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Sparks

Sparks release ‘What The Hell Is It This Time?’, the new single from the highly anticipated album Hippopotamus (due September 8th 2017). Sparks are famed for writing songs about unlikely subjects and do not disappoint with ‘What The Hell Is It This Time?’ – “an often uttered phrase when people …

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Carly Paoli

Carly Paoli has been delighting audiences throughout the world, having shared stages with Andrea Bocelli, José Carreras and Elaine Paige, and you can count the Pope and Prince Charles amongst her fans. Now the classical singer is coming home to the UK to tour with one of the country’s most …

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Paolo Morena

In May, Paolo Morena attended the 10th Annual Panic Awards and was voted “SOLO PERFORMER OF THE DECADE”.  A testament to the dedication that the Essex songwriter has shown as a writer and performer over the past 10 years and the huge respect that he is held in.   Paolo’s …

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The Dream Of Gerontius

THE DREAM OF GERONTIUS, EDWARD ELGAR ROYAL HOSPITAL SCHOOL SATURDAY 17TH JUNE 2017 I like to listen to music in the bath.  Really listen to it.  That’s the one place where I don’t have a phone, laptop, TV or any other distracting device (including husband’s minute-by-minute commentary of his every …

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Sensing Nature

An arts organisation is set to explore nature’s sounds with a live outdoor musical performance. Waveney & Blyth Arts’ new event will highlight the sounds made by animals, birds and insects native to Norfolk, with outdoor musical performances this summer. The Sensing Nature performances, at Thornham Walks, near Eye, will …

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Battle Proms

How would you like to be heading to The Battle Proms at Hatfield House (Hertfordshire) on the 15th July? Well, we’re giving you a chance to be there! The Battle Proms picnic concert takes place in the Queen Elizabeth Oak Field in the leafy parkland at Hatfield House. Legend has it that it was beneath one of …

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Some Guys Have All The Luck

From street busker to international superstar and now verging on becoming a national treasure – Rod Stewart has swaggered, charmed and crooned his way through 46 years of a versatile and enduring rock career. Last year, his UK tour brought him to Norwich’s Carrow Road stadium and it also saw …

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The Style Councillors

How would you like see The Style Councillors at The Apex, in Bury on the 7th July, 7.30pm? Well, we’re giving you a chance to be there! Paul Weller left The Jam in 1982 in order to incorporate more elements of soul, R&B, and jazz into his songwriting. His lyrics remained typically earnest, yet his leftist …

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Palomar in Beccles

Beccles Public Hall is supporting people with memory loss. Since the Public Hall team has been successful in their bid to become a Dementia Friendly organisation to fund a support group called Forget-me-not at the Hall twice a month (on the first Tuesday and third Monday in the month), support …

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The Suffolk Villages Festival

The Suffolk Villages Festival, now in its 30th year, brings high-quality performances of early music to rural East Anglia. Its principal venues are the fine historic wool churches of Stoke by Nayland, Boxford, Nayland and Sudbury, situated to the north of the River Stour and Dedham Vale. The artistic director, …

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THEIA

Hailing from the heart of England’s ale brewing capital, on the edge of the National Forest, Burton-on-Trent, three-piece, THEIA, have harnessed the rugged terrain of the Peak District to bring the world their blend of hard rock n roll. It’s a classic rock feel for the modern era, played with …

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Latest On Latitude Festival

Now in its 12th edition, Latitude Festival once again sets the bar high for summer festivals, with a host of new names added to the line up across the Music stages, Music & Film Arena and talks in the Wellcome Trust Arena, the Speakeasy and the Faraway Forest. Latitude Festival …

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Swinging 60’s Nostalgia

Brian Poole, Alan Blakley started the Tremilos (the original Tremeloes) in early 1958 while still at School. This was the age of Rock & Roll, and friends wanted them to play at small venues and cinemas asked them to play during the intervals between films. Playing their predominantly Buddy Holly …

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The Sugarhill Gang

OEP Live! are pleased to present The Sugarhill Gang and guests to The Apex, Bury St Edmunds on Thursday, 27th July.   As the age of disco drew to a close, music fans the world over were ready for an injection of freshness. In 1979, in Englewood, New Jersey, a …

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Letters Over Numbers

I wasn’t very good at maths at school.  Really bad, in fact.  Bottom group for me, but still, we had a whole load of fun in our class and there was something I did kind of grasp: algebra (I’ve always favoured letters over numbers.)  However, there’s one equation I really …

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Leaone

LEAONE (pronounced ‘Lee-own’) is a smouldering new talent from Beccles in Suffolk. Ostensibly one man with a deep, rich vocal sound which has seen him described as the missing link between Leonard Cohen and Lana Del Rey, ‘Oh My Sweetest Sin’ is Leaone’s debut EP following 2016’s lush, lovelorn DIY …

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A Transatlantic Evening

The Georgia Shackleton Trio present this very special one-off collaborative Transatlantic Session, at Norwich Arts Centre on Thursday 15th June. Featuring Norwich’s own; Alden, Patterson and Dashwood, and US old-time duo; Hen’s Teeth. The evening will feature a set from each act, presenting one-off formations of GST + APD, as …

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Jazz Musings

THIS year’s Ipswich Jazz Festival is being held towards the end of this month and tickets are now on sale. It starts on Friday, June 23 with a South African, Township style jazz concert by trumpeter Claude Deppa and the Clare Hirst Band at The Manor Ballroom. That concert is …

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The Pure Floyd Show

Super Saturday Night Entertainment at the Public Hall.  A week on Saturday, on the 10th June at 7.30pm, the Beccles Public Hall team will be welcoming back the excellent tribute band to Pink Floyd, The Pure Floyd Show – a must-see for all Pink Floyd fans! Following last year’s run …

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Elgar’s Masterpiece at RHS

On Saturday 17th June 2017, the Chapel Choir of the Royal Hospital School, National Youth Choir of Great Britain Fellowship, Phoenix Singers and Holbrook Choral Society will join forces with the acclaimed Reade Orchestra for a performance of Elgar’s Dream of Gerontius in the stunning RHS Chapel. This work is …

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