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The veteran singer-songwriter from Southport, who came to fame as a member of the chart-topping duo Soft Cell, performs synthpop, electro and new wave.
With a string of hits including Don't You (Forget About Me) and Alive & Kicking, Jim Kerr and his long-time collaborator Charlie Burchill bring their latest line-up with an epic two-set show that will take you from the first hits all the way to the present day.
The Mercury Music Prize-nominated, Hampshire-born singer-songwriter performs her contemporary folk originals.
Mike & The Mechanics
Genesis guitarist Mike Rutherford leads his band as it plays a mix of soft rock and pop-rock, performing classics including Living Years, All I Need Is A Miracle, Over My Shoulder and Another Cup Of Coffee to celebrate its 25th anniversary.
Public Service Broadcasting
The London-based two-piece blend samples from old public information films, archive footage and propaganda material with electronica and rock.
Mexrrissey (Mexico Goes Morrrissey)
Mexican brass and accordion led combo re-imagine the songs of The Smiths lead vocalist.
Apr 29, 7.30pm-9.45pm
Count Arthur Strong: Somebody Up There Licks Me
Character comedy from the radio and TV personality.
Reginald D Hunter: The Man Who Attempted To Do So Much As Such
Observational and provocative humour from the UK-based, Georgia-born stand-up.
The Irish singer embarks on her last UK tour - The Last Call - offering a musical, anecdotal farewell.
Belle And Sebastian
Introspective indie-pop from the jaunty collective, who formed in Glasgow in the mid 1990s and received an Outstanding Contribution To Music Award at the 2014 NME Awards.
The Durham-born singer-songwriter and musician, who first topped the UK singles chart with Roxy Music, performs in support of his solo album, Avonmore. With support from Judith Owen.
Contemporary blues by the singer-songwriter who hails from Los Angeles.
Reggae, pop and soft rock songs by the veteran Birmingham-formed band, known for the hits Red Red Wine, Don't Break My Heart and I Got You Babe.
Folk and traditional Irish singer and musician.
Milton Jones And The Temple Of Daft
Dry and deadpan one-liners from the surreal stand-up, regular Mock The Week panelist and Sony Award-winning radio star.
Folk-rock by the well-established Glasgow-born singer-songwriter, famous for Year Of The Cat.
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Rory Macdonald conducts Glinka's Ruslan And Ludmilla Overture, Grieg's Piano Concerto, Ravel's Mother Goose Suite and Stravinsky's The Firebird Suite, with Freddy Kempf, piano.
May 30, 7.30pm-9.45pm
Stewart Francis: Pun Gent
Surreal and deadpan one-liners from the Canadian stand-up and TV regular seen on Mock The Week and Live At The Apollo.
The Glasgow-born entertainer and TV personality performs pop hits and songs from musical theatre.
Elvis Costello: Detour
The veteran singer-songwriter and guitarist, born Declan Patrick MacManus, plays from a selection of his pub rock and new wave hits including Alison, Watching The Detectives and Pump It Up.
Stewart Lee: A Room With A Stew
Subversive and deconstructive humour as the stand-up and former comedic partner of Richard Herring works on new material for his BBC 2 series Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle.
Jimmy Carr: Funny Business
Acerbic wit and dark, deadpan one-liners and stories from the controversial and provocative stand-up and 8 Out Of 10 Cats host.
Ben And Holly's Little Kingdom
An enchanting and magical musical adventure packed full of games, songs and laughter.
mat Jun 27, 4pm, Jun 27 & 28, 1pm, Jun 28, 10am
£18, concs £16, family £57
The Chicago-born vocalist, known as the front-woman for 1970s soul outfit The Staple Singers, performs rhythm'n'blues.
An Evening With The Overtones
The platinum-selling, British-Irish-Australian vocal five-piece, embark on a nationwide tour, in support of their fourth studio album, Sweet Soul Music.
Orquesta Filarmonica De Mexico UNAM
The orchestra, violinist Tamsin Little, pianist Jorge Federico Osorio and saxophonist Rodrigo Garibay perform Vaughan Williams's The Lark Ascending, works by Chavez, Piazzolla and Marquez and Gershwin's Rhapsody In Blue. Conducted by Jan Latham Koenig.
Aliens Love Underpants: Big Wooden Horse (Over 3s)
Adaptation of the illustrated children's book.
Jul 25, 12.30pm & 3.30pm, Jul 26, 10am, 1pm & 4pm
Trailer Park Boys: Drunk, High And Unemployed
Mockumentary-style crime and sketches from Ricky, Julian and Bubbles.
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.
The veteran pop combo performs in support of its album From The Cradle To The Grave.
Trevor Noah: Lost In Translation
Social and cultural observations from the South African stand-up.
The Robert Cray Band
The Grammy Award-winning blues-rock musician performs with his backing group.
Pop singer-songwriter and former contestant on ITV's The X Factor.
Bill Bailey: Limboland
Imaginative musical comedy and offbeat humour from the writer and actor.
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.
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 alt rock band performs its third album Pills 'N' Thrills And Bellyaches in full, alongside b-sides and other hits.
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.
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.
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