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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, 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, 7pm, doors
From The Jam
Original bassist Bruce Foxton and Russell Hastings perform some of The Jam's greatest hits.
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.
The Blackpool-based singer-songwriter performs pop-rock originals.
Drama based on the award-winning novel by Agota Kristof set during The Second World War, directed by Tim Etchells and performed by Richard Lowdon and Robin Arthur.
John Osborne And Molly Naylor
John Osborne and Molly Naylor present their first ever full-length poetry show. Fresh from the success of launching their new Sky 1 comedy After Hours (produced and directed by Craig Cash), they bring you a selection of their best material.
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.
DJs spin drum'n'bass.
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.
Macbeth: Blood Will Have Blood
Re-invented for nine to 13 year-olds Macbeth Blood Will Have Blood is an accessible and unforgettable introduction to Shakespeare's shocking story of ambition, greed and the abuse of power.
Oct 19, 1pm-2.45pm, Oct 20, 10am-11.45am, 1pm-2.45pm
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.
Ska Ska Ska
Ska music from Big 10, King Hammond And The Rude Boy Mafia and Barb'd Wire. Plus DJ Ska n Mash.
David O?Doherty: We Are All In The Gutter But Some Of Us Are Looking At David O'Doherty
Musical comedy from the Irish comic, author, musician, actor and playwright and his keyboard.
Question Everything: Conference
A day of provocations and challenging ideas featuring a broad range of speakers.
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.
Barely Methodical Troupe: Bromance
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.
Moulettes & Nizlopi
The folksters combine with support from Heg & The Wolf Chorus.
Tom Robinson Band
Punk-rock bassist and singer-songwriter.
Men In The Cities
Chris Goode writes and performs this moving monologue about seemingly disconnected lives, framed by two violent deaths including the murder of Drummer Lee Rigby outside the Royal Artillery Barracks in Woolwich in May 2013. Directed by Wendy Hubbard.
Beardyman - One Album Per Hour
The experimental beatboxer uses live looping technology to alter the pitch of his voice, or to add audio effects such as delays, reverbs and modulation effects.
Nov 5, 8pm, doors 7pm
Patrick Kielty: Help!
The cheeky stand-up and television presenter from County Down frets that he is overdue a midlife crisis and encourages the audience to offer their advice using paper and crayons.
Jesterlarf Comedy Club
Cheeky comedy and hilarious observations supplied by Dane Baptiste, Mark Maier, George Egg and TJ Macdonald.
Alfie Moore: The Naked Stun
The former policeman presents comic anecdotes based on 18 years of pounding the beat, as he presents the true story of his dogged determination to track down a serial flasher.
The versatile guitarist plays acoustic folk music.
Jamie Smith's Mabon
Celtic music collective from Wales.
Fred MacAulay: Twenty Fifteen
Sharp wit and anecdotes from the stand-up and radio regular.
Music from the Edinburgh-based modern folk trio, Lau. With support from Simi Stone.
Enda Walsh's acclaimed play about two teens whose friendship reaches breaking point.
An eclectic fusion of dub, reggae, techno, folk and rock from the London-based band.
Festival Of The Spoken Nerd: Just For Graphs
The science comedy phenomenon returns, and this time they're off the chart. Join stand-up mathematician Matt Parker, experiments maestro Steve Mould and geek songstress Helen Arney for graph-a-minute fun on an unprecedented linear scale.
Originally formed in the late 1970s, Secret Affair play classic and new mod, new wave, soul and pop songs. With support from Acid Jazz's Eddie Piller on the decks.
Eliza Carthy, Jackie Oates, Lucy Farrell And Kate Young
British roots music from this super-group of British singers and master fiddle players.
The Boy Who Never Grew Up
A play with puppets and music inspired by Peter Pan.
Nov 15, 11.30am & 2.30pm
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.
Chris Thorpe's theatrical investigation of the phenomenon of confirmation bias, or the human tendency to see only the evidence that proves we are right. Directed by Rachel Chavkin.
The hip hop and folk artist performs in support of his album Innerstanding.
The legendary reggae band performs the album Legend in its entirety.
The Oxford-born singer-songwriter and guitarist performs folk-rock.
No Such Thing As A Fish With The QI Elves: Live Tour
Dan Schreiber, Andrew Hunter Murray, James Harkin and Anna Ptaszynski present a selection of bizarre, extraordinary and humorous facts from the QI universe in the first live touring version of their multi-award-winning hit podcast.
The Australian four-piece merge poetry and polyrhythms to create their future soul sound. With support from Remi.
Nish Kumar: Long Word...Long Word...Blah Blah Blah...I'm So Clever
Political humour from one half of acclaimed sketch duo the Gentlemen of Leisure, Nish Kumar.
Akram Khan Company And Moko Dance: Chotto Desh
A children-friendly version of Akram Khan's much-loved Desh. Featuring cross-cultural storytelling, Chotto Desh - or little homeland - is about a young man's dreams and his memories of Britain and Bangladesh.
Nov 22, 5.30pm, mat Nov 22, 2.30pm
Ska and 2-tone by the long-established band who were originally formed in Coventry in mid 1979.
Jim Boyes With Belinda O'hooley: Sensations Of A Wound
Folk artists Jim Boyes and Belinda O'Hooley tell the story of Boyes' grandfather, a Yorkshire soldier caught up in the enormity of the First War, through songs and narration.
Indie-rock as the Glaswegian trio performs in support of its album Eyes Wide, Tongue Tied.
Folk songs inspired by the Magna Carta, by Martyn Joseph, Nancy Kerr, Sam Carter and Maz O'Connor with Patsy Reid and Nick Cooke.
Project O: Voodoo
A performance piece arising from conversations between Alexandrina Hemsley and Jamila Johnson-Small, exploring ideas around visibility and marginalisation whilst looking to the body as a site of politics.
Scouting For Girls
The band plays whimsical indie pop-rock.
The ensemble performs Hungarian folk music.
Joe Lycett: That?s The Way, A-Ha A-Ha, Joe Lycett
Following appearances on Live At The Apollo, 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown and a wine tour of the French Riviera, the endearingly camp stand-up muses on pop culture, modern life and a few of his pet hates including the scourge of scam emails.
Jenny Eclair: How To Be A Middle Aged Woman (Without Going Insane)
Wry observations from the popular stand-up and star of Grumpy Old Women.
Bear And Butterfly: Theatre Hullabaloo (Over 4s)
Annie McCourt's adaptation of Gordon Poad's story.
Nov 29, 11.30am & 2.30pm
Eric Goulden, who has surfaced the music industry since the 70s, performs his rock'n'roll material.
The Birmingham-based collective, formed in 2012, perform indie-rock.
The five-piece collective from Georgia, Atlanta, performs energetic rock and metal.
Fish: Farewell to Childhood
Progressive rock from the singer-songwriter and former Marillion frontman, AKA Derek William Dick.
The Oxford-based singer-songwriter and Supergrass member, performs his indie-pop originals.
The Canadian singer-songwriter plays country.
They Might Be Giants
Five-piece alt rock outfit from New York featuring John Flansburgh and John Linnell.
Stiff Little Fingers
The veteran Belfast-based outfit, led by singer, guitarist and founding-member Jake Burns, plays its energetic punk-rock hits.
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