Forthcoming shows range from a Kate Bush tribute act and a gypsy jazz musician to a one-man Sherlock Holmes play and the music of Flanders and Swann.
The New Year fun and games get underway with The Circus of Horrors, the non-stop extravaganza which has gone from the finals of Britain's Got Talent to West End stardom.
Now celebrating its 21st anniversary, The Circus of Horrors set their latest incarnation 'Carnevil' in Victorian London in 1899 when Jack the Ripper was still at large. Tickets cost £25 (£18 for students).
Next up, on Saturday 16 January, is Uptown Funk Live!, a tribute to singer Bruno Mars with a blend of funk and soul classics. Tickets for the show cost £17.50 (£14 for students).
Although she recently performed her first live gigs in decades, Lichfield fans also have a chance to see the Kate Bush tribute band, Before The Dawn, on Saturday 23 January.
The repertoire of classic Kate Bush hits and album tracks is brought to life by the talented vocal impersonation of singer Kerry B backed by a highly talented band. Tickets for Before The Dawn cost £12.50.
For something completely different you can enjoy an evening of contemporary gypsy jazz courtesy of The Remi Harris Project on January 29.
Remi Harris, who is regarded as one of the UK's top up and coming jazz guitarists, takes traditional gypsy jazz and swing and blends in the likes of bebop, blues and hiphop.
Following his performance on Jamie Cullum's BBC Radio 2 show live from The Cheltenham Jazz Festival his album Ninick went to number 7 in the iTunes Top Jazz Albums Chart. Tickets for this unique experience cost £15.
The legendary figure of Sherlock Holmes in one-man show