Our friends at Gallery 12 have let us know about their exhibitions this autumn
30 August – 23 September
Winterbourne Coach House Gallery, Winterbourne House & Garden, Edgbaston Park Road, B15 2RT
10am – 5pm weekdays, 11am - 5pm weekends
1 November7pm – 9pm
2 November 10am – 5pm
3 November 10am – 4pm
Woodbridge Gallery, Woodbridge Road, Moseley, B13 9DZ
Our friends at Swingfit (you may have seem them performing in the extreme heat of the Street Fair) have decided to continue classes for the rest of the summer. Details here :
New fun Fitness Class at The Hub, Vicarage Rd, Kings Heath, b14 7nh
£5 (£3 for your first session with the attached flyer)
SwingFit is a fitness programme developed by founder Billie Baker in 2011.
It is based on easy to learn dance moves from the 1920s & ’30s, eg Charleston (as on Strictly Come Dancing!).
The sessions are designed for people of all fitness levels and abilities, with an emphasis on having fun while getting and staying fit!
No need to book – just turn up!
NB: Please wear loose sports clothing and flat shoes, pumps or trainers (preferably with laces for support)
which have little or no tread, to enable your feet to move easily
For further information please call Billie on 07968 499605 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s the last day of Moseley Festival 2013, and an eclectic mix of events is on offer:
Tasters at Zen.
Adult Student Showcase at the Dance Workshop, Alcester Rd.
Cocktail Week continues at The Prince of Wales.
Oxfam’s Moseley Mysteries Treasure Hunt starts and ends at The Patrick Kavanagh. Collect your clues anytime between 12 and 2.
Magenta Singing Workshop at Moseley All Services Club 2pm till 5pm.
Open Mic at the Pat Kav.
A Moseley at War exhibition and Aspects of Moseley guided walk starting from the Dovecote, near Moseley Hall hospital, at 3pm.
And last, but not least, an opportunity to listed to or join in with folk music and song at the Prince of Wales this evening.
For details see the Events tab on the website, or see our printed programme.
You can drop in to Zen for tasters of therapies at £5 each.
You can call into the BAC on Wake Green Road for a free consultation.
There is still time to try a special cocktail at the Prince.
In the evening you could go down to Joseph Chamberlain college for The (Very) Last Night of the Proms.
Or there is another great gig at the Patrick Kavanagh :Al Hutchins comperes, and bands The Kings of Spain, Chris Cleverly, John Paul Villlafrati and Horse Feathers follow in rapid succession.
Several events that have, justifiably, earned a place as regulars in the Moseley Festival take place tonight, Thursday 18th.
Free meditation taster sessions again at the Buddhist Centre in Park Rd.
Black Adder Morris and friends on the Village Green at 19:45
Upstairs at the Patrick Kavanagh :this has become a favourite venue over the years, and this year’s offering kicks off with compere and comedian Ian Kesterton, Dermot Walker, Benjamin Yellowitz, Josh Herring and the Steady Hands and finally – headlining – The Heels. All for £5 !
The second best ukelele band in the whole of Moseley invite you to sing along at the Prince of Wales at 8pm The picture shows them performing at the Street Fair a couple of years ago.
Still in the pubs, we’ve got Soundkitchen at the Bulls Head too.
And what’s new this year? Well, the City of Birmingham Brass Band are having their ‘Open Rehearsal’ 7pm at Joseph Chamberlain college. Do go along with your brass instrument if you play one.
There’s a valuation evening at Moseley Violins. You need to pre-book but if you are interested give them a ring on 693 1214 to see if there are spaces.
Finally, you can still take advantage of the offer at Piquant Restaurant St Mary’s Row or the ongoing Moseley Cocktail Week at the Prince.
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