Ricky Gervais is taking action against ticket touts.
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Freddie Flintoff and Kelly Brook Step Up & Get Down for Red Nose Day as part of a campaign to raise £150K.
Singer/songwriter/guitarist Sarah McQuaid is hard at work writing songs for her new album, to be produced by folk icon Michael Chapman – but she still finds time to perform at festivals and other venues in the UK and abroad.
The fully orchestrated score will be performed in Concert at the London Palladium and conducted by Jason Robert Brown on March 12th.
Lucy Watson and her pup – Digby the pomeranian – have launched a new online fundraising campaign for animal rights charity People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, (PETA).
Ricky Gervais has announced the first American, Canadian and European dates of Humanity, his first worldwide stand-up tour in seven years. “Thousands of people paying hard earned cash to come and see you live is such a privilege. You’d better have something different, interesting and funny to say. Humanity is my angriest, most honest and I think my best tour yet. It’s probably my most personal too. I feel I
Multi award winning vocalist, Jacqui Dankworth, is joined by acclaimed American pianist-vocalist, Charlie Wood for a unique concert of duets celebrating a century of song.
Britain Got Talent winners Collabro have this week unveiled an a capella version of their new single ‘Til I Hear You Sing’. Collabro, are set to release their highly anticipated third album ‘Home’ on 3rd March 2017, through their own label Peak Productions. You can see, and indeed hear, the capella of Til I hear You Sing in the video clip below. Setting up their own record label and becoming fully
Renowned for her warm, engaging stage presence, Sarah McQuaid is a versatile and beguiling performer. Her unique voice delivers a powerful emotional punch that’s matched by her distinctive, eloquent guitar style. In addition to her own elegantly crafted originals, she interprets traditional Irish and Appalachian folk songs, Elizabethan Ballads, 1930s jazz numbers, surprise covers and lively guitar instrumentals. Her earthy voice delivers a powerful emotional punch that’s matched by her
Barks and Darvill will take part in the UK premiere of the hit Broadway musical.