New Music Biennial: Forest Swords & Immix Ensemble -Trespassing

Forest Swords & Immix Ensemble

Having received critical acclaim for his trio of releases, Dagger Paths, Engravings and Compassion, and selling out venues internationally on his world-tour, Forest Swords now shifts towards the creation of a more bespoke, multidisciplinary practice. A collaboration with Erased Tapes’ signees Immix Ensemble, Trespassing explores the future sounds and sonic landscapes of rapidly changing cities, such as Liverpool and Hull. A marked deviation from his past explorations of the ancient past, this unique blend of jagged hip-hop, R&B beats, looping guitar lines and manipulated samples will be an evocative and emotional presentation by six world class instrumentalists.

Warning: Show contains flashing lights and smoke effects.

Commissioned by Metal Liverpool

Wheelchair users: If you require a wheelchair space please contact the Box Office on 01482 323638 or email boxoffice@hulltruck.co.uk to book as places are limited.

TICKET INFORMATION
You won’t receive a physical ticket for PRS Foundation’s New Music Biennial events, instead you will receive an e-ticket.
There is one ticket for each member of your party. In an effort to reduce paper waste we encourage you to download and show the ticket/s on your mobile device. If you are unable to do so please print off a copy of each ticket and show it at the venue to be scanned.
If you do not have access to a printer, or mobile phone, you can pop into the Hull Truck Theatre Box Office where staff will be happy to print a copy off for you. This service is only available during Hull Truck Theatre’s Box Office opening hours; Mon – Sat, 10am – 5.30pm (open later on show nights). Alternatively we charge £1 for printing and postage of e-tickets.
Please note, this event is free but ticketed. Tickets do not guarantee entry and admission is on a first-come-first-served basis for those with tickets. Please ensure you arrive promptly to avoid disappointment.

ON THE DOOR TICKETS
Tickets are available to from Hull Truck Theatre up until 2hrs before the event. Please bear in mind that if you are not able to receive e-tickets, on a mobile device, the theatre does not open until 10am for you to collect physical printed tickets.
After this time, if the event is not sold out, you may be able to obtain tickets on the door. To check availability please contact team@absolutelycultured.co.uk, follow Absolutely Cultured on social media or ask one of our friendly City of Culture volunteers at each venue.

New Music Biennial: Sona Jobarteh – Innovation Through Preservation

Sona Jobarteh is the first female Kora player to come from a west African Griot family. She is a modern-day pioneer in an ancient, male-dominated hereditary tradition that has been exclusively handed down from father to son for the past seven centuries. In this piece featuring African and Western instruments played side by side, paired together in likeness in a unique arrangement, she unfolds the ancient stories of Manding history.

Commissioned by Yaram Arts

This event has unreserved standing.

Wheelchair users: If you require a wheelchair space please contact the Box Office on 01482 323638 or email boxoffice@hulltruck.co.uk to book as places are limited.

TICKET INFORMATION
You won’t receive a physical ticket for PRS Foundation’s New Music Biennial events, instead you will receive an e-ticket.
There is one ticket for each member of your party. In an effort to reduce paper waste we encourage you to download and show the ticket/s on your mobile device. If you are unable to do so please print off a copy of each ticket and show it at the venue to be scanned.
If you do not have access to a printer, or mobile phone, you can pop into the Hull Truck Theatre Box Office where staff will be happy to print a copy off for you. This service is only available during Hull Truck Theatre’s Box Office opening hours; Mon – Sat, 10am – 5.30pm (open later on show nights). Alternatively we charge £1 for printing and postage of e-tickets.
Please note, this event is free but ticketed. Tickets do not guarantee entry and admission is on a first-come-first-served basis for those with tickets. Please ensure you arrive promptly to avoid disappointment.

ON THE DOOR TICKETS
Tickets are available to from Hull Truck Theatre up until 2hrs before the event. Please bear in mind that if you are not able to receive e-tickets, on a mobile device, the theatre does not open until 10am for you to collect physical printed tickets.
After this time, if the event is not sold out, you may be able to obtain tickets on the door. To check availability please contact team@absolutelycultured.co.uk, follow Absolutely Cultured on social media or ask one of our friendly City of Culture volunteers at each venue.

 

New Music Biennial: Numb Mob – Where to Build in Stone

Uncover the mysterious and oddly beautiful side of Hull in an audiovisual piece by avant-garde electronic duo Numb Mob.
Performed with a variety of electronic and acoustic instruments, Where to Build in Stone builds on a commission by J-Night for Hull Jazz Festival 2017, inspired by the shapes and sounds of the city and performed with a variety of electronic and acoustic instruments. The visual counterpart explores Hull over the course of a day, telling the story of the city through the things that are everywhere and overlooked; the familiar seen from an unfamiliar perspective.

