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Battle Of Britain Memorial Concert
The award-winning virtuosi GUS Band and soprano Laura Wright perform together in a memorable evening of music in a 'Last Night Of The Proms' style.
Nigel Kennedy's Hendrix Project
The maverick violinist is joined by guitarists Doug Boyle and Julian Buschberger, drummer Adam Czerwinski, bassist Tomasz Kupiec and percussionist Orphy Robinson for intense renditions of Jimi Hendrix classics such as Little Wing, Fire, and Purple Haze.
Trailer Park Boys: Drunk, High And Unemployed
Mockumentary-style crime and sketches from Ricky, Julian and Bubbles.
Ultimate Eagles: Eagles Tribute
The established combo plays the hits of the classic US rock band, including numbers such as Hotel California and Lyin' Eyes.
Richard Thompson Electric Trio
Multi award-winning folk-rock singer-songwriter.
One of the world's most beloved classical violinists performs Vivaldi's Four Seasons and Tchaikovsky's Souvenir De Florence.
Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra
Michael Sanderling conducts a performance of Wagner's Meistersinger Overture, Schumann's Piano Concerto and Brahms's Symphony No 4. With pianist, Peter Donohoe.
Oct 1, phone for times
Dara O Briain: Crowd Tickler
Fast-paced and intelligent wit from the Irish stand-up and TV regular, as seen on BBC Two's topical panel show Mock The Week and Dave's School Of Hard Sums.
The Hitchin-based singer-songwriter performs his indie-pop material.
Lord of the Flies
An energetic performance of William Golding's adventure about stranded boys.
The veteran pop combo performs in support of its album From The Cradle To The Grave.
Stephen Triffitt: Frank Sinatra Tribute
The singer and his accompanying musicians performs all the classics of the American singer.
Chico & The Gypsies
The multi-platinum-selling French collective performs its brand of rumba, flamenco and Latin pop-rock.
An Evening With Sir Roger Moore: Talk
The James Bond star chats with biographer Gareth Owen.
Trevor Noah: Lost In Translation
Social and cultural observations from the South African stand-up.
The synth-wielding five-piece from London play neon electronica.
The Robert Cray Band
The Grammy Award-winning blues-rock musician performs with his backing group.
Go West & Nik Kershaw
The veteran duo of Peter Cox and Richard Drummie, known for the hits We Close Our Eyes and King Of Wishful Thinking, performs pop, dance and blue-eyed soul songs alongside the singer-songwriter. With support from Carole Decker of T'Pau.
The Sheffield-born singer-songwriter, who was formerly a member of Longpigs and Pulp, plays alternative pop and country from his album Hollow Meadows.
The American bassist and composer performs jazz.
£27.50 & £35, under 26 NUS £12.50
Veteran rock'n'roll ensemble influenced by soul, gospel and folk music.
The internationally acclaimed stand-up and Sunday Night At The Palladium star performs his most recent material.
Pop singer-songwriter and former contestant on ITV's The X Factor.
Will Young: Love Revolution
The pop singer-songwriter performs in support of his album 85% Proof.
Bill Bailey: Limboland
Imaginative musical comedy and offbeat humour from the writer and actor.
Catfish And The Bottlemen
The four-piece band from Llandudno performs garage-rock and post-punk, with rock'n'roll and indie-pop influences.
Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel
Pop-rock by the veteran singer-songwriter and his band, who are probably best known for the anthemic number one single, Make Me Smile (Come Up And See Me).
The latest show from the dance troupe, led by creator Ashley Banjo, featuring a selection of energetic street dance-based routines, performed to a range of music.
Indie-rock band from Manchester, led by Matthew Healy.
Nov 19, phone for times
Marina & The Diamonds
The indie-pop singer-songwriter performs in support of her fifth album, Froot.
Indie-rock band from London.
Alternative rock band from Edinburgh formed by Mike Scott and famous for the song The Whole Of The Moon, performing in support of their album Modern Blues.
The Lowestoft-born Hawkins brothers lead the flamboyant band as they perform their glam-flavoured hard rock.
The alt rock band performs its third album Pills 'N' Thrills And Bellyaches in full, alongside b-sides and other hits.
Lianne La Havas
London-born acoustic folk and soul singer.
The choirmaster, singer and television personality, embarks on a nationwide tour.
Rebecca Ferguson: Lady Sings The Blues
The jazz singer performs songs from her album.
The Sheffield-born singer-songwriter and veteran guitarist, best known as a musician as part of Ace, Roxy Music and Squeeze, performs pop-rock.
25 Years Of Reeves And Mortimer
The surreal British comedy duo presents a selection of classic characters alongside new material.
Classic pop as the singer and actor performs his Ten Good Reasons album in full, plus hits from throughout his career.
Ed Byrne: Outside Looking In
Observational humour from the Dublin-born stand-up and actor.
Sarah Millican: Outsider
Wry observations from the Geordie stand-up, writer, star of BBC 2's The Sarah Millican Show and the 2011 British Comedy Award winner for The People's Choice Queen Of Comedy.
Scott Bradlee & Postmodern Jukebox
The New York-based group performs pop and rock covers.
The five-piece vocal group who won Britain's Got Talent, performs a selection of showtunes.
Bellowhead: The Farewell Tour
Folk veterans Jon Boden and John Spiers embark on a two-part farewell tour through 2015 and 2016, playing various instruments including bouzoukis, banjos, flugelhorn and wind-up toys.
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