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Scarlet Divas are a delightfully pure-voiced soprano and mezzo soprano duo. The popular repertoire spans The Marriage of Figaro, Carmen, Cosi fan Tutte and La Boheme, as well as works by Purcell and Vivaldi.

Juliana is one of the brightest voices in Nu-Jazz / blues, with appearances at The Royal Albert Hall and Jazz Café already under her belt. Her solo set comprises past and present classics, and she also performs with Nu-Blues trio 2 Dreads + An Afro.

As World Cup fever takes hold, the boys show off the mesmerising art of freestyle football. Conor and Ash have performed at the UEFA Cup Final and in ad campaigns. They also generate excitement onstage, especially when setting the scene for awards.

Larkin are vibrant and modern and still maintain musical integrity, with a repertoire stretching from Brahms to The Beatles and brand new commissions. The individual members regularly back artists like Kanye West, Jessie J and Cheryl Cole.

Joe’s combo covers blues and jazz from Nina Simone to Harry Connick Jnr.

The Guardian’s ‘must see’ comedian has a string of television credits. He has also toured with Jack Dee and served on the Comedy Store Cutting Edge team. Gently poking fun at regional stereotypes, Paul has an easy rapport with corporate audiences.

The innovative circus creators provide anything from real 10 foot robots, fire and cloud swinging, street dance with LED suits, web spins and tightly choreographed juggling routines. All programmes have a contemporary feel and are totally adaptable to the venue and theme.

Gifted character comedian Tom brings two great comic grotesques to life: Ivan Brackenbury is Chesterfield and North Derbyshire Hospital Radio’s flagship presenter incapable of going a minute without putting his foot in his mouth or playing wildly inappropriate tracks to the ailing patients. With psychic-medium Ian D Montfort, he combines hilarious observation and parody with an impressive ability to ‘read minds’ and communicate with the deceased. Both appeared in Tom’s BBC One mockumentary Hospital People.

Raymond and Mr Timpkins continue their quest to defy description, and to bravely split their infinitives whenever the mood takes them. With a box full of ingenious props, the duo mime to an ever-changing montage of songs in their own take on Catchphrase – performed with a malfunctioning jukebox.

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