Saturday, February 16, 2019

Johnny Cash Roadshow comes to Newbury

By Harrison Burridge On Saturday 9 June, fans of the legendary country singer and song writer Johnny Cash can relish an authentic tribute to his...

Martha Wainwright heads to Salisbury

Salisbury will be playing host to music royalty Martha Wainwright on February 1. Martha was born in New York City to folk legends Kate McGarrigle...

Pioneering dance company, Ballet Black, returns to Oxford Playhouse

Black Ballet are retuning to Oxford Playhouse with a double bill of bold and inventive choreography, November 7. As part of their latest bill, Cathy...

Calling all aspiring young filmmakers – Oxford Canal wants to hear from you!

Young people who fancy their talents as a documentary filmmaker are invited to enter a competition using their mobile phones to film the hidden...

Dream Wife return to Oxford with latest album ‘F.U.U.’

Today London-based and British/Icelandic born DREAM WIFE share their latest video for album closer and firm live favourite F.U.U. that sees them reunited with their...

This month sees Swindon’s first Zine Fest come to town

Print isn’t dead! Zines are almost like the tapes of the music world - there’s certainly a niche market for them, but they’re still here...

Tickets on sale for Seán McGowan at Oxford’s Cellar

Seán McGowan is excited to announce the release of his debut album, Son of the Smith, through Xtra Mile Recordings on 11 May, which...

Musician and songwriter pays heart-felt tribute to women from First World War

Critically acclaimed musician and singer Louise Jordan performs ‘No Petticoats Here’ to tell the stories of remarkable women from the First World War. Based on...

Ed Bryne continues his Spoiler Alert tour in Salisbury

Ed continues the second leg of his biggest ever tour to date of his total sell-out Edinburgh Fringe show Spoiler Alert, heading to Salisbury...

Interview: Reef’s Gary Stringer

You released an album after 18 years – that’s quite mental! Many people say it’s the best record you’ve done as well, would you...
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