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Around The World In 80 Days
Join Phileas Fogg and his faithful servant Passpartout in their audacious plan to navigate the globe in just 80 days.
Dec 11, 22 & 23, 30, 7pm, Dec 16 & 17, 5pm, mats Dec 13 & 14, 20-22, 24, 27-30, Jan 1-4, 3pm, Dec 13 & 14, 20 & 21, 24, 29, Jan 2-4, 11am
Christmas Fiver Fest
Indie and rock night featuring Treehead, The Staycations, 28 Boulevard, The Fiction, The Avenues and The Bassments.
Dec 19, 6.45pm, doors
The contemporary singer-songwriter plays folk-flavoured songs with guitarist Mark Fowell.
White Noise New Year's Eve
House, grime, garage, UK funky, D&B courtesy of Redlight and guests Got Some, Apexape, Kideko, Vendetta, Boca-J, Tanjo and Gareth Gray.
The American singer and guitarist, best known as a founder of Dinosaur Jr, performs alternative rock and hardcore punk to support the album Tied To A Star.
The band who come from Tennessee performs its novel mixture of bluegrass and heavy rock, with both original material and covers of well-known rock songs.
Sara Pascoe Vs History
Intelligent observations and quirky storytelling from the actress and stand-up.
Cambridge Storytellers: The Grateful And The Dead, By Ben Haggarty
Ben Haggarty recounts a fairy tale for grown-ups, and then converses with Kevin Crossley Holland.
Alun Cochrane: (Me Neither)
Cheerfully miserable observational humour from the stand-up.
Modern acoustic covers band.
This six-piece band who are based in London performs its contemporary folk material.
Irish folk pop duo Alfie and Harry Hudson-Taylor, who formed in 2011 and supported Jake Bugg on tour.
Jim Boyes With Belinda O'Hooley: Sensations Of A Wound
Traditional songs and piano accompaniment based on Boyes's grandfather's experiences in the First World War.
Dylan Moran: Warm Up
Dry wit and surreal flights of fancy as the award-winning stand-up, actor, creator and star of C4 sitcom Black Books works on new material ahead of a forthcoming tour.
The band comprising Andy Cutting, Sam Sweeney and Rob Harbron performs traditional folk.
The band of sisters delivers pin-point harmonies alongside exceptional lyrics.
George Brant's lyrical drama about a female fighter pilot who can no longer fly now that she's pregnant. Instead, she sits in an air-conditioned trailer in Las Vegas flying remote-controlled drones over the Middle East. She struggles through surreal 12-hour shifts hunting terrorists by day and being a wife and mother by night.
Theatre that targets assumptions about war, family, and what it is to be a woman. The protagonist is a pregnant hot-rod F16 fighter pilot. Her career in the sky is over. Now, she sits in an air-conditioned trailer in Las Vegas flying remote-controlled drones over the Middle East. She struggles through surreal 12-hour shifts far from the battlefield, hunting terrorists by day and being a wife and mother by night.
Kathryn Tickell And The Side
The fiddle-playing vocalist performs traditional, acoustic folk with her band.
The hip hop collective whose conscious rap songs include People Everyday and Mr Wendal, embark on a headline tour.
Trio Da Kali
The Mali-based outfit performs its world music originals.
Josie Long: Cara Josephine
Triple comedy award nominee and cult optimist is back with a new show about love and being outdoorsy as a bear. Best Newcomer 2006.
The Newcastle-based three-piece plays a mix of indie and pop-rock.
Lewis Schaffer Is Free Until Famous
Fast-talking, award-winning New York comic.
The London-based collective performs its melange of world and reggae.
Electro-pop with slow grooves, inspired by medicine and neuroscience.
Michael McGoldrick, John Doyle & John McCusker
Simon Amstell: To Be Free
Following sold out residencies in New York and London, Simon Amstell peddles angst-ridden musings on the vagaries of modern life, embracing themes of freedom, joy, love, death, adventure, art, peace, sex, regret, success, eating, suffering, dreaming, healing and forgiving.
Tiff Stevenson: Optimist
On cloud nine one minute and battling your inner critic the next? In 2012 Tiff was awarded Stutter's Spirit of the Fringe. In 2013 she had an operation on her tongue, drank Everyday Vodka and spent too much time arguing on forums. In her new show Tiffany explores the possibility of optimism in a world full of Kardashians and guns. As seen on Never Mind the Buzzcocks, Next Week's News, 7 Day Saturday and Only Joking.
Lee Nelson: Suited And Booted
Lee Nelson is back with a brand new show. You may have seen him host Live at the Apollo or caught him trying to join the England Squad as Premier League footballer Jason Bent. Now see Lee live in his highly anticipated nationwide tour.
The Belfast-based singer-songwriter performs his alternative folk and pop material.
Award-winning contemporary folk duo comprised of husband and wife Stu and Debbie Hanna.With support from Seth Lakeman, Jess Morgan, The Willows
Mar 22, 11.30am & 2.30pm
Stiff Little Fingers
The veteran Belfast-based outfit, led by singer, guitarist and founding-member Jake Burns, plays its energetic punk-rock hits.
The guitarist who originates from Blackpool performs an original mix of blues, folk and rock. With support from Nick Harper and Keston Cobblers Club.
Richard Herring: Lord Of The Dance Settee
The veteran stand-up comic covers weighty issues like death, love, religion and spam javelins.
The Larry Miller Band
The band plays blues-rock.
Austentatious: An Improvised Jane Austen Novel
Each day, an all-star cast improvise a brand new Austen work based on audience suggestions. Full of swooning bonnets, stolen looks and dashing gents.
Seann Walsh: 28
Observational storytelling from the 2013 Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee and star of Channel 4's Stand Up For The Week and BBC1's Live At The Apollo.
The band who were originally formed in 1969 performs its classic hard rock and heavy metal material, both old and new.
Apr 17, phone for times
The former Bible songsmith plays folk-pop.
The singer from Ukraine performs folk music from her native land.
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