We are delighted to announce that the dates for Moseley Festival 2015 will be Friday 3rd July to Sunday 12th .
Our keynote event, the Street Fair, will take place on Saturday 4th July.
Do get in touch with us if you’d like to be involved in our Festival next summer.
Sad to see the end of 10 days of events for Moseley Festival 2014?
Well, you’ll be delighted to know that there is more in store. Some events just couldn’t be fitted in to the 10 day time frame, so there are treats still to look forward to.
Flying Teapot Events have a Street Food and Flea Market on Saturday 19th 10am -3pm on the Village Green.
At 7.30pm on Saturday 19th, there is the ever-popular Music for a Summer Evening at St Mary’s Church. St Mary’s Choir and Singers offer a variety of music from ancient to modern to suit all tastes. Admission is free, and there is a retiring collection.
That same evening, One Night at the Proms is staged by Birmingham Brass Band at Joseph Chamberlain College. Bring your own picnic and a blanket – the concert will be outside if weather permits. Tickets are £7/£5, space is limited and booking in advance is recommended by emailing email@example.com.
And then on Tuesday 22nd and Wednesday 23rd The Prince of Wales will be staging their postponed Moseley’s Got Talent competition in the garden of the pub.
So the action continues. See you there !
Well, here we go for our 10th and final day.
Get yourselves down to the Birmingham Buddhist Centre in Park Rd this afternoon for their Open Day. This is a chance to explore the centre, relax with tea and cake in the spacious garden, look around the various shrine rooms, try a meditation tester or find out about Buddhism in a Question and Answer session. They are open 1pm till 5pm, so do drop in some time.
The Mostly Jazz , Funk and Soul festival continues in the Park. The weather isn’t looking as good as the last two days, but the forecast is now good for the rest of the day. We hear that the Family Stone are heading the line-up today.
This evening sees the second performance of Life and Times of the Tat Man. The venue is the Dance Workshop 132 Alcester Rd. We hear that it was very well received on its opening night yesterday.
Special offer at Priya continues. Three courses £8.95
And finally (well, sort of - see next blog post) there is the unofficial Mostly Jazz After Party at the Prince of Wales.
Have a great Moseley Festival Sunday.
Another day with a variety of events on offer, but it has gone up a notch in terms of the cultural offerings on Saturday. First off, for the children aged 2 to 8, there is Fishy Tales, a performance by Riverside Performing Arts at Maison Mayci starting at 10am. So the parents can be guaranteed a great cup of coffee while they watch too. Admission is £3 per child, parents free.
Also starting at 10am is Poetry at the Exchange, a workshop led by Cannon Poets. The subject is “I remember ……” No previous experience is necessary, and the ticket price is £5 to include refreshments.
The Mostly Jazz Funk and Soul festival continues in the Park, of course.
In the evening, why not go along to the play Life and Times of the Tat Man at the Dance Workshop. Doors 6.30, performance starts 7.30, tickets £5.
Then Cannon Poets are back in Moseley Exchange in the evening, combining with Nine Arches Press and music from Flootstreet. Tickets are £5.
All this culture and no dinner yet? Don’t forget the special offer at Priya, 3 courses for £8.95.
And then round off your Saturday night with a late one, For the Love at the Night Owl . Classic funk, disco, soul, above the former Cross.
Enjoy your Saturday !
Horse Feathers are on the bill. They are Garage Spaghetti Western soundtrack complete with Spanish vocals and lassoes.
They are joined by The Taskers, a brother/sister grungy lo-fi rock band.
Not content with two great bands, the promoter also offers solo acts Hannah Brown, Melanie Gibbons, Harriet Harkcom. And last but not least J D McElwee singer/songwriter from The Kings of Spain who will be playing soulful acoustic originals.