Friday, March 10, 2017

The greatest hits from pop-rock duo Chas and Dave will get everyone up dancing in Dagenham.

Re-live the moments that made Frank Sinatra one of the most popular artist’s in the 20th century.

Multi-platinum selling artist Kenny Thomas is reliving his prime by getting back up on stage.

They may not rule the world, but a Take That tribute band is looking to conquer the bingo hall.

Essex-based covers band Expose are hoping to get the crowd dancing at the Dagenham Roundhouse tomorrow night.

Mr Spankey and The Hipthrusters are playing their first gig in the borough.

Kick off your four-day weekend with a night of festive hits and fun at the Dagenham Roundhouse.

Mod band Missing Andy are looking forward to playing a smaller scale show as they get ready for their Dagenham Roundhouse gig.

Generations of clubbers can relive their party days by heading to a reunion night for one of east London’s most popular clubs.

The longest established The Who tribute act will be playing all the group’s hits on Saturday night.

Wish it could be Christmas everyday? Then get into the festive spirit on Sunday with an afternoon of nostalgia.

Love house and garage music but tired of travelling miles to get your fix?

Contemporary gospel rapper Guvna B bagged his second MOBO award last night.

An Amy Winehouse tribute act will be bringing Back to Black back to life at the Dagenham Roundhouse.

Musicians will play their hearts out in aid of Oxfam.

Schoolchildren and arts groups from Barking and Dagenham enertained thousdands of people at the Barbican.

Schoolchildren from Barking and Dagenham will perform at a free open day at the Barbican.

Contemporary gospel rapper Guvna B has been nominated for a MOBO for the third time.

An evening of pure club classics, R’n’B flavours, deep vocal, tech house, garage and dirty soul will get you up on your feet this weekend.

A celebration of a legendary rock venue’s heyday – where a typical bill would include Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin – will take place on Saturday.

The sun shone as revellers enjoyed fairground rides, a battle of the bands and “rockney” legends.

The Nineties were back with a vengeance as a host of boybands took fans by storm on a sunny day of nostalgic tributes.

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