This event has unreserved seating.

Wheelchair users: If you require a wheelchair space please contact the Box Office on 01482 323638 or email boxoffice@hulltruck.co.uk to book as places are limited.

TICKET INFORMATION
You won’t receive a physical ticket for PRS Foundation’s New Music Biennial events, instead you will receive an e-ticket.
There is one ticket for each member of your party. In an effort to reduce paper waste we encourage you to download and show the ticket/s on your mobile device. If you are unable to do so please print off a copy of each ticket and show it at the venue to be scanned.
If you do not have access to a printer, or mobile phone, you can pop into the Hull Truck Theatre Box Office where staff will be happy to print a copy off for you. This service is only available during Hull Truck Theatre’s Box Office opening hours; Mon – Sat, 10am – 5.30pm (open later on show nights). Alternatively we charge £1 for printing and postage of e-tickets.
Please note, this event is free but ticketed. Tickets do not guarantee entry and admission is on a first-come-first-served basis for those with tickets. Please ensure you arrive promptly to avoid disappointment.

ON THE DOOR TICKETS
Tickets are available to from Hull Truck Theatre up until 2hrs before the event. Please bear in mind that if you are not able to receive e-tickets, on a mobile device, the theatre does not open until 10am for you to collect physical printed tickets.
After this time, if the event is not sold out, you may be able to obtain tickets on the door. To check availability please contact team@absolutelycultured.co.uk, follow Absolutely Cultured on social media or ask one of our friendly City of Culture volunteers at each venue.

New Music Biennial: Edmund Finnis – The Centre Is Everywhere

The UK premiere of a piece for string ensemble, The Centre is Everywhere is a starkly original work, described by Music Director Rakhi Singh as “something beautiful and strange, a music of close whispers and myriad reflections”. It brings together Finnis’ exquisite sonic language with the work of one of Britain’s most exciting young ensembles, Manchester Collective.

Edmund Finnis has composed intimate music for soloists and duets, immersive electronic pieces, music for film, ensemble music and works for large orchestra. His music has been hailed as ‘magical’ (The Times) and ‘iridescent, compelling’ (The Guardian).

This event has unreserved seating.

Commissioned by Manchester Collective

TICKET INFORMATION
You won’t receive a physical ticket for PRS Foundation’s New Music Biennial events, instead you will receive an e-ticket.
There is one ticket for each member of your party. In an effort to reduce paper waste we encourage you to download and show the ticket/s on your mobile device. If you are unable to do so please print off a copy of each ticket and show it at the venue to be scanned.
If you do not have access to a printer, or mobile phone, you can pop into the Hull Truck Theatre Box Office where staff will be happy to print a copy off for you. This service is only available during Hull Truck Theatre’s Box Office opening hours; Mon – Sat, 10am – 5.30pm (open later on show nights). Alternatively we charge £1 for printing and postage of e-tickets.
Please note, this event is free but ticketed. Tickets do not guarantee entry and admission is on a first-come-first-served basis for those with tickets. Please ensure you arrive promptly to avoid disappointment.

ON THE DOOR TICKETS
Tickets are available to from Hull Truck Theatre up until 2hrs before the event. Please bear in mind that if you are not able to receive e-tickets, on a mobile device, the theatre does not open until 10am for you to collect physical printed tickets.
After this time, if the event is not sold out, you may be able to obtain tickets on the door. To check availability please contact team@absolutelycultured.co.uk, follow Absolutely Cultured on social media or ask one of our friendly City of Culture volunteers at each venue.

NEW MUSIC BIENNIAL: Dan Jones – Music for Seven Ice Cream Vans

Friday 12th
14:00 – 16:00 West Hull, including Spring Bank and Gipsyville

A beautifully nostalgic score floods the streets of Hull and London as a fleet of seven ice cream vans call out to one another. The vans, each with their own individual harmony, weave in and out of each other to create a mesmerising symphony of different clustered sounds and a shared soundscape for unsuspecting audiences.

Dan Jones is a multi award-winning composer and sound designer working in film, television and theatre. He creates music for large scale public works, including Hull UK City of Culture 2017’s acclaimed We Are Hull by Zsolt Balogh.

Music For Seven Ice Cream Vans will perform at various outdoor locations in Hull across the weekend.

