Posted by Zyllah Moranne-Brown at Monday, May 22nd, 2017 1:13am
"Yeeey-haaaa!" Well kind of. It's a Friday evening and we're well up for laughter and fun as we head to Stourbridge Town Hall for a bit of a 'Hoe Down'. A small town in the back of the Black Country is not the first place you would think of for such an event, but it is now what you would necessarily expect with the straight talking, acerbic and grouchy American from Montana, Rich Hall is here for our delectation.
Jenny Eclair: 'How To Be A Middle Aged Woman (Without Going Insane)' @ Dudley Town Hall - 18 May 2017
Posted by Zyllah Moranne-Brown at Monday, May 22nd, 2017 12:07am
So today has been a bit of a rubbish day and tonight we get a seriously needed pick-me-up in the company of a self-professed professional, grumpy old woman. Bringing her hit tour 'How To Be A Middle Aged Woman (Without Going Insane)', the younger than Madonna, crisp and wine eating Jenny Eclair is here tonight, at Dudley Town Hall.
Posted by Zyllah Moranne-Brown at Sunday, April 30th, 2017 12:00am
So it's Sunday night (or as tonight's act tells us - as it's a bank holiday weekend - let's treat it as a Saturday!) and we're on a trip to Stourbridge Town Hall to see an award winning comic. Welcome tonight to the mad, crazy, fast-paced, million mile an hour world that is comedian, Russell Kane.
Posted by Zyllah Moranne-Brown at Saturday, April 22nd, 2017 8:07pm
And so to a hidden little gem of a venue in the heart of the Black Country, to see a legendary local comedian with friend and legendary musician in tow, with a bunch of friends. What more could you want on a Friday night, as we pop along to Dudley Town Hall, to catch up with Jasper Carrott, Bev Bevan and friends and to Stand Up and Rock.
Posted by Zyllah Moranne-Brown at Friday, December 23rd, 2016 2:58pm
So with just a handful of sleeps before Christmas it is only truly festive to pop along to see one of those people who gave us one of those true Christmas songs we’ve sung along to for all these years. In the Symphony Hall, Birmingham, with a plethora of special guests, and a pretty much sold out crowd in full Christmas spirit akin in Santa hats and festive garb – let us welcome the Roy Wood Rock & Roll Band.
Posted by Zyllah Moranne-Brown at Tuesday, December 13th, 2016 11:46pm
How times flies. It’s been 20 years since these guys brought their brand of psychedelic pop rock to the airwaves, on the crest of the Brit-pop wave, one of the more eccentric and somewhat mystical of the bands of the time. A raft of top #10 hits and a #1 album – Kula Shaker an in town tonight – to celebrate those twenty years ago when that album ‘K’ was riding high.