Breaking Tradition, the UK’s leading folk and hip hop dance company, comes together with award-winning folk powerhouse The Demon Barbers at The Haymarket on 22 September in a new family show for those years and over.

Quest ventures inside an extraordinary computer game world fusing Morris, clog and sword dance with popping, locking, breaking and martial arts. New songs and traditional melodies with an electronic edge.

Tony Hadley performs at The Anvil on October 12. After the much-anticipated solo album Talking to the Moon, the former front man of Spandau Ballet will perform tracks from his new album plus some favourite Spandau hits.

As the first UK female singer-songwriter to gain international success, Joan Armatrading has spent the last 45 years touring and recording. 2018 brings Joan into her 46th year in music and only the second time that she will be performing a tour completely solo. She has written and recorded new music specially for this tour and will be singing those songs along with hits from the past. See her at The Anvil on October 14.

Wishbone Ash are at The Haymarket on October 17. With millions of albums sold, their twin-guitar sound inspired bands from Thin Lizzy to Iron Maiden and produced great tracks including The King Will Come, Throw Down the Sword and Blowin’ Free. Combining the old songs with the new, they’re just as fresh after 40 years on the road!

Paul Young performs his much loved debut album No Parlez in celebration of 35 years since its release, at The Anvil on October 21.

Reaching no.1 in UK charts and quickly becoming triple Platinum, the album produced his first UK no.1 single Wherever I Lay My Hat, and hits Come Back and Stay and Love of The Common People.

Eddi Reader comes to The Haymarket on October 23. Eddi first made a name for herself with Fairground Attraction and their single Perfect and parent album First of a Million Kisses which both topped the British charts. However, it has been her subsequent solo albums that bring to life all forms of song, from the traditional to the contemporary, that show her ability take on different musical styles and make them all very much her own.

10cc make a welcome return to The Anvil on October 28 to perform their hits including I'm Not in Love, which reached number one in the UK in 1975, Donna, Rubber Bullets, and Dreadlock Holiday.

For more information or for tickets, visit or call the Anvil Arts box office on 01256 844244.