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Hammer And Tongue Cambridge
Fay Roberts hosts a poetry slam.
Apr 3, May 1, Jun 5, Sep 4, Oct 2, Nov 6, Dec 10, 7.45pm, doors 7.15
£7.50, adv £4, adv concs £6
A monthly showcase of the best up and coming acoustic talent from the East of England.
May 16, Jun 13, Jul 29, Sep 18, Oct 2, Nov 7, Dec 18, 7pm, doors
The Birmingham-based collective, formed in 2012, perform indie-rock.
Sonic Pi Introduction To Coding: Workshop
Learn more about the music-making computer software Sonic Pi with Dr Sam Aaron.
The five-piece collective from Georgia, Atlanta, performs energetic rock and metal.
The artist plays indie-country rock with support from I Strip For Couples.
Jesterlarf Comedy Club
Ninia Benjamin headlines with her tour-de-force brand of stand-up. Plus passive ranting and surreal storytelling from Danny Ward, one-liners from Mark Simmons and compere for the night is Ed Gamble.
Dec 4, 8.30pm, doors 7.45pm
Sean Mcloughlin: Whatever It Takes
Humorous personal anecdotes about conflicting circumstances from the up-and-coming stand-up.
Drum'n'bass, garage and house.
Fish: Farewell to Childhood
Progressive rock from the singer-songwriter and former Marillion frontman, AKA Derek William Dick.
Snow White And Rose Red (Over 5s)
RashDash presents a fairy tale-like drama which follows the adventures of two sisters.
Dec 7, 22, 23, 29, 7pm, Dec 8, 15, 17, 5pm, mat Dec 12, 13, 19-24, 27-31, 3pm, Dec 12, 13, 19, 20, 21, 24, 27, 28, 11am
£15, OAP/NUS/under 16s £10
Gavin Munro & Chris Forman: Can Ipods (And Chairs And Lampshades) Grow On Trees?: Talk
A furniture designer and a bio-physicist discuss possible ideas for the future of manufacturing.
The Oxford-based singer-songwriter and Supergrass member, performs his indie-pop originals.
The Canvey Island-originating veterans perform their classic rhythm'n'blues songs. With support from Nine Below Zero.
Beginners Taxidermy: Workshop
Spend an evening exploring every stage of small mammal taxidermy, from skinning, through tanning, to mounting.
The contemporary singer-songwriter plays folk-flavoured songs with guitarist Mark Fowell.
Dance Ensemble: Take A Step
The show offers the audience an enjoyable evening of dance with all proceeds going to Parkinson's UK.
Jan 8 & 9, 7.30pm, mat Jan 9, 2pm
£16, early bird £13.50
The Noise Next Door Noise In The Hood
Off-the-cuff character comedy, songs and sketches from The Noise Next Door.
Jan 15, 8pm, doors 7pm
Alien Ant Farm
Alt-rock from the Californian ensemble.
Tom plays the various parts a full band would play, such as playing the chords on guitar, as well as the bass riff, singing and playing the drums with his feet.
The Canadian singer-songwriter plays country.
The duo that comprises James Walbourne and Kami Thompson, performs it's self-penned contemporary folk-rock songs.
The Penarth-born singer-songwriter performs his Celtic-influenced folk rock material.
Tiff Stevenson: Mad Man
What makes a person? Ideas, labels, sexuality or even slogan t-shirts? Products are anthropomorphised and cult of personality reigns supreme. Are we being sold our identity? May contain Spanish rap. As seen on Mock the Week, Drunk History, Apprentice: You're Fired and People Just Do Nothing. As heard on Radio 4 Extra, 7 Day Saturday, Woman's Hour and BBC Radio Scotland.
Vieux Farka Toure
The artist crafts Malian blues in the rich Songhai tradition of his late father, famed guitarist Ali Farka Toure.
Andy Zaltzman: Satirist For Hire
Political satire from the writer and radio regular.
The Shahnameh: The Epic Book Of Kings
Adverse Camber presents a colourful mixture of storytelling, music and performance in a celebration of Persian mythology. With Xanthe Gresham Knight and Arash Moradi.
They Might Be Giants
Five-piece alt rock outfit from New York featuring John Flansburgh and John Linnell.
The folk singer-songwriter performs in support of his album Postcards From Ursa Minor.
Stiff Little Fingers
The veteran Belfast-based outfit, led by singer, guitarist and founding-member Jake Burns, plays its energetic punk-rock hits.
Mar 8, phone for times
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