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The Fizzogs

Sue Hawkins, Deb Nicholls and Jacky Fellows met at Dudley College and went on to become the comedy sensation who have had audiences in fits of laughter for the last 15 years.

The Fizzogs started their career in theatre in health and education, where they found out that we were naturally funny and delved into the world of comedy shows in 2008. They've gone from strength to strength, attracting a large fan base who regularly attend their live performances.

Now completing ten-date tours in and around the Midlands, their performances incorporate a wide range of comedy characters - including the Dancing Grannies who have attracted worldwide attention. They performed at the Edinburgh Festival in the summer of 2015 to rave reviews and then came home to a sellout audience at Wolverhampton's Grand Theatre.

Their TV show 'In Bed with the Fizzogs' can be seen on Big Centre TV and has attracted a new legion of fans. Couple that with 'those' viral videos of the Dancing Grannies which have been viewed by over 10 million people around the globe to date.

The ladies started in radio two years ago and are thrilled to be part of Black Country Radio. All of them are very proud to be from the region and can be found every Friday morning, on Black Country Breakfast, from 7am. They bring you their weekly 'song off' and the 'culture minute' alongside the news, travel and great music. Plus, every now and again, those lovable old grannies turn up unannounced!

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    Art exhibition open to artists from across the Black Country.

    at Kingswinford Royal British Legion
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    A musical evening featuring reggae, ska and rocksteady; taste something different by trying classic jerk chicken or a vegetarian curry.

    at Blackheath Library
  • Stourbridge Navigation Trust - open Weekend

    This year the Trust will be staging the 35th annual Open Weekend down at the Bonded Warehouse. The event which runs from 10 am until 5 pm on both Saturday and Sunday will attract around 80 canal boats which will be moored along the historic Stourbridge Canal. There is free admission to the site and there are a number of attractions which include classic vehicles, traction engines, amusements, canal boat trips, fairground organs and a craft fair in the Bonded Warehouse. There will be many refreshment options including a hog-roast, a bar and a variety of craft stalls. Mark your diaries now so that you can attend this wonderful local event with something for all the family. Public parking needs to be found ‘on street’ in nearby locations within easy walking distance of the Bonded Warehouse site.

    at The Bonded Warehouse
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