Originally co-commissioned by LIFT, Norfolk & Norwich Festival, Blackpool Council and Sydney Festival.
Commissioned by Absolutely Cultured

NEW MUSIC BIENNIAL: 365

AIDAN O’ROURKE, KIT DOWNES & JAMES ROBERTSON

Words, music, the disarming drama of stripped-back storytelling. One of Scotland’s most celebrated authors, James Robertson wrote a story every day for a year, each exactly 365 words. Leading musician Aidan O’Rourke, fiddler of folk supergroup Lau, applied the same discipline to composition: a tune a day in response to Robertson’s stories.

Now, alongside pianist and harmonium player Kit Downes, a heavyweight of the European jazz scene, they have created a piece weaving together their words and music referencing old myths, folk legends, everyday lives, hard truths, tender tales, and the alchemic power of storytelling. 

This event is a mix of seating and standing.

Commissioned by Edinburgh International Book Festival  

 

NEW MUSIC BIENNIAL: TICKET INFORMATION

You won’t receive a physical ticket for PRS Foundation’s New Music Biennial events, instead you will receive an e-ticket.

There is one ticket for each member of your party. In an effort to reduce paper waste we encourage you to download and show the ticket/s on your mobile device. If you are unable to do so please print off a copy of each ticket and show it at the venue to be scanned.

If you do not have access to a printer, or mobile phone, you can pop into the Hull Truck Theatre Box Office where staff will be happy to print a copy off for you. This service is only available during Hull Truck Theatre’s Box Office opening hours; Mon – Sat, 10am – 5.30pm (open later on show nights). Alternatively we charge £1 for printing and postage of e-tickets.

Please note, this event is free but ticketed. Tickets do not guarantee entry and admission is on a first-come-first-served basis for those with tickets. Please ensure you arrive promptly to avoid disappointment.

ON THE DOOR TICKETS

Tickets are available to from Hull Truck Theatre up until 2hrs before the event. Please bear in mind that if you are not able to receive e-tickets, on a mobile device, the theatre does not open until 10am for you to collect physical printed tickets.

After this time, if the event is not sold out, you may be able to obtain tickets on the door. To check availability please contact team@absolutelycultured.co.uk, follow Absolutely Cultured on social media or ask one of our friendly City of Culture volunteers at each venue.

 

NEW MUSIC BIENNIAL: Dan Jones – Music for Seven Ice Cream Vans

Saturday 13th
13:00 – 15:00 Avenues, including Pearson Park (13:00 start) and Beverley Road
16:30 – 18:30 East Hull, including Garden Village, Southcoates and East Park

A beautifully nostalgic score floods the streets of Hull and London as a fleet of seven ice cream vans call out to one another. The vans, each with their own individual harmony, weave in and out of each other to create a mesmerising symphony of different clustered sounds and a shared soundscape for unsuspecting audiences.

Dan Jones is a multi award-winning composer and sound designer working in film, television and theatre. He creates music for large scale public works, including Hull UK City of Culture 2017’s acclaimed We Are Hull by Zsolt Balogh.

Music For Seven Ice Cream Vans will perform at various outdoor locations in Hull across the weekend.

Originally co-commissioned by LIFT, Norfolk & Norwich Festival, Blackpool Council and Sydney Festival.
Commissioned by Absolutely Cultured

NEW MUSIC BIENNIAL: Dan Jones – Music for Seven Ice Cream Vans

Sunday 14th
13:00 – 15:00 City Centre, including Old Town
16:30 – 18:30 North Hull, including Orchard Park

A beautifully nostalgic score floods the streets of Hull and London as a fleet of seven ice cream vans call out to one another. The vans, each with their own individual harmony, weave in and out of each other to create a mesmerising symphony of different clustered sounds and a shared soundscape for unsuspecting audiences.

Dan Jones is a multi award-winning composer and sound designer working in film, television and theatre. He creates music for large scale public works, including Hull UK City of Culture 2017’s acclaimed We Are Hull by Zsolt Balogh.

Music For Seven Ice Cream Vans will perform at various outdoor locations in Hull across the weekend.

Originally co-commissioned by LIFT, Norfolk & Norwich Festival, Blackpool Council and Sydney Festival.
Commissioned by Absolutely Cultured

NEW MUSIC BIENNIAL: Conor Mitchell – Lunaria

Lunaria (a flower that takes two years to bloom) is a bespoke new work that celebrates what is possible within a two year period when artists of many disciplines, across many boundaries make music together. Internationally recognised, Conor Mitchell’s significant output encompasses opera, music-theatre, song cycle, orchestral and chamber work; working with artists as various as Marc Almond, The Pet Shop Boys and NI Opera.

