With their inspired brand of progressive rock, Focus manifested themselves at the start of the '70s as the most successful and appreciated of all the Dutch pop-rock exports.

Fronted by founding member Thijs Van Leer, and best known for their hits Hocus Pocus, House of The King and Sylvia, as well as critically acclaimed albums Moving Waves, Focus 3 and Hamburger Concerto, the Dutch music masters are back with their tenth album, which is guaranteed to please their legions of fans! 

Hugh Cornwell Electric

Golden Brown, Strange Little Girl, Always the Sun, Peaches, No More Heroes, Nice & Sleazy... sound familiar? All big hits, all great songs, all written and sung by Hugh Cornwell, the songwriter behind The Stranglers.

He's back with a fantastic album Monster. Expect an opening set of prime solo songs, including picks from new album Monster, followed by a storming set.

'Just strap on your guitar and we'll play some rock & roll'. You can't miss it. 

Richard & Adam

Sensational Welsh brother duo Richard & Adam return after wowing the nation with their extraordinary harmonies on Britain’s Got Talent.

Their success on Britain’s Got Talent was followed by their debut album The Impossible Dream, which sold over one million copies.

Join them for The Greatest Songmen tour, where the boys will captivate you with a night of world-class music, including A Million Dreams, Volare and The Impossible Dream

Bowie Experience

Bowie Experience is a spectacular concert celebrating the sound and vision of David Bowie. A must see for all Bowie fans, the latest production features all the hits from A to Ziggy.

Bowie Experience continues to amaze audiences with an astounding attention to detail, bringing the golden years of David Bowie to theatres across the globe. So, put on your red shoes and Let’s Dance!

Andy Fairweather Low & The Low Riders

Andy Fairweather Low came to prominence as the lead singer in Amen Corner. The 60s saw them clock up hit after pop hit, with songs such as Bend Me Shape Me, Hello Suzy and (If Paradise Is) Half As Nice being internationally remembered to this day.

Lloyd Cole

Lloyd Cole brings his latest tour From Rattlesnakes to Guesswork 2019 to The Anvil.

In 1990 Lloyd launched a solo career and has been making albums ever since. In the early 2000s Cole retreated somewhat from rock/pop, performing mostly acoustically, but his 2013 album Standards took fans, critics, and maybe even the artist himself, aback with its brash electric rock 'n' roll sound.

Rick Wakeman

Following his last sell-out concert at The Anvil, professional musician/keyboard player/songwriter/broadcaster/raconteur Rick Wakeman returns with a new show that combines spellbinding piano music with side-splitting humour and revealing insights into his 50-plus-year career.

Wishbone Ash

It’s a remarkable milestone few bands have achieved - 50 years of continual touring and recording and always at the highest level. As Wishbone Ash take their place amongst an exceptionally rare elite, they’ll be celebrating the occasion with a specially extended show, taking you on a journey through their illustrious history.

Having sold millions of albums, the band’s twin-guitar sound has become familiar to audiences around the world with hits such as The King Will Come, Throw Down The Sword and Blowin’ Free.

Al Stewart

After touring for the last year in the USA with his band the Empty Pockets, Al has decided to bring this show to the UK shores.

Joined by Al’s long time saxophonist Marc Macisso, he will be playing selections from his deep catalogue along with favorites Year of the Cat, Time Passages, On the Border, Nostradamus and Roads to Moscow

My Leonard Cohen

Stewart D'Arrietta and his band return to the UK with their rousing celebration of the late, legendary Cohen's best loved music, poetry and stories of his life.

World-class musicians offer gutsy and imaginative arrangements of the great singer-songwriter's most powerful works, driven by D'Arrietta's raw vocals. 

Featuring hits including Tower of Song, I'm Your Man and Hallelujah, hear Cohen’s work as you’ve never heard it before.

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