I don’t tend to cover gigs, but I liked the poster. Call me fickle.
CiB celebrated it’s fourth Birthday, a stir was caused when a leaked document of recommended cuts to local art organisations sparked concern over their future, and legendary Birmingham promoters, Leftfoot, celebrated their 1oth anniversary. Birmingham Royal Ballet and mac managed to raise a decent amount of money through The Big Arts Give, while Moseley Folk … [Read more…]
In January this year we introduced and thanked the first few CiB Supporters. Congratulations were given to Raphael Selbourne for winning the 2009 Costa First Novel Award and we came across The Music Quarter, a new music blog. Hustle made the move to the Midlands, we had a giggle with Kipple and the Emerging Festivals Fund was … [Read more…]
Birmingham promoters, Leftfoot, will be bringing their 10th anniversary year to a close with a string of live soul gigs, starting tonight with NYC disco pioneers Metro Area, followed by veteran producer and DJ Bonobo and Motown superstars Martha Reeves and the Vandellas. Since launching at The Medicine Bar back in 2000 Leftfoot have played … [Read more…]
I’m continually impressed by the quality of the acts they get down at the Hare & Hounds, usually on the Leftfoot nights – they’re pulling out the stops for their 10th birthday: Last night they had Greg Wilson (sorry I was slow on the uptake if you missed it). Coming up, they’ve got: Fabio on … [Read more…]