Archive | April, 2014

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PREVIEW: Rae Morris @ Institute, Tues 29th Apr

Back in Birmingham on a headline tour, Rae Morris performs in The Institute’s Temple venue on Tuesday 29th April. Penning emotive keys driven melodies, owned by subtle yet soaring vocals, Rae Morris has been gathering momentum since being picked up by BBC Introducing in 2011 – with notable performances at the Reading & Leeds Festivals in […]

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Cherry Reds (Kings Heath)

Small yet sumptuously formed, Cherry Reds opened on York Road (off Kings Heath High Street) in December 2010. Taking over from an old, old-skool greasy spoon, this pocket-sized café/bar brought in a well considered menu of homemade food (from Vegan to beef burger), garish cupcakes, outlandish beers & cider*, as well as a healthy, or unhealthy – depending […]

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Ort Cafe (Balsall Heath)

Opened on the 11th of November 2011, Ort Café is situated in Grade II listed The Old Print Works on the Moseley Road – opposite the (also listed) Balsall Heath swimming baths. A self described ‘community café’, Ort has a fully licensed downstairs bar* & pescatarian eatery**, with a matching gallery premises upstairs. A constant event & exhibition […]

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BPREVIEW: Psycho Live @ Symphony Hall, Weds 9th Apr

Tomorrow evening (April 9th) Birmingham’s Symphony Hall hosts a special screening of Alfred Hitchcock’s seminal thriller, as Psycho Live opens in the city. Accompanying the film will be the British Sinfonietta playing Bernard Herrmann’s original score – conducted by Anthony Gabriele. Psycho is lauded in the world of cinematic terror, with the eerie to clandestine, brooding to […]

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