Kate Rusby and Tap Factory at the Alban Arena

11:33 03 April 2014

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Folk singer Kate Rusby returns to The Alban Arena with her repertoire of much-loved classics next Thursday, April 10.

Her vast back catalogue stretches over two decades of music making and she enjoys an unprecedented crossover appeal as a folk singer.

As ever, she is joined on stage by top British folk musicians in a show which gets underway at 7.30pm.

Tickets are £19.50 with under 16s £5 off, available from the Arena box office on 01727 844488 or online at www.alban-arena.co.uk

A brand-new award-winning concept in the genre of Stomp, Tap Dogs and Blue Man Group comes to the Arena next Sunday, April 13.

Tap Factory is a visual show that features some of the world’s best tap dancers and international musicians who blend the art of percussion, with dance and acrobatics.

It comes to the UK direct from tours in Europe and South America as part of its world tour and gets underway at 7.30pm.

Tickets are £21.50, £19.50 (concessions £2 off and under-16s £16).

n UB40, who are performing at the Arena next Friday, April 11, have sold out.

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