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Jake Isaac is at the forefront of a British soul renaissance. Fusing a soul voice and sensibility with the craftsmanship of classic songwriting, he expresses in song the vulnerabilities that men rarely feel comfortable discussing.

A kindred spirit to his friends such as JP Cooper, Jacob Banks and Michael KiwanukaJake Isaac nonetheless operates in his own lane, his artistry connecting with fans (150 million+ streams to date) and iconic artists (Sir Elton John, Sting) alike.

Due to phenomenal demand, Madonna adds two extra dates to her The Celebration Tour in the UK, performing a total of four nights at London’s The O2. Saturday 14th, Sunday 15th, Tuesday 17th and Wednesday 18th October 2023.
Produced by Live Nation, the 35-city global tour will kick off in North America on Saturday, July 15th at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, BC with stops in Detroit, Chicago, New York, Miami, Los Angeles, and more before making its way to Europe where she will hit 11 cities throughout the fall, including London, Barcelona, Paris, and Stockholm, among others.

The Saudi Motorsport Company (SMC) – Promoter of the Formula 1 STC Saudi Arabian Grand Prix 2023 – is thrilled to confirm that multiple Grammy nominated US rapper, Travis Scott, will perform at this year’s event taking place in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia from 17th-19th March 2023.

The concert will take place on the Main Stage of the Jeddah Corniche Circuit, F1’s longest and fastest street circuit. 

Skerryvore excel at using their Scottish roots music as the beating heart behind a contemporary alt-pop sound that’s winning over audiences both home and abroad. It’s a style that they continue to evolve on their upcoming album ‘Tempus’ viaCooking Vinyl on April 28th, with an intoxicating concoction of anthemic highs, strident rock, stadium-folk thrills and subtle dance beats.

Doreen Tipton was feline friendly when she took a break from panto to pay a visit to the furry residents of Birmingham’s Kitty Café in Grand Central. Doreen, who is playing the role of Doreen the Cat in Birmingham Hippodrome’s ‘Dick Whittington’ made plenty of new fur-ends during the trip.

House icons Masters At Work dropped something special with 2001’s ‘Work’, an unforgettable mix of boisterous soca rhythms, full-force house energy and a swaggering, sassy topline courtesy of Denise Belfon. Over twenty years later and this classic soca anthem is taking over dancefloors in 2023 with a fresh version of the track from Kevin McKay, the producer/DJ behind ‘Gimme Gimme’ and a reimagined take on Missy Elliott’s ‘Work It’ which hit #1 at Beatport in 2021.

B:Music, the Birmingham music charity responsible for Symphony Hall and Town Hall, has launched its new Spring programme for 2023 which includes comedy, live music, dance and spoken word on its two world-famous stages.

The new season showcases an array of performances at Town Hall and Symphony Hall. From KT Tunstall’s soulful vocals to Lloyd Griffith’s distinct humour, February sees a varied and exciting programme.

Leicester has become only the fourth city in the UK to welcome the popular Sixes Social Cricket brand. The sports-themed concept combines the game of cricket with top-notch hospitality for a great night out.

Re-imagining cricket for the modern socialite, guests can look forward to precision sports technology alongside burgers, sharing plates and wood-fired pizzas. Quality food and drink is at the heart of what Sixes offers, making it a great night out with or without the sports!

Ex-Manchester United star Eric Cantona has launched an exhibition on sporting heroes and their impact on society. The football legend helped to curate the show, which also features artist Michael Browne's depictions of soccer icon Diego Maradona, boxer Muhammad Ali and Olympic athlete Jesse Owens.

Fresh from her critically acclaimed Netflix special The Twist…? She’s Gorgeous, New York sensation and Edinburgh Comedy Award winner Catherine Cohen is set to embark on a tour of the UK for the first time with her eagerly anticipated second show, Come For Me.

Catherine Cohen’s charismatic persona shines through once more in Come For Me, an openly glamorous, decidedly horny musical exploration of what it means to enter your thirties as a woman online, in love, and inspired to romanticize the prospect of freezing your eggs.

Tom Jones took to Twitter to glowingly describe the late Jeff Beck as a "giant among the greats". The 82-year-old Welsh crooner spoke out after he learned Jeff died of bacterial meningitis. He shared his grief with over 603,000 followers, writing: "Undeniably a giant amongst the greats whose magic guitar could sing like no other….

Indians are celebrating after Telugu-language epic action drama, ‘RRR’ created history by winning a Golden Globe - a first for the country. The film's catchy musical number, Naatu Naatu, was awarded best original song, beating heavyweights like Taylor Swift and Rihanna.

The hit song was filmed in front of Ukraine president Volodymyr Zelensky's official residence in 2021. Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi expressed the country’s joy, saying: "This prestigious honour has made every Indian very proud".

An 11-year-old autistic boy has got the attention of the music - and wider - world, after he so quickly, and naturally, developed a talent that has been described as "Mozart-level."

Jude Kofie, from Colorado, in the USA, has an extraordinary music talent. He picked up piano playing without any tuition, and with a high competence, would freely hammer away at the keyboards, developing his cords, melodies, and solos.

The Frederick Ashton Foundation, in partnership with Birmingham Royal Ballet, present An Evening with Ashton, hosted by Elmhurst Ballet School. This special event, the first of its kind outside London, celebrates the work of the legendary Frederick Ashton, one of the UK’s most prolific choreographers and founding choreographer of Birmingham Royal Ballet and The Royal Ballet.

Global bestselling author and award-winning podcast host Jay Shetty has announced his first UK tour dates in 2023. ‘Jay Shetty: Love Rules’ takes in five dates starting at Glasgow’s Armadillo and culminates with two nights at the London Palladium - in May.  The tour follows the release of his highly anticipated second book ‘8 Rules of Love - How to Find It, Keep It, and Let It Go’ released on 31st January.