MICHAEL Jackson fans are in for a treat when a new show comes to Exeter next week.
The King of Pop is not only remembered as one of the most influential artists of all time, but many of today's artists have been inspired by his iconic style.
Jackson Live in Concert, which will be at the Barnfield Theatre on Thursday, September 26, sees long-time fan and performer Ben recreate the Michael Jackson experience.
He will be joined on the stage by his band and dancers who work their way through all the hits from Thriller and Beat It to Billie Jean and more.
The concert starts at 8pm. Tickets £18. Call 01392 667080 or visit www.exeterphoenix.org.uk
DEVON Baroque, one of the principal orchestras in the South West specialising in baroque and early classical music played on period instruments, will be at St David's Church in Exeter, next Saturday.
Directed by Jonathan Watts the programme will be Exploring the Corelli Connection to mark the 300th anniversary of the composer's death. It includes Corelli, Handel, Vivaldi, Muffat and Bach.
It takes place on Saturday, September 21, from 7.30pm. Tickets £18 (students & under 18s £5) www.devonbaroque.co.uk and Exeter Phoenix 01392 667080.
AUDIENCES at a special concert at an Exeter theatre this month will be taken back to the hot jazz, blues, ragtime and popular dances of the Twenties and Thirties.
The FB Pocket Orchestra, will be at the Barnfield on Sunday, September 22, at 2.30pm. It features a unique line-up of strings, brass, reeds, guitar, percussion and vocals drawing repertoire from blues, jazz, ragtime and dance music from the early 1900s.
Tickets £9. Call 01392 667080 or visit www.exeterphoenix.org.uk
EXETER'S Barnfield is the venue for another great evening of music next week. Two of the UK's most accomplished jazz singers, Sarah Moule and Shireen Francis, come together for the first time to celebrate their musical icons, Peggy Lee and Ella Fitzgerald. It takes place on Thursday, September 27. Details: 01392 667080.