Black Country Day Events Include

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Black Country Day Events Include


JULY 14: Starting at 7pm at Great Bridge Library there will be a Black Country Variety Show featuring poetry, magic, music and comedy. Compere will be Billy Spakemon, while performers will be Tom Heyes, Jonathan Hipkiss, Eileen Ward Birch, Black Country Gaz and Ron Popple.

JULY 14: Black Country Day Live At The Civic Special - at Brierley Hill Civic Hall. Comedy event starring Ross Noble and local acts Jonny Cole, Darren Harriott and Mike Crump. It will be hosted by Dudley's Wayne Beese. Doors and bar opens at 7pm. Over 18s only. Tickets cost £22.

JULY 15: Dudley Fun Day takes place in Stone Street from 11am to 6pm. Free entertainment will take place throughout the day, including live music, street entertainers, poetry, wrestling and arts and craft stalls.

JULY 15: Ultimate Soul and Motown Night at Brierley Hill Civic Hall. Event for over 18s only. Entry costs £5 in advance or £6 on the door.

JULY 16: Oh Fest is taking place in Old Hill, featuring parades, classic cars, loads of stalls and entertainment. A parade will take place and there will also be tribute acts playing the music of stars such as Rod Stewart, Neil Diamond and Amy Winehouse. Take That and Jersey Boys tributes will also perform. …

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