Brit Floyd are embarking on a UK tour next month.
Following sell-out performances at Wilton’s Music Hall and Bristol Old Vic, Max Stafford-Clark’s acclaimed production of All That Fall by Samuel Beckett will immediately transfer to the West End, playing at the Arts Theatre from 13 April – 14 May.
The multi-award-winning Finborough Theatre’s Spring Season ends with the world premiere of a new play, Schism by Athena Stevens, which opens for a three week limited season on Wednesday, 27 April 2016.
Double Platinum selling artist Newton Faulkner joins the cast of Green Day’s explosive Tony Award ® winning musical, American Idiot, on it’s UK Tour. Newton will be taking on the role of Johnny from May 2016 after Matt Thorpe, who will open the role from 19 March at the Curve Theatre, Leicester until 7 May at the New Theatre, Oxford. One of the UK’s finest contemporary singer-songwriters, Newton’s unique style of guitar playing and soaring vocals have made him a worldwide success since he burst onto the music scene back in 2007.
2016 looks set to be a memorable year for UK artist Philippa Hanna. The Sheffield based singer/songwriter has been invited to open an almost-sold-out tour for Leona Lewis starting on February 21st. Having already toured with acts including Lionel Richie, Wet Wet Wet, Rebecca Ferguson and Collabro, Philippa believes ‘this could be the best tour yet’. Legendary voice coach Brett Manning connected Philippa and Leona via Skype in 2015 at the end of her singing lesson.
March 2016 sees The Wonder Stuff celebrate it’s 30th anniversary. Yes, 30 years since the band’s very first rehearsal in the heart of The Black Country. Since then they have sold millions of albums worldwide and continue to record and tour internationally to this day. During the last 29 years The Wonder Stuff have remained at the top of their game and play with a passion and an attitude that has set them apart from the majority of their contemporaries.
One of the UK’s leading comedians continues his sell-out nationwide tour in 2016! You know - that bloke. The Irish guy. No, not the bald one - the other one. You know him. The one Carol from work really likes. Wait, that might be Jason Byrne. Anyway… funny chap…has a new show!
Pioneering American singer/songwriter Suzanne Vega returns to the UK this Summer for six hotly anticipated shows, marking 30 years since the release of her eponymous debut album 'Suzanne Vega', and following last year's critically acclaimed eighth studio album release 'Tales From the Queen of Pentacles'.