This event is a mix of seating and standing.

 

NEW MUSIC BIENNIAL: TICKETS

You won’t receive a physical ticket for PRS Foundation’s New Music Biennial events, instead you will receive an e-ticket.

There is one ticket for each member of your party. In an effort to reduce paper waste we encourage you to download and show the ticket/s on your mobile device. If you are unable to do so please print off a copy of each ticket and show it at the venue to be scanned.

If you do not have access to a printer, or mobile phone, you can pop into the Hull Truck Theatre Box Office where staff will be happy to print a copy off for you. This service is only available during Hull Truck Theatre’s Box Office opening hours; Mon – Sat, 10am – 5.30pm (open later on show nights). Alternatively we charge £1 for printing and postage of e-tickets.

Please note, this event is free but ticketed. Tickets do not guarantee entry and admission is on a first-come-first-served basis for those with tickets. Please ensure you arrive promptly to avoid disappointment.

ON THE DOOR TICKETS

Tickets are available to from Hull Truck Theatre up until 2hrs before the event. Please bear in mind that if you are not able to receive e-tickets, on a mobile device, the theatre does not open until 10am for you to collect physical printed tickets.

After this time, if the event is not sold out, you may be able to obtain tickets on the door. To check availability please contact team@absolutelycultured.co.uk, follow Absolutely Cultured on social media or ask one of our friendly City of Culture volunteers at each venue.

NEW MUSIC BIENNIAL: Shiva Feshareki – Dialogue

Turntable artist Shiva Feshareki describes Dialogue as a “sonic sculpture between electronic and acoustic sound.” Honoured with the BASCA British Composer Award for Innovation, expect livesampling of the orchestra through hyperphysical electronic improvisations that perceptually bend time and space, in duet with resonant orchestral soundscapes. Described as the most “cutting-edge expression of turntablism,” Feshareki exists at the intersection of many artistic scenes, experimenting with electronic & club music, concert & orchestral, fine art and free improvisation. 

This event has unreserved seating.

Commissioned by BBC Concert Orchestra  

 

NEW MUSIC BIENNIAL: TICKETS

You won’t receive a physical ticket for PRS Foundation’s New Music Biennial events, instead you will receive an e-ticket.

There is one ticket for each member of your party. In an effort to reduce paper waste we encourage you to download and show the ticket/s on your mobile device. If you are unable to do so please print off a copy of each ticket and show it at the venue to be scanned.

If you do not have access to a printer, or mobile phone, you can pop into the Hull Truck Theatre Box Office where staff will be happy to print a copy off for you. This service is only available during Hull Truck Theatre’s Box Office opening hours; Mon – Sat, 10am – 5.30pm (open later on show nights). Alternatively we charge £1 for printing and postage of e-tickets.

Please note, this event is free but ticketed. Tickets do not guarantee entry and admission is on a first-come-first-served basis for those with tickets. Please ensure you arrive promptly to avoid disappointment.

ON THE DOOR TICKETS

Tickets are available to from Hull Truck Theatre up until 2hrs before the event. Please bear in mind that if you are not able to receive e-tickets, on a mobile device, the theatre does not open until 10am for you to collect physical printed tickets.

After this time, if the event is not sold out, you may be able to obtain tickets on the door. To check availability please contact team@absolutelycultured.co.uk, follow Absolutely Cultured on social media or ask one of our friendly City of Culture volunteers at each venue.

NEW MUSIC BIENNIAL: Roderick Williams – Three Songs from Ethiopia Boy

Better known to some as a baritone soloist, Roderick Williams’ reputation as a composer is growing steadily. His Advent antiphon O Adonai has become something of a favourite for choirs on both sides of the Atlantic and his Ave Verum Corpus Re-imagined was awarded the BASCA prize for Choral Composition in 2016. The commission scored for voice and orchestra, and featuring Roderick as soloist, features text taken from Chris Beckett’s poems about his upbringing in Ethiopia and will be a significant new work which Chineke! plans to tour in future jazz-inspired programmes.

This event has unreserved seating.

Commissioned by Chineke!

NEW MUSIC BIENNIAL: TICKETS

You won’t receive a physical ticket for PRS Foundation’s New Music Biennial events, instead you will receive an e-ticket.

There is one ticket for each member of your party. In an effort to reduce paper waste we encourage you to download and show the ticket/s on your mobile device. If you are unable to do so please print off a copy of each ticket and show it at the venue to be scanned.

