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11th


March tHe OSMOnDS


plymouth pavilions For over five decades the Osmond brothers have been entertaining sold out crowds throughout the world and 2012 marks the year of their biggest ever UK tour! the tour will take fans on a journey through their many unforgettable hits - from classics such as “One bad Apple”, “Down by the lazy river”, “let Me in” and “love Me For A reason” to “Crazy Horses” and “long Haired lover From liverpool”, the 1972 no.1 from Jimmy, who has more recently appeared in london’s west end in grease and Chicago. box Office - 0845 146 1460


11th March rebeCCA FergUSOn


plymouth pavilions After reaching the final of the x Factor in 2010, rebecca Ferguson’s soulful voice marked her out as one of the biggest talents to emerge from the show in recent years. Already her debut tour has been extended due to overwhelming demand. box Office - 0845 146 1460


17th March tHe StAnbOrOUgH CHOrUS


preSentS tHe ArMeD MAn (A MASS FOr peACe)


St. Michael and All Angels Church, Stokenham


SDirector of music: Christopher Fletcher, Soloist (Mezzo): Alison Duguid with the Divertimento ensemble (leading Musicians in the Devon Area). tickets £12 at the door, £10 in advance. Contact May Crimp on (01548) 842361 or tom gilkes on (01548) 560973 or from Kingsbridge tourist information Office.


17th March


tHe verY beSt OF gilbert O’SUllivAn live in COnCert Overview


princess theatre, torquay gilbert O’Sullivan has accumulated no less than fourteen top-forty hits, including Clair, Alone Again (naturally), get Down and nothing rhymed, with number one singles on both sides of the Atlantic, as well as four top-five UK albums. His live performances showcase his tremendous musical abilities and all the hits from the early 70’s right through to 2011. box Office: 0844 871 3023


22nd


March enter SHiKAri


plymouth pavilions After performing a sold out Autumn tour across the UK, enter Shikari have announced they will be back for brand new 6 date UK tour in early 2012, supporting their new album A Flash Flood of Colour. their energy and passion and the raucous and reckless reaction from the crowd have shot enter Shikari’s gigs straight into rock legend status and made them one of the most talked about live bands around! box Office - 0845 146 1460


23rd March


JOAn bAez plymouth pavilions


Since she began her legendary residency at boston’s famed Club 47 and her debut at the 1959 newport Folk Festival, Joan baez remains a musical force of nature whose influence is incalculable - marching on the front line of the civil rights movement with Martin luther King, singing on the first Amnesty international tour, standing alongside nelson Mandela when the world celebrated his 90th birthday in london’s Hyde park. box Office - 0845 146 1460


• Home cooked food and real ales • Families and large parties welcome • Large garden and Car Park


• Carvery served Saturday and Sunday evenings and Sunday lunch 12.00pm - 3.00pm.


• Food served everyday 12.00pm - 2.30pm and 6.00pm - 9.00pm • Pub open all day • Open fire and a warm welcome awaits


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