I’m giving loads of advance notice that next Friday week (14th July 2017) at the new Lamp Arts theatre venue within Brownhills Activity Centre, you have a chance to hear a remarkable local historian speak.
Bill Mayo, without whom our communal history and this blog would be very much the poorer, will be giving a fun and informal talk from 7:30pm about local history, with stories and anecdotes about old Brownhills, Walsall Wood and surrounds.
I’ve heard noted author Bill speak several times previously and he’s fun, entertaining and has a wonderful sense of humour. He doesn’t give too many talks these days, so this is a real coup for the Lamp Arts venue and an event not to be missed for blog readers.
If you haven’t yet visited The Lamp for a show, you really are missing out; it’s a wonderfully modern and intimate community theatre with a wonderful atmosphere operated by a lovely community of dedicated folk. Find out more here.
Tickets are just £3 including a brew and nibbles – so what’s not to love? You can get a ticket by calling 01543 452119 or popping into the Activity Centre. But do so soon, because this is sure to be a sellout!
Brownhills CommunityAssociation are proud to present
A Ride on the 23
An evening of nostalgia and memories from Brownhills and the surrounding area with photos and anecdotal stories
Friday 14th July 2017 from 7:30pm Tickets £3 (including tea/coffee & nibbles)
Contact the Box Office on 01543 452 119