The Stranglers will be hitting the road again in March 2018, this time with The Definitive Tour. With the vast catalogue of material that the Stranglers have in their recorded arsenal, it is never easy to decide exactly which songs to bring together on record or perform live on tour but, in March 2018, the band will present their “Definitive” collection. The Definitive Tour is set to coincide with the planned re-release of their first seven albums (six studio and one live) originally issued on the UA and EMI/Liberty labels. Evie Kissack speaks to founding member of The Stranglers, Jean-Jacques Burnel, about punching through the punk rock era, getting arrested, starting riots, and the band's longevity.

Following a hugely successful mini-tour in 2017, Moya returns to the UK for a more extensive fourteen date UK tour in March 2018 with her musicians to promote her latest CD ‘Canvas’. Moya Brennan, Voice of Clannad and First Lady of Celtic Music is touring internationally to showcase her new studio album Canvas. She comes to the UK in March 2018.

Comedian Geoff Norcott extends spring tour due to overwhelming public demand, with an autumn leg also now on sale. In addition to his live comedy work, Geoff is correspondent for BBC2’s The Mash Report and will so been seen the the new series of Live At The Apollo.  Geoff has also guested on BBC1’s Question Time, BBC2’s Daily Politics and BBC Radio 4’s The Now Show. 2018 will see Geoff star in his own BBC Radio 4 stand up special.

Dodging cultural and literal bullets, Israeli incursions and religion, Mark Thomas and his team set out to run a comedy club for two nights in the Palestinian city of Jenin. Only to find it’s not so simple to celebrate freedom of speech in a place with so little freedom. Jenin refugee camp, home to Jenin Freedom Theatre and to people with a wealth of stories to tell. Mark tells this story alongside two of its actors and aspiring comics, Faisal Abu Alhayjaa and Alaa Shehada.  A story about being yourself in a place that wants to put you in a box.

Arguably the most successful reggae band in the world, UB40 have enjoyed a triumphant musical career that has taken them all over the world, performing in countless venues to audiences of thousands. This year, to mark the band’s 40th anniversary, UB40 will release a much-anticipated new album featuring original tracks, and will continue to perform live shows around the globe. Since the band started in 1978, UB40 have impressively produced 39 UK Top 40 hit singles, spent a total of 6 weeks at number one, and have accumulated 238 weeks in the UK Top 40 charts. From the very beginning, the band has been renowned for creating music with a cause.

Get In Touch

Drop us a line

Contact Info

We would love to hear from you and appreciate your feedback. Please get in touch with any queries or questions that you may have regarding the Cornfield Magazine.

Phone: 0121 796 6800

Email: info@cornfieldpublishing.co.uk

Website: www.cornfieldpublishing.co.uk

Address: Wythall Business Centre May Lane, Birmingham, B47 5PD