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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Craobh Rua (18 Mar)

Siobhan Miller (19 Mar) RESCHEDULED TO 16 Aug

Film Club - Predator (20 Mar)

Storytelling Cafe (21 Mar)

Tony Bramwell (Eight O’clock Rock Chats) (22 Mar)

Danielle Cawdell (23 Mar)

Nigel Mazlyn Jones (25 Mar)

Lisbee Stantion (26 Mar)

Poetry Bites (27 Mar)

Nashville Sounds In The Round (28 Mar)

Twelfth Day (29 Mar)

Micky Greaney & Rachel Mayfield (30 Mar)

Rue Royale (1 Apr)

Josh Curnow (2 Apr) CANCELLED

Strange Blue Dreams (3 Apr)

Tribute to Sandy Denny (4 Apr)

Korby Lenker (5 Apr)

Wizz Jones (8 Apr)

The Rheingans Sisters (9 April)

Siobhan Wilson (10 Apr)

My Comedy (11 Apr)

Phil Odgers with Bobby Valentino (12 Apr)

Walk Of Fame (Girls On Top) (15 Apr)

The Little Unsaid (15 Apr)

Duotone (16 Apr)

Eight O’clock Rock Chats (Dave Hogan Photographing the Stars) (17 Apr)

Storytelling Cafe (18 Apr)

The Songs of Nick Drake (19 Apr)

Film Club (Dirty Dancing) (20 Apr)

Lilly Hiatt (22 Apr)

Disc Selecta (22 Apr)

Dipper Malkin (23 Apr)

The Lake Poets (24 Apr)

Rosie Bans (25 Apr)

Samaritans Charity Cabaret (30 Apr)

Jimmy Livingstone (1 May)

Kitty Macfarlane (2 May)

Harry Pane (3 May)

Woody Pines (6 May)

Hattie Briggs (8 May)

My Comedy (9 May)

Gilmore & Roberts (10 May)

Zawe & Midsummer (13 May)

Carter Sampson (14 May)

Ben Glover (15 May)

Storytelling (16 May)

Disk Selecta (16 May)

We Are The Wildlife (17 May)

Grace Petrie (20 May)

Walk Of Fame (KinKs Heath Fest) (20 May)

Lisa Knapp (21 May)

Poetry Bites (22 May)

Film Club (Memento) (23 May)

Eight O’Clock Rock Chats (The BRMB Reunion) (24 May)

Jack Lukeman (25 May)

The Small Glories (27 May)

Storyvibes Presents: (29 May)

Nashville Sounds In The Round (30 May)

Jill Jackson (31 May)

David Rovics (3 Jun)

Jinski (4 June)

Bentley Caldwell (5 June)

Sticky Fingers (6 June)

Maz O'Connor and Jack Carty (7 Jun)

Sun 22nd Apr

Lilly Hiatt

8pm (Doors 7.30)

"Gonna hang on a little bit longer, sleep well, work a little harder; put my faith in something I can't see," sings Lilly Hiatt on the title track of her third LP, Trinity Lane. It's a set of honest words from an album of personal truths; a collection of songs that take stock of where she's been, where she's going and the challenges she's weathered to get there. Produced by Michael Trent of Shovels & Rope, Trinity Lane is indeed about hanging on, working hard and keeping the faith. Centred on song writing that melds the observational with the confessional and never tries to follow any particular genre code – the guitar riffs are as Seattle as they are southern, the topics are modern as they are built on the past. East Nashville's Trinity Lane is where Hiatt lives, and Trinity Lane is a document of what lives inside her.

Tickets: £12

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