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The Great American Song Book

Songs from Ian Gallagher as Frank Sinatra and, joining him in the nostalgia, our very own fabulous Barn-Ettes. It’ll be a sparkling night!

The Trials of Cato

The up-and-coming Cambridgeshire folk band making a name for themselves nationally these days. Praised for the diversity of their material and influences, The Trials of Cato’s live show “invariably stuns audiences wherever they play” (FATEA). Whether plying their trade busking, performing in front of thousands at festivals across Europe, or frequently selling out their own shows, The Trials of Cato have the wind behind them. Something you should see for yourselves.

Red Stripe

Always a crowd-pleaser. We’re delighted to welcome Neil Drinkwater and his band during their 25th anniversary year. They’re bound to stir the blood and get people bopping in the aisles with their mix of boogie-woogie, jive and rock ’n’ roll classics as well as their own songs. Don’t miss it – and get your tickets early as this show always sells out!”

SOUND London-based choir with a difference

SOUND are a choir from London. Why are they expected to pull out all the stops and leave the Barn's audience and creatives so inspired? Just take a peek at their website soundchoir.com and you'll see why. They've agreed to bring 15 singers to the Barn to perform a unique 75-minute one-off performance from their pop, funk and soul repertoire and I for one will be there!

The Barn Fringe Dates & Tickets

20:00

Wednesday

11 Sep

2019

Barn Theatre

The Great American Song Book

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20:00

Thursday

12 Sep

2019

Barn Theatre

The Trials of Cato

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20:00

Friday

13 Sep

2019

Barn Theatre

Red Stripe

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20:00

Saturday

14 Sep

2019

Barn Theatre

SOUND London-based choir with a difference

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