If you do not have access to a printer, or mobile phone, you can pop into the Hull Truck Theatre Box Office where staff will be happy to print a copy off for you. This service is only available during Hull Truck Theatre’s Box Office opening hours; Mon – Sat, 10am – 5.30pm (open later on show nights). Alternatively we charge £1 for printing and postage of e-tickets.

Please note, this event is free but ticketed. Tickets do not guarantee entry and admission is on a first-come-first-served basis for those with tickets. Please ensure you arrive promptly to avoid disappointment.

ON THE DOOR TICKETS

Tickets are available to from Hull Truck Theatre up until 2hrs before the event. Please bear in mind that if you are not able to receive e-tickets, on a mobile device, the theatre does not open until 10am for you to collect physical printed tickets.

After this time, if the event is not sold out, you may be able to obtain tickets on the door. To check availability please contact team@absolutelycultured.co.uk, follow Absolutely Cultured on social media or ask one of our friendly City of Culture volunteers at each venue.

NEW MUSIC BIENNIAL: David Fennessy – Panopticon

The cimbalom governs the string ensemble in a new work by David Fennessy, performed by Psappha. Every attack on the string of the instrument has a consequence on the rest of the players. Each beat triggers a ripple, much like a stone dropped into a still lake, which eventually reaches the strings: they reflect and magnify its effects. The cimbalom also governs pulse and dynamic and, through its careful exploration of the natural harmonics available on its lowest string, plots the entire course of the piece. The word ‘panopticon’ is usually associated with an 18th-century design concept for a circular prison. Cells were arranged around a central well, from which prisoners could be observed at all times. 

This event has unreserved seating.

Commissioned by Psappha and Hebrides Ensemble 

NEW MUSIC BIENNIAL: TICKETS

You won’t receive a physical ticket for PRS Foundation’s New Music Biennial events, instead you will receive an e-ticket.

There is one ticket for each member of your party. In an effort to reduce paper waste we encourage you to download and show the ticket/s on your mobile device. If you are unable to do so please print off a copy of each ticket and show it at the venue to be scanned.

If you do not have access to a printer, or mobile phone, you can pop into the Hull Truck Theatre Box Office where staff will be happy to print a copy off for you. This service is only available during Hull Truck Theatre’s Box Office opening hours; Mon – Sat, 10am – 5.30pm (open later on show nights). Alternatively we charge £1 for printing and postage of e-tickets.

Please note, this event is free but ticketed. Tickets do not guarantee entry and admission is on a first-come-first-served basis for those with tickets. Please ensure you arrive promptly to avoid disappointment.

ON THE DOOR TICKETS

Tickets are available to from Hull Truck Theatre up until 2hrs before the event. Please bear in mind that if you are not able to receive e-tickets, on a mobile device, the theatre does not open until 10am for you to collect physical printed tickets.

After this time, if the event is not sold out, you may be able to obtain tickets on the door. To check availability please contact team@absolutelycultured.co.uk, follow Absolutely Cultured on social media or ask one of our friendly City of Culture volunteers at each venue.

NEW MUSIC BIENNIAL: Sam Eastmond – Brit-Ish

Brit-Ish is a pun. Brit in Hebrew means covenant/partnership, and Ish means Person. At a time when nationalism and ethnic identities are being placed into opposition, this project explores what it means to have a hyphened identity in 21st century Britain. An identity that is a partnership of Jewish heritage and British culture. With all the complexities of coming from a community that has been here since medieval times, and yet are often identified as immigrants, this project forges a new diasporic Jewish identity with a piece of music informed by diverse Jewish legacies infused with a contemporary sensibility. Performed by Eastmond’s Spike Orchestra, described as ‘one of the most adventurous big bands working today.’

This event has unreserved seating.

Commissioned by JW3

NEW MUSIC BIENNIAL: TICKETS

You won’t receive a physical ticket for PRS Foundation’s New Music Biennial events, instead you will receive an e-ticket.

There is one ticket for each member of your party. In an effort to reduce paper waste we encourage you to download and show the ticket/s on your mobile device. If you are unable to do so please print off a copy of each ticket and show it at the venue to be scanned.

If you do not have access to a printer, or mobile phone, you can pop into the Hull Truck Theatre Box Office where staff will be happy to print a copy off for you. This service is only available during Hull Truck Theatre’s Box Office opening hours; Mon – Sat, 10am – 5.30pm (open later on show nights). Alternatively we charge £1 for printing and postage of e-tickets.

