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 plus World Service (22 Jul)

Veronica Sbergia & Max de Bernardi (23 Jul)

Mike & Solveig plus Jim McAteer and Katherine Priddy (24 Jul)

Amelia White / Hannah Rose Platt (25 Jul)

Luke Concannon plus Felix Shepherd and Kyle Parsons (26 Jul)

I See Hawks In LA (30 Jul)

Complete History Of Pop (31 Jul)

Wookalily (1 Aug)

R John Webb plus Temple St Resistence (5 Aug)

A Different Thread (8 Aug)

My Comedy (9 Aug)

Laura Cortese & The Dance Cards (12 Aug)

Siobhan Miller (16 Aug)

Caroline Spence & Robby Hecht (22 Aug)

David Campbell (23 Aug)

Erin Rae (28 Aug)

Nashville Sounds In The Round (29 Aug)

Andy Jenkins & John Meehan (6 Sep)

Positively Fourth Street (11 Sep)

Martin Carthy (12 Sep)

My Comedy (13 Sep)

Terry & Gerry (16 Sep)

Alasdair Roberts (17 Sep)

Mike Wilton & Every Thread (18 Sep)

Matt Sayers and Ashes to Oak (20 Sep)

Life (23 Sep)

The Best of Keith James (26 Sep

Chasity Brown (27 Sep)

Kirsty Merryn (23 Oct)

Tir na nOg (13 Nov)

Chris Wood (20 Nov)

Megson (22 Nov)

Ruth Trimble (29 Nov)


Wed 1st Aug

Wookalily

8pm (Doors 7.30pm)

Wookalily are quirky, in a good way. Folk-gothic troubadour tales, new-time mountain music, glorious melodic hooks and a drum kit which guarantees purists cover their ears. Five women (Adele, Sharon, Lyndsay, Lou and Clair): too girly to be a beat group, too funky to be a folk group, too good to miss.

The band has a pedigree. Their song Diamonds And Gold gained them a showcase at the prestigious IBMA WOB Festival, Nashville 2012. They recorded for Country Music Hall-Of-Famer  Dixie Hall’s Pickin’ Like A Girl compilation in 2013 – the only non-American band to do so. In 2016 they were scouted by Warner Bros Wall to Wall Productions for a BBC4 documentary featuring Midge Ure and Rhod Gilbert. They've opened for Martha Wainwright and Bap Kennedy and have just finished recording with award winning producer Julie McLarnon at Analogue Catalogue.

Tickets:  £10

Tickets available from the Cafe or www.wegottickets.com

 


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