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David Thomas

Michael Parkinson said they were the greatest band he knew and George Melly said they were the best he had ever sung with. Digby Fairweather’s Half Dozen are coming to the Rhodes Theatre, Bishop’s Stortford on Friday February 5 as part of their 21st Birthday Tour.

Maz O'Connor

Folk singer Maz O’Connor and her band play The Portland Arms, Cambridge on February 18 as part of a UK tour promoting her new album The Longing Kind. After her acclaimed second album This Willowed Light was released in 2014, Maz who plays a mixtures of her own compositions and traditional songs was named Fatea’s female vocalist of the year and nominated for the BBC Folk Awards. The album was The Observer’s folk album of the year.

Uncle Funk

Disco legends Uncle Funk and The Boogie Wonderband who wowed Glastonbury last year, will be at Haverhill Arts Centre for a Ladies Night concert on Friday, February 6.

The Saffron Walden folk-rock group Mortal Tides will play live and sign copies of their new album Light In/Light Out at Fopp, the music shop in Sidney Street, Cambridge on Friday, January 11. They are also playing at Junction 2 The Shed on Friday, March 11.

Saffron Walden County High School
Esa-Pekka Salonen 
rehearsal, RFH, 4 Sept 2010
commissioned by Alice Walton at Philharmonia Orchestra
Rite of Spring, Romeo & Julia, Night on the Bare Mountain and Debussy's Nocturnes

Cambridge Corn Exchange will welcome the award-winning Philharmonia Orchestra on Wednesday, March 2.

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