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Big Top Youth Theatre Festival
A series of student performances and workshops.
The London-based group performs a fusion of Flamenco with world music.
Real Love: A Musical Play
Sky Blue Theatre Company presents John Collings's romance about a mother and a daughter searching for romance.
Jun 23, 7.30pm, mat 3.30pm
Best Of Cambridge Contemporary Dance
Cambridge Contemporary Dance returns to the stage for a full-length show for one night only this June. The company will be presenting a mixed bill of dance, joined by special guests from Cambridge's vibrant dance community, including the nationally acclaimed SIN Cru Dance Theatre. Don't miss this evening that promises to move from the reflective to the comedic, with a soundtrack from Bach to the Beatles, presented by the best of Cambridge's contemporary dance talent.
Cambridge Theatre School And Bodywork Company: Urban Styles
The veteran songwriter and acclaimed guitarist from London, best known for his work with Yes, Asia and GTR, plays progressive rock.
Jun 29, 8pm, doors 7pm
Half Man Half Biscuit
Witty and intelligent rock and post-punk by the band from Birkenhead led by singer and guitarist Nigel Blackwell.
Andrew Maxwell: Banana Kingdom
Social commentary and political observations from the Dublin-born stand-up, star of BBC3's Conspiracy Roadtrip and 2011 Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee for Best Comedy Show.
David Trent: This Is All I Have
Inventive humour and video-assisted stand-up from the Best Newcomer nominee at the 2012 Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Awards.
Dick Biscuit: Private Eye 2
Surreal humour about a Kurt Russell-obsessed detective who solves crimes by talking to his partner his own brain.
Sanderson Jones And Pippa Evans: Joy And Wonder
Atheist-inspired humour and readings from the creators of The Sunday Assembly.
Ed Byrne: Roaring Forties
Observational humour from the Dublin-stand-up and actor about reaching middle age.
Character comedy from Neil Dagley as the German Olympic skier and ladies man.
Ivo Graham: Binoculars
Sharp wit and insightful storytelling from the 2009 So You Think You're Funny? award-winner.
Simon Munnery: Fylm-Makker
The Sony Radio Award-winner presents unusual stand-up comedy into which he incorporates visual sketches, animation, music and multimedia.
Big HowardLittle Howard
An interactive animated family comedy.
Glenn Wool: This Road Has Tolls
Political humour and cultural observations from the Canadian stand-up and TV regular, recently seen touring as part of The Lumberjacks with Craig Campbell and Stewart Francis.
Jeff Innocent: Comedy For Grown Ups
Subversive observations and surreal stories and anecdotes, plus a guest comedian, a quiz and audience interaction.
Social observations and energetic stand-up from the improviser, actor and 2009 FHM Search For A Stand-Up Competition winner.
Don Alder, Dan LaVoie, Justin King, Stuart Masters
Blues, folk and world music from the award-winning fingerstyle guitarist.
Jul 22, 8pm, doors 7pm
Mike Heron & Trembling Bells
The Glasgow-based four-piece and the Edinburgh-born singer-songwriter and founder of The Incredible String Band performs contemporary folk and country.
Jul 23, 8pm, doors 7pm
Toots And The Maytals
The Jamaican band are long-established pioneers of ska and reggae.
Lee Nelson Live: Warm Up Show
Comic banter from the lovable rogue - the alter-ego of character comic Simon Brodkin.
State Of The Union
Boo Hewerdine and Brooks Williams play folk songs.
A mix of alternative acoustic and indie-rock from the London-based singer-songwriter and musician.
The singer-songwriter and ex-Del Amitri frontman performs urban-inspired pop-rock.
Felix Dennis: Did I Mention The Free Wine 2013: Reading
The critically acclaimed poet reads from his work.
Comedy songs from the musician.
Sep 14, 8pm, doors 7pm
Neil Innes: Another Chance To Get It Right
The humorist presents a solo show lightened with musical comedy and anecdotes recalling his BBC2 television series, and legendary collaborations with the Monty Python team, The Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band and The Rutles.
Martin Carthy & Dave Swarbrick
Traditional and contemporary folk by the renowned singer-guitarist and the fiddler.
The Liverpool-based singer-songwriter plays folk and alt rock form the album The Pond.
Alex Horne: Lies
Inventive and thought-provoking humour from the writer and leader of The Horne Section.
The singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist performs sweeping folk.
Mark Thomas: 100 Acts Of Minor Dissent
Anarchic and satirical humour as the stand-up and political activist catalogues his attempts to make 100 actions of mischief in one year.
The four-piece from Birmingham plays alternative pop songs filled with sun drenched hooklines and exuberant grooves.
Sep 24, 8pm, doors 7pm
Adriano Adewale & Benjamim Taubkin
The London-based, Sao Paulo-born composer and percussionist blends the musical traditions of Nigeria, Angola and Brazil with jazz rhythms with his accompanying artist.
Nina Conti: Dolly Mixtures
Ventriloquism and character comedy from the acclaimed comic.
Marcel Lucont: Gallic Symbol
Character comedy from Alexis Dubus as the sharp and quick-witted Frenchman and 2012 Amused Moose Award-winner for the Best Comedy Show of Edinburgh Fringe.
