Marlow Town Regatta & Festival

Marlow Town Regatta & Festival

Marlow Town Regatta & Festival - Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th June 2017. Marlow's premier sporting and social occasion.

Saturday Entertainment

Saturday Entertainment


15:00 – 15:20  – Muddy Duck

15:30 – 16:15  – Next Stage Choir

 17:00 – 18:00 – REEVE

 18:30 – 19:30 – INTERKOOLA

 20:00 – 21:30 – Crocodile Mock

Crocodile Mock

Crocodile Mock is an amazing 5-piece band recreating the authentic sound of Sir Elton John, performing classics such as Sacrifice, Your Song and I Guess That’s Why They Call It the Blues, to name a few! A tribute with a difference, this show isn’t just about impersonating Sir Elton John, It’s a show in it’s own right. The band are stunning to watch and play the tracks with great energy, making them their own!

Crocodile Mock will have you singing & dancing all night long! Expect a fabulously entertaining and energetic evening, watching this master tribute to Sir Elton John. Shut your eyes and you’ll think you’re listening to the Queen of Pop himself!!!

Iain Court performed his Elton John tribute show ‘Crocodile Mock’ for us at Moonlight Bay in Lanzarote for 15 months. Our  venue was sold as  an excursion by all the major British Tour Operators and Iain´s Elton John tribute was a major part of this show and he received very good reviews. His uncanny vocals and superb interaction with the audience always left people very happily entertained.

Headline:  Interkoola

are one of the most exciting bands in the area and have made a huge impact in Marlow at many local venues and major festivals over the past couple of years playing terrific covers and original songs. Making a massive impact at last year’s Regatta festival, we are delighted they are back by popular demand to support our headline act this year. Covering top indie, rock and British bands they are guaranteed to get the party rocking for a great summer evening’s entertainment.


Reeve are a High Wycombe based five piece band formed four years ago by local guitarist and singer/songwriter Reto Keiderling, founder member of popular local 90’s band Big Rain
Reeve play a wide range of infectious covers spanning four decades, all with their own unique mix of rock with a touch of modern folk

Complimenting Reto on lead vocals is Suzanne Rice. Suzanne has an incredible track record, with Big Rain, Suzie and Mekonz on her CV, as well as rock duo Two Non Blondes.

Electric violinist and current Papa Truck member Nia Sherrington brings a highly individual country style to Reeve with her melodic playing and smooth backing vocals.

Bass player Peter Wilkinson playing credits include Big Rain and the Leroy Sears Band as well as ‘depping’ on drums for many of the local Wycombe bands over the years.

Jaime Stallwood is the latest recruit to the Reeve family with his funky drumming driving the whole band. He’s also pretty handy on guitar. After living in Cyprus for many years he’s managed to get his kit over to the UK, finally making Reeve a truly international group.

Next Stage Choir

Next Stage Choir was formed in 2010 and is led by its professional Musical Director, Russell Scott. Having started out in Marlow, the choir now also runs in St. Albans and Aylesbury.

There is a wide range of ability in the choir from those who have only just started singing to the more seasoned professionals, and with over 120 members with ages ranging from their 20s to the 80s, the choir has a real community feel.

It is called a ‘tutored’ choir because whilst working on the repertoire in preparation for performances, its MD works on voice development, technique and vocal skill.

Though the choir is run alike other traditional choirs, its focus is on non-classical music in a fun and dynamic environment where vocal development and skill is as important as the development of the choir itself.

The choir has a wide and constantly expanding repertoire from classical to pop, from musicals to gospel, and everything between!

Since its conception, the choir has continued to develop and broaden its repertoire, but also building a reputation for its friendliness, progression and its continued determination to being the best it can be.

The choir has been featured on BBC Radio 3, Absolute Radio, as well as local radio. It has released two commercial recordings and is releasing its first Christmas EP in 2019. The choir has performed at Cadogan Hall in London, the UK Choir Festival, Meraki Festival, as well as charity and community events. The choir has sung in Austria and Sweden, and most recently, opened ‘Finding Joy’ at The Aylesbury Waterside Theatre in aid of Dementia Care, to public acclaim.

The choir is looking forward to some exciting times ahead including its first visit to the US in 2020 as part of its 10th Year anniversary celebrations.

For information on joining Next Stage Choir please visit: