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Hammer And Tongue Cambridge
Fay Roberts hosts a poetry slam.
Apr 3, May 1, Jun 5, Sep 4, 7.45pm, doors
£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, 7pm, doors
Mark Lanegan Band
The Washington-born singer-songwriter and his backing group performs alternative rock.
DJ Lil' Dave spins R&B, hip hop, house, grime and drum'n'bass with MC Trini Boy.
Bring your baby to a child-friendly clubbing event.
Season Launch Night
Sep 10, 7pm, doors 6.30pm
Still House: Of Riders And Running Horses
Dan Canham directs a re-imagination of traditional English folk dance, featuring six female dancers and live band.
Sep 10 & 11, 8pm-9pm
Glow: Flying Eye (Ages 3 Months-4 Years)
A magical world filled with playful light, interactive performance, live music and dynamic scenery.
Sep 13, 10.30am, 1.30pm & 3.30pm
Bill Bailey: Warm Up Show
The Never Mind The Buzzcocks star supplies reflective anecdotes and musical comedy.
We Want You To Watch
RashDash and Alice Birch stage a provocative intervention in a 24-hour online world of pornography and lurid imagery.
Sweet Billy Pilgrim
Thrash-pastel sounds from Sweet Billy Pilgrim, the brainchild of singer-songwriter Tim Elsenburg.
Iain Lee Vs Radio: Talk
The radio and TV presenter discusses the history of radio.
From The Jam
Original bassist Bruce Foxton and Russell Hastings perform some of The Jam's greatest hits.
Justin Moorhouse: Destiny Calling
Upbeat humour from the writer, radio presenter and actor who played Young Kenny in TV show, Phoenix Nights.
Tony And Mike: The Country Owl And The City Squirrel
Tom Frankland and Laura Mugridge present a puppet show, inspired by the Tale Of The Town Mouse And The Country Mouse.
Sep 20, 11.30am & 2.30pm
£10, child £6, family £27
Once Upon A Time
Agnieszka Blonska directs a show about ageing and the passing of time, told through the extraordinary bodies of two dancers and one trapeze artist, all aged over 65. Not suitable for under 16s.
Martin Simpson, Andy Cutting & Nancy Kerr
A range of traditional and contemporary folk works performed by the three musicians.
The group from London, famous for their 1992 hit Connected, performs its hip hop and electronica songs.
WitTank: Old School Secrets
Sketch and character comedy from Mark Cooper-Jones, Naz Osmanoglu and Kieran Boyd, who invite audiences into the ostentatiously furnished corridors of The School.
Sharp political, topical and social humour from the stand-up.
The Lost Things
Visual Theatre Company Tortoise In A Nutshell presents a fairy-tale for all ages about a boy who falls through a crack in the pavement and so discovers all manner of lost things. Written by Oliver Emanuel.
Sep 27, 11.30am, 1.30pm & 3.30pm
£10, child £6, family £27
Chris Ramsey: All Growed Up
Upbeat anecdotes, feelgood humour and witty observations from the Geordie stand-up, actor and 2011 Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee.
Mark Thomas: Trespass
A mix of theatre, stand-up, journalism, activism and mayhem as Mark tries to create playgrounds in modern cities.
Alt rock five-piece from Cambridge.
The Furrow Collective
The foursome comprising Lucy Farrell, Emily Portman, Alasdair Roberts and Rachel Newton performs a range of traditional folk songs.
Pop and funk guitarist and singer-songwriter.
Blue Rose Code
Described by Time Out magazine as " "Imagine John Martyn meeting a young Van Morrison and being shipwrecked with a bundle of Chet Baker records", Blue Rose Code will perform tracks from his latest album "The Ballads of Peckham Rye".
Jesterlarf Comedy Club
Improvised stand-up from Ben Norris, Dan Evans, Jenny Collier and MC John Mann.
Oct 2, 7.45pm, doors
Hal Cruttenden: Straight Outta Cruttenden
Host of Live At The Apollo and star of Radio 4, Hal, presents his most recent stand-up material about the evils of the modern world - over sharing on social media and the 5:2 diet.
Melodic indie rockers from Birmingham, comprising brothers Harrison and Samuel Koisser on vocals and bass respectively, guitarist Douglas Castle and drummer Dominic Boyce, who embrace post-punk influences.
Forced Entertainment: The Notebook
Drama based on the award-winning novel by Agota Kristof set during WW2, directed by Tim Etchells and performed by Richard Lowdon and Robin Arthur.
The Blackpool-based singer-songwriter performs pop-rock originals.
John Osborne And Molly Naylor
Poetry and storytelling.
The artist creates an intrepid new world where folk and urban traditions of her Zambian homeland combine with London's vibrant eclectic music scene.
