Music Of The Americas is a guitar-led jazz quartet that takes its inspiration from the close harmony sounds of the legendary George Shearing, as well as travelling south of the border to pay tribute to Brazilian samba and bossa nova.More info
The Ti-Ti-Ta Hungarian Folkdance Group was established in March 2015 in Chester by some enthusiastic Hungarians.More info
The Academy’s Showband has had the fortunate opportunity of performing twice at Carnegie Hall, New York in the last 12 years, winning a Gold Award in New York Band Festival in 2007 and then performing in the Showcase evening concert at the New York Band Festival in 2010.More info
Magical Bubble Fun For all.
Bubbles have slowly taken over our lives, and it’s wonderful. Bubbles provide beauty and a release in a world where the pace of life has increased and the opportunity to pause a while is often hard.
NEW Dance is the community dance organisation for north east Wales, funded by Arts Council of Wales.More info
Rockabilly / Psychobilly crossover. We call it Killerbilly.More info
The Melodics are a women’s singing group who rehearse in Llangollen, originally formed in 2010 and recently reformed.More info
Created by 3 musicians from different countries, who met and discovered that their musical talents, although different from each others, blended together perfectly creating a unique find that was readily appreciated by their audiences.More info
Daniel Laws (guitar, vocals & composer) formed BRENIG with friends Mandy Martin (mandolin, guitar and vocals) and Mary Martin (fiddle) in 2012 to perform his songs. Mary left the band last year but will join them on the occasional local concert and future recording.More info
The Coral were formed in 1996 in Hoylake on the Wirral Peninsula, their popularity is reflected in having sold over a million UK albums since their debut EP release in 2001, five of those hitting the top ten, including the chart-topping “Magic and Medicine” (2003).More info