News & Events

23rd March

Abbasolutely ABBA

Our professional tribute artists tour a wonderful production of ‘ABBAsolutely ABBA throughout April and May 2018 featuring songs and dances from your favourite band ‘ABBA’. We bring you the best of ABBA and then some with fully choreographed routines, wonderful vocals, custom made costumes with a number of changes throughout the show, audience interaction and fabulous stage set and scenery to bring any performance space to life and bring the theatre to you!

4th May

The Woo Town Hillbillies

Fun, energy and hoe-downs…all plentiful when you see The Woo Town Hillbillies. This collective of musicians who really love what they do and it shows! You can expect high-flying bluegrass with tumbling banjo, mandolin and harmonica breaks, all mixed with a smattering of beautiful heartfelt tunes, accompanied by harmonies. All the musicians are versatile, composing their own songs and using pulsating rhythms on double bass, ukulele and guitar to drive this catchy fun-fueled band. So – “grab a pal, kick off your shoes and dance along to the Woo Town blues!”.

18th May

Guilty Pleasure

Guilty Pleasure perform all your guilty pleasures in style! Covers of hits from all decades. “A class act with a range of songs delivered with perfection.


27th July

The Beach Boys

Good Vibrations were conceived in 1997 by the present band members but in fact Phil, Dave and Tony have been together for well over 40 years and for much of that time were in the harmony pop group ‘MacArthur Park’ which in their original format performed live covers of the ‘Beach Boys’ hits on the ‘BBC Radio 1 Road Shows’. Bill became the last to join up with the boys in 1995, and whose claim to fame is being the drummer with West Country chart toppers ‘The Wurzels’ back in the 70’s. All the guys have a wealth of experience in this type of vocal harmony which stems from honing their skills in Barber shop singing.

3rd August

Graeme James

in 2010 after Graeme James bought a loop pedal as an inspired impulse purchase. At home with his new gizmo, Graeme experienced a crystalizing moment when he realized the various instruments he picked up throughout the years, and all the music he explored could coexist in real time. His narrative took a juicier turn when Graeme, in a desperate bid to fund some car repairs, took to busking. His one-man band, and his imaginative renditions of cover songs, made him a hit on the streets of Gisborne, New Zealand. With a running car, and a reawakened passion for music, Graeme began to migrate to different regions of New Zealand to perform, building a strong and devoted following along the way. Hitting career milestones over the years have confirmed music is Graeme’s destiny—he is home.

In the 6 months before relocating to Europe in mid 2018, Graeme recorded his latest album, The Long Way Home. His Nettwork debut is a warmly insightful, lushly layered modern folk album.  

10th August

The Wee Bag Band

The Wee Bag Band’s raison d’être is to bring mad, bad, trad, popular and contemporary diddly, diddly IRISH / Celtic  music and song to the masses at pubs, clubs, doos ‘n festivals in North Wales, UK, infinity & beyond…… 
They must be hitting the notes in the right order as to date their music has take them to many parts of the world including the UK, France, Switzerland, Spain, Germany, USA, Cuba, Bahamas, Puerto Rico, Honduras and even northern Greenland. (it was -32° there…!!!)

17th August

Rob Heron and the Tea pad Orchestra

Rob Heron & The Tea Pad Orchestra don’t care what genre you choose to put them in – western swing, country blues, ragtime hokum or whatever else– as long as you understand that they’re 100% sincere and 100% immersed in this stuff. This is no lazy pastiche, no dressing up box. They live and breathe this music and want you to get immersed with them.

24th August


Popgun was put together by four guys who had a collective love of the music of the 80s and a mutual respect for each other’s musicianship and achievements. Before Popgun as individual members we had album released worldwide, massive festival appearances and had worked with some big names in the music business as well as European tours and TV/ Radio appearances and its this experience and coming together of talents that makes Popgun the best 80s tribute band around.

31st August

Yr Hwntws

‘Yr Hwntws’ (meaning – The South Walians) are a folk band from South Wales. Their repertoire
includes traditional songs and tunes that originate from Glamorgan and Gwent. The songs are sung in an ancient dialect known as “Gwenhwysig” or “Gwentian.”
“Yr Hwntws” is made up of Gregg Lynn (vocals and guitar), Nia Lynn (vocals, percussion), Bernie KilBride (fiddle), Imogen O’Rourke (flute and vocals), Dan B. James (guitar and mandocello) and Dean Ryan (double bass, bass guitar). Gregg Lynn founded the band in the early 1980s and over the years they have toured extensively in Europe as well as appearing on BBC, S4C and Radio Cymru.