Please note, this event is free but ticketed. Tickets do not guarantee entry and admission is on a first-come-first-served basis for those with tickets. Please ensure you arrive promptly to avoid disappointment.

ON THE DOOR TICKETS

Tickets are available to from Hull Truck Theatre up until 2hrs before the event. Please bear in mind that if you are not able to receive e-tickets, on a mobile device, the theatre does not open until 10am for you to collect physical printed tickets.

After this time, if the event is not sold out, you may be able to obtain tickets on the door. To check availability please contact team@absolutelycultured.co.uk, follow Absolutely Cultured on social media or ask one of our friendly City of Culture volunteers at each venue.

NEW MUSIC BIENNIAL: Rolf Hind – Tiger’s Nest

Rolf Hind’s work for percussion, gamelan and piano evokes the hike to an eponymous Bhutan monastery on a cliff. The piece is written for Javanese gamelan percussion orchestra, two prepared pianos and solo percussion including the canna sonora – a collection of nine-foot aluminium rods.

Rolf Hind has worked closely with living composers across a broad range of styles: from John Adams and Tan Dun, to Ligeti and Lachenmann; Xenakis and Messiaen, to Simon Holt and Judith Weir. He appears regularly at new music festivals throughout Europe and he is in demand as a soloist.

This event has unreserved seating.

Co-commissioned by Cheltenham Music Festival and the Southbank Centre, with the support of the Britten-Pears foundation.

NEW MUSIC BIENNIAL: TICKETS

You won’t receive a physical ticket for PRS Foundation’s New Music Biennial events, instead you will receive an e-ticket.

There is one ticket for each member of your party. In an effort to reduce paper waste we encourage you to download and show the ticket/s on your mobile device. If you are unable to do so please print off a copy of each ticket and show it at the venue to be scanned.

If you do not have access to a printer, or mobile phone, you can pop into the Hull Truck Theatre Box Office where staff will be happy to print a copy off for you. This service is only available during Hull Truck Theatre’s Box Office opening hours; Mon – Sat, 10am – 5.30pm (open later on show nights). Alternatively we charge £1 for printing and postage of e-tickets.

Please note, this event is free but ticketed. Tickets do not guarantee entry and admission is on a first-come-first-served basis for those with tickets. Please ensure you arrive promptly to avoid disappointment.

ON THE DOOR TICKETS

Tickets are available to from Hull Truck Theatre up until 2hrs before the event. Please bear in mind that if you are not able to receive e-tickets, on a mobile device, the theatre does not open until 10am for you to collect physical printed tickets.

After this time, if the event is not sold out, you may be able to obtain tickets on the door. To check availability please contact team@absolutelycultured.co.uk, follow Absolutely Cultured on social media or ask one of our friendly City of Culture volunteers at each venue.

LET’S HANG ON

Four New Jersey boys from the wrong side of the tracks invented their own sound and wrote their own songs to become one of the biggest pop sensations of all time.

Their story. . . their music. . . their sound. . . is all wrapped up in one remarkable production that moved Frankie Valli to say “you guys are dynamite”.

His group’s humble beginnings – perfectly recreated on stage with a show-stealing, pitch-perfect doo wop a capella. Their Sixties and Seventies, chart-topping heyday presented against a backdrop of amazing imagery. Plus all the million-sellers written for fellow pop legends included for good measure. . . Let’s Hang On packs it all into two hours of non-stop hits.

Sherry, Why do Fools Fall in Love, Breaking Up is Hard to Do, Big Girls Don’t Cry, Walk Like a Man, Rag Doll, Working My Way Back to You, Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You, Beggin’, My Eyes Adored You, Oh What a Night, Swearing to God, Grease and Let’s Hang On are only the half of it!!!

An outstanding cast, each a talented musician in their own right, bring the most amazing feel-good show on tour to your doorstep.

MY MY MY DELILAH

Get ready to Kiss and Fall In Love with The Boy From Nowhere.

This truly outstanding concert production celebrates the man, the music and the voice of one of the greatest singers of our time, Sir Tom Jones.

Together with West End Star Glen Leon’s astounding vocal likeness and powerful range, a band of gifted musicians and superb backing singers, this highly acclaimed show takes you on a wonderful roller-coaster ride through five decades of hits including: It’s Not Unusual, Green Green Grass of Home, Sex Bomb, Fall in Love, Kiss, Thunderball, She’s A Lady, What’s New Pussycat, and many many more.

Exceeding expectation wherever it plays My My My Delilah delivers on every level.