BAFTA nominated performer Richard Digance is celebrating 50 years of songs and stories with a double set outing at The Robin 2 at Bilston.

He will be taking to the stage at the Mount Pleasant music venue on Wednesday September 6 from 8.40pm, then again from 9.55pm.

Digance, who won a BAFTA nomination for TV Entertainer Of The Year and a gold award from The British Academy of Composers, composed the audio book music for Bill Bryson’s bestseller The Road To Little Dribbling, His Animal Alphabet poems, serialised by The BBC, are used as English teaching aids in 14 countries from the USA to Swaziland - and his guitar instrumentals are used on numerous TV productions.

He once supported Robin Williams at The London Palladium and Steve Martin in the USA - and on TV he has played guitar with Queen’s Brian May, Status Quo and The Moody Blues.

Digance also composes incidental and soundtrack music for film, TV, radio, documentaries and audio books.

Advance tickets for the all-seated show cost £15 in advance from the box office on 01902 401211 or online at

They can also be bought on the door for £17 - from 7.30pm.