Martin Taylor & Martin Simpson
Folk and jazz songs from the pairing of guitarist Martin Taylor and singer-songwriter and slide guitarist Martin Simpson.
Steve Hughes: While It's Still Legal
The Australian stand-up and former heavy metal drummer offers hard-edged social commentary and political satire.
The Edinburgh-formed five-piece plays Gypsy and Balkan-style jazz and folk-punk.
Cheeky and upbeat humour and offbeat observations about life from the South East London-born stand-up and 2010 Amused Moose Laugh Off winner.
The four-piece from Silver Lake, California performs psychedelic indie-folk and soft rock in support of its second studio album, Hummingbird.
The reformed four-piece collective, fronted by controversial rock-star and ex-Libertines frontman Pete Doherty, performs it's garage-rock and post-punk brand of indie.
Henning Wehn: Henning Knows Bestest
The self-styled German Comedy Ambassador To Great Britain takes a satirical look at stereotypes of his home country.
The band performs a fusion of Celtic and other western music styles with traditional Baka music from Cameroon.
James Acaster: Lawnmower
Stories, anecdotes and audience interaction from the 2010 Laughing Boy New Act Of The Year, Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee 2012 and Kettering-born stand-up.
Irish folk and jazz by the Galway-born vocalist.
Martha Tilston, The Scientists
The BBC Radio 2 Folk Award-nominated singer-songwriter performs sweeping indie-folk from the album Machines Of Love And Grace.
Musical comedy and sharp one-liners from the vivacious singer and pianist.
Singer Elena Tonra fronts the experimental, London-based three-piece in a performance of brooding, ethereal folk-rock.
Oct 26, 8pm, doors 7pm
Indie-pop by the Buxton-born singer-songwriter and ex-frontman of 1980s group, Lloyd Cole And The Commotions.
Megson, The Young Uns
Award-winning contemporary folk duo comprised of husband and wife Stu and Debbie Hanna.
Observational character comedy and anecdotes about his life reflecting upon the recent death of his father.
Dr Phil Hammond: Games To Play With Your Doctor
The TV regular suggests novel ways of engaging with the National Heath Service.
Nov 2, 8pm, doors 7pm
The Dan Gillespie Sells-fronted quintet from Horsham, West Sussex performs sweeping power-pop and soft indie, including the hit single Love It When You Call.
Nov 2, 8pm, doors 7pm
The award-winning band blend bagpipes with traditional guitar to create Scottish style music.
The Dylan Project: Bob Dylan Tribute
Matt Richardson: Hometown Hero
Intelligent and energetic observational humour from the 2012 winner of Dave's Leicester Comedy Festival Best New Show award.
Roisin Conaty: Lifehunter
Intelligent wit about searching for things in life, from love to personal belongings from the 2010 Best Newcomer at the Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Awards.
Emily Barker & The Red Clay Halo
The Australian singer-songwriter leads her contemporary folk outfit.
The three-piece from Duluth, Minnesota, plays harmonious and melodic indie-rock to promote its album The Invisible Way.
Paul Foot: Words
Surreal and chaotic humour from the 2013 Sydney Comedy Award-winning stand-up.
Stephen K Amos: The Spokesman
Feelgood humour, observations and stories from the stand-up, actor and three-time Chortle Award nominee.
Folk-rock and acoustic indie-rock from the London-based, guitar playing duo of Olly Knights and Gale Paridjanian.
Nov 16, 8pm, doors 7pm
Kathryn Roberts And Sean Lakeman
The vocalist and guitarist perform folk and traditional music.
New Model Army
Classic agit-rock with punky overtones played with conviction and intensity by Justin Sullivan and colleagues.
John Lees’ Barclay James Harvest, Giltrap, Wakeman
The Oldham-born singer and guitarist performs progressive art-rock and folk-rock as part of the four-piece collective.
Nov 21, 8pm, doors 7pm
The Oxford-born singer-songwriter and guitarist performs folk-rock to promote the album Don't Stop Singing.
Black Star Riders
Hard rock by the Los Angeles-based band formed mainly of ex-members of Thin Lizzy.
Nov 26, 8pm, doors 7pm
The London-born singer-songwriter performs mainstream jazz in support of the album The Sea Cabinet.
Trevor Noah: The Racist
Sharp wit and intelligent commentary from the South African comic.
The kora player from Mali performs contemporary world music with accompanying musicians.
The Oxford-based four-piece, who often perform with guest members, performs new wave indie-folk and pop-rock to promote the album Tales From Terra Firma.
Dr Feelgood, Nine Below Zero
The originators of the rhythm'n'blues pub-rock sound perform.
Adrian Edmondson And The Bad Shepherds
The comedian, known for his role in The Young Ones, performs folk versions of punk songs with piper Troy Donockley and fiddle-player Andy Dinan.
Indie-rock by the five-piece band who originate from York.
Dec 17, 8pm, doors 7pm
Andrew Lawrence Is Coming To Get You
Vitriolic humour from the former double Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee and regular performer on Channel 4's Stand Up For The Week.
World fusion and Afrobeat by the six-piece group from Harare, Zimbabwe.
.Asian music by the lap steel guitarist from Kolkata.
The multi-instrumentalist from Show Of Hands plays a blend of folk, blues and country.
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