The Kitchen Garden Café - Café Shop Deli Birmingham
The Kitchen Garden Café - Café Shop Deli Birmingham
The Kitchen Garden Café - Café Shop Deli Birmingham The Kitchen Garden Café - Café Shop Deli Birmingham
The Kitchen Garden Café - Café Shop Deli Birmingham
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Dissident Prophet (14 Jan)

Jacob & Drinkwater (15 Jan

Storytelling Cafe (17 Jan)

Film Club: Wickerman (19 Jan)

Disc Selecta (21st Jan)

Poetry Bites (23 Jan)

Bev Bevan and Des Tong (Eight O’Clock Rock Chats) (24 Jan) SOLD OUT

Daisy Chapman (31 Jan)

Police Dog Hogan (1 Feb)

Kaia Kater (5 Feb)

Red Tail Ring (6 Feb)

Mark Nevin (8 Feb)

Walk Of Fame (Beatles Fest 2018) 11 Feb

Bric-a-brac (11 Feb)

An Evening With Sam Baker (plus Mike Meadows) (12 Feb)

Lindsay Lou & The Flatbellys (13 Feb)

47SOUL (14 Feb)

My Comedy (14 Feb)

Hope in High Water (15 Feb)

Disc Selecta (18 Feb)

The Blackheart Orchestra (18 Feb)

Pete Atkin (Eight O'Clock Rock Chats) - (19 Feb)

Fara (20 Feb)

Storytelling Cafe (21 Feb)

Kevin Dempsey and Joe Broughton (22 Feb)

Film Club: The Warriors (23 Feb)

The Man Upstairs (24 Feb)

India Electric Company (25 Feb)

The LYNNeS (26 Feb)

North Sea Gas (27 Feb)

Roving Crows (28 Feb)

Amit Dattani (4 March)

Sean Taylor (6 Mar)

Ewan McLennan (8 March)

Walk Of Fame (Get Stoned) (11 Mar)

Bronwynne Brent (11 Mar)

Martin Carthy (12 Mar)

The Hut People (13 Mar)

Twelfth Day (29 May)

The Little Unsaid (15 Apr)

The Lake Poets (24 Apr)


Sun 14th Jan

Dissident Prophet

8pm (Doors 7.30)

Birmingham, UK has produced many noteworthy musical acts over the years.  Such diverse bands as The Moody Blues, Black Sabbath, and Duran Duran hail from this locality, and each can be considered an iconoclast, eschewing the trends of the day to create something new and exciting.  Dissident Prophet is following in the footsteps of their Birmingham forefathers, creating indie music that pulls from a variety of influences.  Interwoven into the bedrock of U2, Crowded House and Echo & the Bunnymen are liberal amounts of folk, rockabilly and punk, and an apocalyptic vision that is at the core of the band’s message.  If the sound of the band’s name evokes images of a lone voice crying warnings from a street corner, the reality that is Dissident Prophet’s Red Moon Rising isn’t too far from that vision... Jim 1340

Tickets:  £10

Tickets available from the Cafe or www.wegottickets.com

 


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