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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 »
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 »
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 »
Raymond Froggatt, a stalwart of the music industry, a star 50 years in the making, returns to St Peters. Froggie has spent 50 years treading the boards, writing and singing songs that have been covered by so many other major artists including Isaac Hayes and Sir Elton John. He was songwriter for Sir Cliff Richard for ten years and the Dave Clark Five had a massive hit with one of Froggie’scompositions - ‘In and Out of the Red Balloon’. Raymond Froggatt writes and sings his own songs, mesmerising his…Find out more »
The third Sunday of each month can only mean one thing; it’s time for the Briarbank’s Sunday Jazz. Visit the Briarbank Bar and Brewery on Sunday 17th March and enjoy an afternoon of live jazz from some great musiciansFind out more »
A double-bill of Chris Dowding (solo) and Centre of Clouds (the new collaboration between Chris Dowding and Morris Masada). Chris' solo set emerged from writing a series of short poems, which he then translated into musical notes using an alphabet system. The setup features trumpet, looper and laptop synth, with shifting melodies, hypnotic patterns and abstract beats. Centre of Clouds is a duo using open-tuned acoustic, trumpet and electronics to create tuneful improvisations built up from loops and repeating phrases.…Find out more »
Drums, mics and amps provided. Just bring your instruments or your sticks and get involved. All abilities welcome 5pm - 7pmFind out more »
Pregoblin + Avalanche Party + Cult of Dom Keller Pregoblin is formed of an array of artists ranging from Jessica Winters of the indie synth-pop outfit Will Sin For Love and ex-Fat White Family musician Joseph Pancucci to ex-Jamie T drummer Ben Bones. They stand out from the alternative rock and punk hallmark sound of their peers, as 'Combustion' shows, they have adopted a more jovial, bold, and disco-inspired direction.Find out more »
Sarah Jane Morris: Sweet Little Mystery - The Music Of John MartynFind out more »
John Coghlan's Quo featuring John Coghlan - The Heartbeat of Quo. Original Quo drummer John Coghlan, with his great band, brings you a night of vintage Quo from the period he performed with Status Quo 1962 - 1981. John Coghlan joined Francis Rossi and Alan Lancaster in their newly-formed band ‘The Spectres’ in 1962. The group went through a series of name changes, including Traffic Jam, before becoming Status Quo in the late 60s when Rick Parfitt also joined the line-up. In…Find out more »
Since his early beginnings as a classical child prodigy, then training as a classical concert pianist, and later changing over to jazz, contemporary composition and creative music in 1983, John Law has gained the reputation as being one of Europe's leading jazz pianist/composers. 'One of the UK’s most imaginative and versatile jazz pianists.' International Piano Magazine John Law-keyboard Sam Crockatt-saxes James Agg-bass Paolo Adamo-drumsFind out more »
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