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KEEPING the spirit of Lynott alive, Limehouse Lizzy makes its return to The Stables tonight with a rousing trip back through Thin Lizzy’s enthusiastic catalogue and songs like Sarah, Whisky In The Jar and Emerald.

You could gamble your house on them playing the Boys Are Back in Town, too.

Karnataka arrive tomorrow night, with a set spanning the powerful to the ethereal, and the breathtaking to the haunting.

The Celtic-inspired rock troupe have been swelled in number by the arrival of Hayley Griffiths, who has also taken the mic as the lead vocalist with Riverdance and Flatley’s Lord Of The Dance.

Now, you might think that you only drink a Mojito, but you can dance to them too.

The high-energy Salsa band will be in the Jim Marshall auditorium on Saturday night for a genre smashing set – expect to hear salsa with reggae, funk and hip hop, for starters.

Enjoy the real taste of Cuba from 8pm.

According to Pete Doherty, it was a classmate by the name of Emily Baker who first influenced him to pick up a guitar.

Emily has since supported him at a couple of shows, and has also stage shared with Jon Allen, Gabriella Cilmi, Beth Rowley and Chris Difford.

On Saturday night, she will be performing in Stage 2.

There are Jazz Matters to discuss on Sunday morning from 11.30am, while The Lightning Seeds stump up in the evening, but tickets are pretty much gone for this show, while tickets for The South, who play on Monday, sold out ages ago – turn back a page to read singer Ali Wheeler answering our Cue and Play questions though...

Go Rockin’ On Heaven’s Door on Monday night with Linda Gail Lewis guesting.

If the name hasn’t already given the game away, she is the sister of rock n roll legend Jerry Lee.

Anna Massey and Mairearad Green bring the sounds of Scotland to the South on Tuesday evening and then the SambaSunda Quintet round things off on Wednesday night.

It’s the only show this week where you will hear a kacapi, violin, suling and kendang drums used onstage, for certain.

If you want comedy, not music, head to Stage 2 for the Screaming Blue Murder Comedy Club bringing the funnies from 8.45pm.

Call MK 280800 with bookings.