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Big Big Train

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Progressive rock band Big Big Train are ready to blow you away!

Having received three times Progressive Music Awards and with a 2017 number one in the UK official rock album charts under their belt, with album GrimspoundBig Big Train are ready to show you what they've got in this exceptional evening of live music.

Jason Donovan & His Amazing Midlife Crisis Tour

Jason is hitting the road once again for an intimate tour with a twist! 

At aged 49 ½ and with a wealth of tantalising tales under his belt, this autobiographical show will take Jason's looming 50th birthday as its starting point and zigzag through his life. 

Join him for a night of exciting stories to take your fancy, and of course a few acoustic songs thrown in for good measure. 

Brendan Cole

Following his last sell out tour of Licence to Thrill, Strictly Come Dancing’s Brendan Cole is once again set to dazzle audiences across the UK with his brand new show, A Night to Remember.

Brendan, one of Strictly Come Dancing’s most charismatic choreographers and performers, will host throughout as he leads his cast on a journey of music and dance in a spectacular night of theatrical entertainment.

Showaddywaddy

The Greatest Rock & Roll Band in the World is a bold statement but Showaddywaddy has lived up to that title as they recently celebrated their 40th anniversary.

Formed in the 1970s in Leicester from several local bands, they have sold more than 20 million records and have toured the world.

Their live show is dynamic and uplifting featuring all of their biggest hits, many of which reached number one in the pop charts of Europe.
Enjoy Under The Moon of Love, Three Steps to Heaven, Hey Rock & Roll, Blue Moon, Pretty Little Angel Eyes and many more.

Henning Wehn

After more than a decade in Britain, the German Comedy Ambassador has ‘groan’ to like puns.... though he still couldn't eat a whole one.

As Henning’s assimilation is not yet complete he hasn't lost his sense of Westphalian wonderment at the foibles of British society.

Why does everybody want to be owned by a house? What’s wrong with having the Euro? And why hold society and government responsible for personal underachievement? You’ve only got yourself to blame for not being born into a better social class.