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Paul Jones and Dave Kelly share the Blues

When British blues royalty pay a visit to Diss, it’s a rare treat not to be missed. Paul Jones and Dave Kelly are no strangers to the Corn Hall, having previously appeared as part of… read more
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The Norfolk & Norwich festival comes to Diss

Last year, Geneva Lewis performed at the Octagon Chapel in Norwich alongside pianist Evren Ozel, but this time she was flying solo, showcasing the superb sound of a violin constructed by Guadagnini in the eighteen… read more
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There is no substitute for the Real Thing

Before the evening’s headliner took to the stage, Richie Sampson warmed up the crowd with a lovingly curated selection of soul and Motown hits. Showcasing a fine voice, he kicked things off with The Temptations'… read more
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Delf Delves into the Wilderness

Last year, Eliza Delf gave what was only her second live performance at the Corn Hall, supporting Roddy Woomble of Idlewise. Eight months later, she has returned, accompanied by her Wilderness Collective, as headliner. Before… read more
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A celebration of Django Reinhardt

The regular jazz evenings at the Corn Hall, hosted by Chris Ingram, always attract a sizeable audience, and their loyalty is invariably rewarded by excellent musicians playing the music they love. The four-piece London Django… read more
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The Cawston Band raises the roof off the Corn Hall

If you've never heard a brass band play live - and these days that sadly places you with the majority – it might be hard to appreciate why those of us who have simply love… read more
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The Ice Wolf Cometh

MISS MIMPLE MEETS THE ICE WOLF - Common Ground Theatre Company Ushering in the New Year in the company of Common Ground Theatre has become something of tradition in the last few years, and one… read more
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Fraser Anderson and Bex Baxter in perfect Harmony

Confronted by a bare stage, there was a palpable feeling of both expectation and curiosity amongst the audience at the Corn Hall, waiting for Fraser Anderson to take to the stage. I wasn’t alone in… read more
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His Luton bungalow had more than one story

It might be a stretch to call John Hegley’s show multimedia, but we did get a series of slides, starting off with a drawing of the Luton bungalow where he grew up, featuring inspirations for… read more
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Woomble and Delf offer a rare Double bill

Founding member and lead vocalist of Idlewild, Roddy Woomble, is currently touring on own, albeit with a little help from his friend and fellow band member Andrew Mitchell on keyboards and guitar. In a relaxed… read more
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