The Nottingham duo comprising singer Jason Williamson and musician Andrew Fearn plays a mix of ranting punk with contemporary electronica.
Fin Taylor: Stink: Edinburgh Preview
Observational comedy for slackers. This is Fin's second hour of comedy after his acclaimed 2014 debut: Top 10 Jokes of the Fringe 2014.
Martin Carthy & Dave Swarbrick
Pioneering British folk musicians Martin Carthy and Dave Swarbrick perform a selection of their recent work which reflects on five decades of music-making.
Folk, blues and soul from the Mancunian performer.
Indie quartet comprising James Walsh, James Stelfox, Ben Byrne and Barry Westhead.
James Cousins Company: Without Stars/There We Have Been
Taking the themes of love, loss and friendship from the Japanese story, and adding his own unique quality to them, the acclaimed contemporary dancer has created a rich and powerful double-bill.
The singer-songwriter and musician performs raw, anthemic pop.
The Bristol-based five-piece plays a new wave fusion of lo-fi indie-electro with power-pop influences.
Daniel Sloss: Dark
The new show from comedy's half-man-half-Xbox. A regular on TV shows like Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow and Russell Howard's Good News, the young Scot delivers hilarious stories and smart gags.
Jason Byrne: 20 Years A Clown
Energetic humour from the Dublin-born stand-up and 2007 Chortle Best Headliner and former host of BBC Radio 2's 2011 Sony Gold Award-winning The Jason Byrne Show.
Kid Carpet & The Noisy Neighbours: Out Of The Egg Productions
A funny and moving show that uses music, puppetry and projection to look at what it's like to move into a new house in the city and find your place there.
Oct 17, 11.30am & 2.30pm
£10, child £6, family £27
Indie pop band from Birmingham.
The pairing of Ben Earle and Crissie Rhodes from the South of England plays country-pop originals.
The four-piece from Birmingham, led by singer and guitarist Tom Smith, plays light and ethereal indie-rock and alternative rock.
A musical exploration of the effects of Conservative politics on British society, incorporating parts of George Osborne's budget speech, performed in the style of death metal.
Folk from the Canadian singer-songwriter.
James Acaster: Represent
The three-time Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Award-nominated joker performs off-beat and low-key stand-up.
David O?Doherty: We Are All In The Gutter But Some Of Us Are Looking At David O'Doherty
Stand-up, amusing anecdotes and comedy songs from the Irish comic, author, musician, actor and playwright who has previously on Channel 4's 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown and The Unbelievable Truth for BBC Radio 4.
Question Everything: Talk
American experimental rock three-piece formed in New York.
John Bramwell (I Am Kloot)
The Mercury prize-nominated songwriter takes to the stage for his debut European solo tour.
Father John Misty
The singer-songwriter plays indie-folk with support from Anna B Savage.
The Hot 8 Brass Band
New Orleans' premier purveyors of jazz infused, funk and hip hop fuelled marching band music. Highlighted by their recent Grammy nomination for their second album.
Bromance - Barely Methodical Troupe
A highly physical, modern circus show exploring male friendships. Featuring acrobatics, humour and parkour.
£12, concs £8, family £34
Electronic and synth-pop duo from Canada.
Rosie's Magic Horse
Peaceful Lion Productions present a production based on the book by Russell Hoban and illustrated by Quentin Blake.
Oct 29, 11.30am & 2.30pm
£10, child £6, family £27
Mitch Benn: Don't Believe A Word
The award-winning musical satirist debunks myths and nonsense with his evidence-based approach to life.
Tom Robinson Band
Punk-rock bassist and singer-songwriter.
Patrick Kielty: Help
Cheeky stand-up comedy from the Irish comedian and television personality. Over 16s only.
Fred MacAulay: Twenty Fifteen
Sharp wit and anecdotes from the stand-up and radio regular.
The four-piece Norwegian outfit comprising of Anne Marit Bergheim, Turid Jorgensen, Solveig Heilo and Marianne Sveen, performs its particular style of country-folk, blues, rock and pop.
Andy Parsons: Live And Unleashed - But Naturally Cautious
Gruff political and topical humour from the award-winning stand-up star of BBC2's Mock The Week and Live At The Apollo.
The Manchester-formed quartet, fronted by the singer Jonathan Higgs, performs art-rock infused indie-pop.
The legendary reggae band performs the album Legend in its entirety.
Ska and 2-tone by the long-established band who were originally formed in Coventry in mid 1979.
Scouting For Girls
The band plays whimsical indie pop-rock.
The five-piece collective from Georgia, Atlanta, performs energetic rock and metal.
Progressive rock from the singer-songwriter and former Marillion frontman, AKA Derek William Dick.
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