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
Monday - Wednesday
Thursday - Saturday
Sundays
09-00 -  16.00
09.00 -  16.00
10.00 -  15.00

 


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Simply Dylan (25 Jun)

Christina Martin (26 Jun)

Annie Keating Trio and Danielle Cawdell (27 Jun)

Son Of Town Hall (28 Jun)

Jack Lukeman (29 Jun)

Joanna Eden (2 July)

Hatstand (3 July)

The Danberrys (4 July)

Jane Taylor (6 July)

Catastrophe Club (9 July)

Martin Stephens (The Daintees) Plus Gary O' Dea (11 July)

My Comedy (12 July)

Hymn For Her (13 July)

Hannah Aldridge plus Will Hunt (16 July)

Disc Selecta (16 July)

Gurdan Thomas (19 July)

Michael Weston King (20 July)

Amythyst Kiah plus Amit Dattani (23 July)

Poetry Bites (25 July)

Threaded plus Jack Cookson (26 July)

Ian Matthews (2 Aug)

Catastrophe Club (6 Aug)

Michael Chapman (7 Aug)

Rachel Harrington (8 Aug)

Mike Heron & Trembling Bells (9 Aug)

Matt Woosey (14 Aug)

Edwina Hayes (20 Aug)

Peter Bruntnell (14 Sept)

Dissident Prophet (17 Sept)

Rainbow Girls (19 Sept)

State Of The Union (3 Oct)

Ari Eisinger (4 Oct)

O'Hooley & Tiddow (19 Oct)

Rory McLeod (6 Nov)

Blue Rose Code (12 Nov)

Worry Dolls (16 Nov)


 

 

Sun 14th Aug

Matt Woosey

8pm (Doors 7.30)

Matt Woosey’s time is now. His eighth studio album, Desiderata, captures the most daring and progressive music of his career. His acclaimed solo shows dart between folk, roots, ambient and electronica. He’s an artist who slips the creative straightjacket of the modern industry, a trailblazer with no reverse gear, a performer who drags the acoustic guitar kicking and screaming into fresh relevance.

Whether it be the simplicity of an acoustic duo or the full power of his dual-lead-guitar electric band or any combination in between, Matt’s music is reaching new places musically and otherwise, seemingly with no stage being too big or too small for the progressive and determined songsmith. “One of the acts that is currently lighting up the British scene” (Paul Jones, BBC Radio 2).

Tickets: £8

Tickets available from the Cafe osr www.wegottickets.com

 


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