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A major arts, crafts, music and literary festival in the 15 beautiful churches in the North Hinckford benefice on the Essex side of the River Stour. The event celebrates the range of local talent in the creative arts in our 15 communities. Our diverse programme gives visitors an opportunity not only to enjoy a wide range of creative events but also to explore the beautiful churches set in stunning countryside of the South Stour Valley. Each parish is hosting at…Find out more »
The Suffolk Festival of Performing Arts is for people of all ages and a wide range of abilities. Amateur musicians, singers, dancers and actors have the chance to perform in a friendly and supportive environment, with the constructive advice of a professional adjudicator. Most classes are competitive, but we encourage a friendly atmosphere in which the emphasis is not on winning, but on celebrating a wealth of talent, dedication and achievement. Come and see the Music Classes at Woodbridge School,…Find out more »
The Struts released their sophomore album YOUNG&DANGEROUS in the fall of 2018. On YOUNG&DANGEROUS, The Struts let loose with the sing-along-ready and riff-heavy sound they’ve brought to stadiums and arenas all around the world. YOUNG&DANGEROUS follows the 2016 release of The Struts’ debut album Everybody Wants. In just a few years, The Struts have found themselves massively embraced by some of the greatest icons in rock-and-roll history. Along with opening for Foo Fighters, The Rolling Stones, The Who, and Guns N’ Roses, the U.K.-bred four-piece was also hand-picked by Mötley Crüe to…Find out more »
The Suffolk Festival of Performing Arts is for people of all ages and a wide range of abilities. Amateur musicians, singers, dancers and actors have the chance to perform in a friendly and supportive environment, with the constructive advice of a professional adjudicator. Most classes are competitive, but we encourage a friendly atmosphere in which the emphasis is not on winning, but on celebrating a wealth of talent, dedication and achievement. Come and see the Choral and Vocal Classes at…Find out more »
"The band’s wild, kinetic post-punk is as much a visual offering as it is an auditory one. They are strange and they are odd, producing frenzied, unsettled krautrock that is somehow danceable, and they’ve developed a reputation for their costumed attire and penchant for putting on brutal live performances.” Line Of Best FitFind out more »
JD Simo's brand of blues is like the surge of sound from a classic car, say a Chevy V-8. It starts with a roar, then a rumble. Then a low, throaty hum. The explosion of the gas in the cylinders are like emotional triggers - liberating, visceral. Intense. JD Simo's style of blues reminds us of that Chevy V-8. He's a classic car, hard-charging, built for speed. But like a good mechanic, he knows what's under the hood. He's learned…Find out more »
Glymjack’s music is pitched somewhere between the gritty Americana of Nebraska-era Bruce Springsteen and the string-laden indie-folk of Blue Rose Code. Live, Greg McDonald is joined in an acoustic duo line-up by fiddle virtuoso Gemma Gayner, expanding to a trio with bassist Dickon Collinson, delivering a high energy, harmony-rich set of hard-hitting original songs and English folk tunes, which has brought the house down at Cambridge Folk Festival and Broadstairs Folk Week. The line-up tours the UK throughout 2019. Glymjack’s…Find out more »
A genre-defying tribal pop/experimental worldbeat outfit with roots in both England and Bahrain, Flamingods‘ dizzying blend of traditional African and Middle Eastern music, psych-folk, and prog falls somewhere in between the Avalanches, Konono Nº1, Animal Collective, and Goat.Find out more »
part of Wild Paths Festival Rosie Lowe is a singer & songwriter whose mostly downbeat material draws from R&B as much as contemporary electronic music. Born in Exeter, she had an unconventional upbringing — she was raised in a wooden house built by her father that did not have a television. She studied at Goldsmiths, university of London, where she took a course in popular music and taught herself how to use production software. Chloé Bodur 20-year-old singer-songwriter from North…Find out more »
TOVA, an off-kilter four-piece rock band from the UK, blend the in-your-face swagger of Foals and Queens Of The Stone Age with the sensitivity of Radiohead, TOVA’s niche blend of influence is set to immerse their audience in a frenzy of intensity and emotion. “TOVA evolved from the subconscious nag of a thought many years ago into its present self in 2018. Friends and hopes that had drifted out to sea and sunk in the wreckage of life were hauled…Find out more »
A Celebration Of Black History Month with Lawrence Walker and Powerhouse Gospel ChoirFind out more »
The Bell Inn's monthly open mic night. Players of all styles and ability warmly welcomed, together with anyone who just wants to enjoy the entertainment with a few drinks and maybe a bite to eat. All equipment providedFind out more »
Wild Paths is a multi-venue, city-wide music festival in the heart of Norwich; a weekend of events taking over all of the city’s best-loved music venues and showcasing an eclectic mix of emergent and established artists. There’ll be music from the likes of Jose Gonzalez, Simian Mobile Disco (DJ), The Magic Gang, Franc Moody, Crazy P (DJ), Yazmin Lacey, Ruby Rushton, Black Honey, Demob Happy, Anna Meredith and many more. Alongside the music there’s also Wild Paths themed after-parties, drinks…Find out more »
ALAN BARNES & MARK NIGHTINGALE play ELLINGTON and STRAYHORNFind out more »
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