Moseley Nomads are heading to the Jewellery Quarter
On Saturday 6 June from 6.45pm Moseley-based Nomad is wandering over to the Coffin Works for an evening of outdoor live music, comedy and spoken word entertainment in the historic Victorian courtyard.
The evening will play host to home-grown talent including Tom Christian who recently won the Midlands Comedy Awards Best New Act 2015, David Freja, singer-songwriter and UK folk festival veteran and Joe Smith and The Holy Rollers who frequent the cafes, bars and speakeasies of downtown Birmingham.
Suzanne Carter from Birmingham Conservation Trust who is organising the event says “The Coffin Works is the perfect place for outdoor entertainment. The audience will be seated on the spot where historically sand-cast coffin furniture would have been ‘dipped’ in a mix of noxious chemicals; on Saturday night, it will be an eclectic ‘mix’ of talented performers bringing laughter and toe tapping instead!”
Doors open 6.45pm and the show starts at 7.30pm. Early Bird on-line price: £5 (plus small booking fee), £7.50 on door. To book tickets click here.
The details of the evening’s line-up visit www.coffinworks.org/whats-on/
RT @DigbethDiner: The game has been changed. You asked for it, so here it is. The very first ‘Dogbeth Dining Club’. Sunday, 28th Octobe…
RT @IndependentBham: Tucked away down side streets, off the beaten path, Birmingham is full of wonderful independent hidden gems. Here's ou…
A vibrant museum in the heart of the city with over 40 galleries.Read More
Plan the perfect shopping trip with full store, centre and brand directories.Read More
From the world-famous, 21st Century Bullring to the Victorian elegance of the Great Western Arcade.Read More
Don’t miss Birmingham’s amazing markets – whether it’s the 850-year old Bullring markets or the...Read More
Home to more diamond rings, finishing touches and tokens of love than anywhere else in...Read More