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The Jerry Lee Lewis Story

27th April at 7:30 pm10:30 pm

Starring the sensationally talented Peter Gill (Let The Good Times Roll, Rock ‘n’ Roll Paradise). This is the story of Rock'n'Roll’s most exciting performer. From his meteoric rise to fame to his equally as fast fall from grace when he married his 13 year old cousin – back to his reinstatement as one of music’s biggest names with his triumphal concert return at Hamburg’s Star Club. Expect rock'n'roll classics such as Great Balls of Fire, Breathless, Jailhouse Rock and many many more…

Maddy Prior with Hannah James and Giles Lewin

3rd May at 7:30 pm10:30 pm

A remarkable trio exploring the music of England, the British Isles and Eastern Europe. Over the course of her remarkable career, Maddy Prior has made it her mission to work with some of the most exceptional musicians in the world – both within Steeleye Span and beyond. To that noted list she has added accordion player, singer and clog dancer Hannah James and multi-instrumentalist Giles Lewin (Bellowhead/Carnival Band), forming a trio that explores the music of England, the British Isles…

The Everly Brothers and Friends Tribute Show

4th May at 7:30 pm10:30 pm

The Temple Brothers, the UKs No.1 Tribute to The Everly Brothers are proud to announce the return of their Theatre Show, produced by themselves. The only show of it’s kind dedicated to the music of one of the greatest harmony duo’s the Everly Brothers. Just as the Everly Brothers were the Temple Brothers are real life brothers, their harmonies are unlike anything ever heard, truly not to be missed. When: 5 May, 8pm (doors open at 7.30pm) ends at 10.30pm…

Andrew McCormack: Graviton

5th May at 7:30 pm

Enjoy jamming grooves and high-wire risk-taking with veterans of the New York jazz scene on Saturday 5 May at Wiltshire Music Centre. Pianist and composer Andrew McCormack has become one of the most talked-about jazz artists on the worldwide stage, and regularly rubs shoulders with the likes of Kyle Eastwood and Jamie Cullum. Andrew has received acclaim for his magnetic live performances and exploration of new musical styles, showcased here alongside the performers featuring on Andrew’s 2017 album, Graviton. When:…

Wizz Jones – Acoustic guitarist, songwriter, folksinger and bluesman

6th May at 7:30 pm10:30 pm

A unique acoustic guitar style, an eclectic repertoire and a right hand worthy of Big Bill Broonzy. Originally inspired by seeing Big Bill Broonzy and Ramblin’ Jack Elliot, Wizz learnt his guitar licks from the likes of Davy Graham and Long John Baldry whilst playing in the coffee bars of London’s Soho in the late 1950’s. When: 6 May, starts at 8pm (doors open at 7.30pm) and ends at 10.30pm Where: Chapel Arts Centre Tickets: Advanced, £12. Door price, £12 Visit: chapelarts.org

Daisy Chapman

10th May at 7:30 pm10:30 pm

Self titled ‘Sinner’ Songwriter and BBC Introducing favourite Daisy Chapman is an incredibly well-travelled pianist and vocalist who draws influences from the anti-folk world. It’s hard to pinpoint Daisy’s unique style, but think Sandy Denny meets Regina Spektor and you’re close. Every song harbours a dark story of love, lust and loss told through her exquisite voice with Sue Lord on violin bringing the performance to harmonious climax every time. Daisy has shared the stage with prog rockers Crippled Black…

Emily Maguire

11th May at 7:30 pm10:30 pm

A classically-trained multi-instrumentalist with five albums and two books to her name, Emily Maguire is best known for her strong, thought-provoking lyrics, supremely expressive vocals and spellbinding live performances winning her fans across the globe. When: 11 May, 8pm start (doors open at 7.30pm) and ends at 10.30pm Where: Chapel Arts Centre Tickets: Advance, £14. On the door, £16 Visit: chapelarts.org

Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment / Choir of Clare College Cambridge

11th May at 7:30 pm

Enjoy an orchestral and choral celebration of the grandfather of classical music at the Wiltshire Music Centre on Friday 11 May, 7.30pm. Nelson Mass is arguably Haydn’s greatest composition and the original title Miss in Agustiis reflects the uncertain times of 1797 and the composer’s intense fear for the future of Austria. Haydn’s first and last symphonies complete this thrilling programme, including Symphony 104 which was a huge success at its London premiere in 1795. Alongside OAE Rising Stars soloists, Wiltshire…

Young Waters

17th May at 7:30 pm10:30 pm

Winners of the New Shoots Competition, Bath Folk Festival 2016: Young Waters. Haunting harmonies, toe-tapping rhythm and twisted folk from rising stars. Young Waters’ twisted neo-folk is a tapestry of emotionally powerful vocals, stirring harmonies, lyrical strings and finely mastered acoustic guitar. Their exhilarating rhythms and intricate melodies, coupled with a repertoire that combines startling original material with traditional folk songs, makes for a captivating stage presence. When: 17 May, 8pm start (doors open at 7.30pm) and ends at 10.30pm Where:…


25th May at 7:30 pm

Dublin’s four-piece traditional folk group bring back the voice of the streets combining distinctive four-part vocal harmonies, Uilleann pipes, Russian accordion, fiddle and guitar on Friday 25 May. Performing humourous music-hall ditties and songs from the streets of Dublin, they are influenced by the music of Irish legends such as Frank Harte, as well as ambient techno and rock’n’roll. The group have recently completed a sell-out six week tour of the United States and appeared live on Later with Jools…

OAE Young Artists: Ensemble Voyage

30th May at 1:00 pm

OAE Young Artists present 18th-century musical radicals in this concert given by some of the most promising young talents in period instrument performance, envoking the brilliant innovation of Baroque music on Wednesday 30 May. When: Wednesday 30 May, 1:00pm Where: Wiltshire Music Centre Price: £10, £5 for U18s and students Visit: wiltshiremusic.org.uk

Tom Kerridge presents Pub in the Park

8th June10th June

Join Tom Kerridge in Royal Victoria Park from 8-10 June for top tunes and amazing food. Razorlight, Squeeze, Tom Odell, Melanie C, and Scouting for Girls top the music line-up, and you can enjoy great food from pop-up pubs – including Tom Kerridge’s The Hand & Flowers and The Coach. See Tom and other top UK chefs including Paul Ainsworth and Great British Bake Off winner Candice Brown live on stage, plus there’s loads of foodie shopping – it’s going…

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