 2016 Festival marked the centenary of the first concerts to be held in Thaxted Parish Church, organised at Whitsuntide 1916 by Gustav Holst. He and fellow composer Ralph Vaughan Williams did much to encourage music-making in the town over subsequent years, with the later involvement of Holst's daughter Imogen. Our 2016 programme celebrated Thaxted's links with Gustav Holst and his founding events, while continuing to offer the diversity of performance for which the modern Festival is celebrated. Since its…Find out more »
The Waterfront present HOT 8 BRASS BRAND Tuesday 27th June 2017 Doors 7.30pm Curfew 11pm Ages: 14+ HOT 8 BRASS BAND ANNOUNCE ‘ON THE SPOT’ ALBUM TOUR – FEBRUARY-MAY 2017 New Orleans’ Grammy-nominated Hot 8 Brass Band will accompany the release of their fifth album, ‘On The Spot’ (due late March, via Tru Thoughts), with an extensive tour including their biggest London headline yet at The Roundhouse as well as key spots across Europe, Australasia and North America. Stirring up…Find out more »
Laniakea is the galactic gospel trio of Massimo Pupillo (Zu) and Daniel O’Sullivan (Ulver, Sunn0)))) and Jessica Moss (Thee Silver Mt. Zion). Cosmic hymns and atomised riffs slowed and stretched to unveil a pantheon of sound, drawing on a rich tapestry of influences ranging from the plainchant of Hildegard von Bingen to Alice Coltrane’s Ashram tapes to the monolithic bass frequencies of Godflesh. https://laniakea.bandcamp.com Thighpaulsandra is a Welsh experimental musician and multi-instrumentalist known mostly for performing on synthesizers and keyboards.…Find out more »
A new Jazz Jam at the Burleigh Arms, Cambridge, on Tuesdays 8 to 11, starting 21st March. Musicians and singers welcome.Find out more »
These guys play an unusual high energy mix of funk, old-school rock, jazz, current top 40, soul, swing, 80s/70s/90s hits, latin/afro-cuban, horas and more - anything to get 'em up and dancing!!Find out more »
Tuesday 27th June 2017 8:00 PM Pay What You Can Seated AIK Productions in association with Tara Arts present COMBUSTION by Asif Khan Bradford, in the month of Ramadan. Latching on to the latest grooming scandal, racists plan to march through the city, while Shaz, a local garage mechanic, desperately tries to keep his business running smoothly so he can marry well. In this combustible atmosphere, his sister Samina is determined to make her voice heard. Bradford-born Asif Khan’s debut…Find out more »
Come and jam with our house band. Bring your instrument, voice, friends & family and enjoy a night of good music and good fun! Hosted by local musicians, including guitar, bass and drums. Facebook page “Tendring Jazz Collective”. Last Wednesday of each month from 8pm till 10:30pm at The New Bell Inn, Outpart Eastward, Harwich.Find out more »
Ladies and Gentlemen! Writer, Performer, Cabaret Hostess and part time MtoF Retro Girl Miss Alice d’Lumiere chose her name, her clothes and her gender and is now premiering a brand new one person show; the culmination of a year’s worth of celebratory adventures in cross-dressing, role reversal and jumping stripy tights first through the Looking Glass of Gender. “Illuminating Alice” promises to be an unusually personal piece from an accomplished writer/performer; playfully exploring the reality of the people we see…Find out more »
A friendly and relaxed Open Mic night at the Kings Head. All abilities welcome, acoustic or plug in to use the house PA. Each artist plays three numbers before the next has a go in the order of their arrival...Find out more »
Traditional Folk Music, reels and all, at the Ship Inn Blaxhall for their special Wednesday evening of FolkFind out more »
An authentic modern day celebration featuring the powerhouse vocals of retro king Si Cranstoun and his band’s blend of Doo Wop, Rock 'n' Roll and Rocking Rhythm & Blues... The distinctive tenor highs of Si’s voice echo that of Jackie Wilson and Sam Cooke and the great black American singers of old. This amazing show is a highly charged toe tapping journey - you'll be blown away by the quality of this wonderful showman.Find out more »
Elbow’s rise over the past two decades has seen them become one of the most important bands in contemporary British music. Since their debut album, 2001’s ‘Asleep At The Back’ their stature has grown with subsequent releases such as ‘Cast of Thousands’, ‘Leaders Of The Free World’, ‘The Seldom Seen Kid’, ‘Build A Rocket Boys’ and 2014’s ‘The Take Off And Landing Of Everything’ that debuted at the top of the U.K. charts. Front man Guy Garvey’s story-telling lyrics have…Find out more »
Join us for live Jazz with Johnny Sax and we will be spinning some contemporary Jazz vinyls. The Jazz Art and Artifacts Exhibition is also running at this venue from the 5th June to 1st July.Find out more »
In 1599 Will Kemp, a comic actor in Shakespeare’s company, decided todance from London to Norwich stopping at a number of towns and villages on the way. Through music of the period and readings from Kemp’s own account Ancestral Voices explore this East Anglian odyssey.Find out more »
The second in a short season of vintage horror classics presented by Colchester soundtrack artist and horror aficionado Jason Frederick. Edward Lionheart (Vincent Price) stars as an actor overlooked for a critics' acting award, despite producing a season of Shakespeare plays. After confronting the Critics' Circle, an attempted suicidal dive into the Thames results in Lionheart being rescued by your typical paraffin/meths/turps swigging tramps. Lionheart then (presumed dead) exacts his grizzly, and quite amusing revenge on the critics who denied…Find out more »
These four hugely talented school friends have taken their love of traditional Irish music and reinvigorated it, enabling them to tour the world and present it to a whole new generation.Find out more »
‘The world’s leading exponent of the Baroque Trumpet’ Virtuoso magazine Crispian has performed with some of the world’s greatest singers, such as Kiri te Kanawa, Emma Kirkby and Bryn Terfel. He has also recorded with popular artists including Led Zeppelin, Kate Bush, Lulu, Cliff Richard, Bob Geldof and Harry Secombe. His largest live audience was 133,000 at the Edinburgh International Festival. Crispian collects and restores antique trumpets, upon which he has performed and recorded with The Academy of Ancient Music,The King’s Consort and The…Find out more »
#JazzOnAThursday takes a break over July and August, so to close the season Kevin Flanagan invites some special guests for a big jam to see you through until Thursday nights recommence in September.Find out more »
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