I’ve been contacted by the Clayhanger Kid himself, Brian Stringer who’s asked me to let you all know that Brownhills Community Association and the Back The Track project will be hosting a Night of Musical Mayhem with the Aldridge Ukulele Band and Cheslyn Hay Community Choir at the Community Centre in Brownhills on Saturday, 12th October 2019.
Brian will be wielding his uke, and the last concert he was involved with here is now legendary. This will be a night of tremendous fun so get your tickets quickly as they’ll sell out fast!
Tickets are just £5 with proceeds to the greenway project taking place on the old rail line through Brownhills.
A night of Musical Mayhem will take place from 7pm on October 12th 2019 at the Lamp Theatre in Brownhills Community Centre. Tickets are just £5 and are on sale now at The Community Association office or online by clicking here.
Cheslyn Hay Community Choir and Aldridge Ukulele Band are providing the entertainment with music that includes Queen, Elvis, Cliff, Tina Turner, The Beatles, Lonnie Donegan, Chuck Berry, Boy George, Neil Diamond and many more with some startling surprises along the way.
A fun night to remember.
Funds will be raised to help continue the project of clearing the railway cutting in Brownhills and converting it into a walking and cycling greenway called the McClean Way.
I’ve already reported how Brian, Mick and pals have cleared the under bridge on the Miner Island of rubbish, and are working to get the cutting drained. Since then, progress has been massive and the route is now open as far as the A5 at Newtown.