Get Out! Ents new this week...

Published: 17 Feb 2012 09:300 comments

A PIECE of very exciting news landed in our inbox this week - Jools Holland will be playing The Hexagon later this year.

With support from 80s superstars Marc Almond and The Fine Young Cannibals front man Roland Gift, plus Scot songstress Katy Tunstall, his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra will dominate the stage on Friday, November 2, at this Big Band spectacular.

He is a pioneer of international talent with a reputation that proceeds him, so don't miss a chance to get tickets by calling 0844 873 7353 or online via or or

LET us tempt you down to The Oakford Social Club, Reading, where BBC Introducing favourites Karn8 will be ready to work the crowd into a sweat with their smokey vocals and heavy desert session style riffs at their EP release show. Just rock up on Wednesday, at 8pm. It's free!

BATTLE the bullies by buying charity single It Does Get Better.

The L Project released the single, sung by some of the UK's most talented female gay artists, on Saturday last week and all proceeds will go to Diversity Role Models and Stonewall, who help prevent homophobic bullying.

To buy the single or find out more visit

THEATRE Royal Windsor is offering the chance to meet Hollywood leading lady and star of their current production, On Golden Pond, Stefanie Powers.

Ms Powers will sign copies of her book One From The Hart at Waterstones, in Windsor, on Friday, February 24, at 12.30pm. Don't miss your chance to take home a special piece of the sunshine state.

HAVE yourself A Bit Of A Mouthful at An Evening With Ian Shaw.

Norden Farm has pinned down the international jazz superstar to perform an intimate ensemble of jazz classics and hilarious hits tomorrow (Saturday).

Don't miss a chance to see the cabaret circuit regular that's performed alongside Quincy Jones, Rory Bremner, Jo Brand and more and get your £12 tickets by calling 01628 788997 or via

READY for a mulled mind? Because that's what you're in for if you head down to South Street Arts Centre, Reading, on Thursday at 8pm... and we mean that in a good way

Accountant-turned comedic magician Ian Keable's career turn is just as mind boggling as his show, Funny Tricks, which features a mad mix of mind-reading, magic tricks and comedy.

So join this British Magical Champion Of Comedy award-winner for a night you won't forget. Tickets are £10 (plus booking fee) from 0118 9606060 or via

HUW and Maart will bring an enchanting evening of legendary British folk to Nettlebed Folk Club next week.

Huw Williams and Martin Allcock have united to wax lyrical about everything from their first meeting on a Fairport Convention bus in 1995, to the Jethro Tull days and everything in between.

Tickets are £12 by calling 01628 636620 or via

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