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Worry Dolls @ Kitchen Garden Café 22.02.17 / Denise Wilson - Birmingham Review

BREVIEW: Worry Dolls @ Kitchen Garden Café 22.02.17

          Words by Ed King / Pics by Denise Wilson “We are a live act, that’s very important.” God love the Kitchen Garden Café, but its ‘intimate setting’ can make crossing the room a fearsome journey. Mic stands, wires, pedals and feet. The world’s most tiny ukulele. There’s danger at every […]

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INTERVIEW: Rosie Kay / Brian Slater


    Words by Helen Knott / Profile pic by Tim Cross, production shots by Brian J Slater  When I catch up with Rosie Kay – artistic director and choreographer of Birmingham-based Rosie Kay Dance Company (RKDC) – it’s January and she is in the middle of running through her new show MK ULTRA. Patiently explaining the […]

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INTERVIEW: Rews  / Paul Reynolds © Birmingham Review


    Words by Ed King / Pics by Paul Reynolds “Like a little Tequila worm that crawls in, gets drunk, and stays in there forever.” Is that them..? No. The problem with meeting strangers is you don’t know what they look like. I’ve sifted through Rews’ website, seen promo pics, videos and alternating styles, […]

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Wolf People @ Sunflower Lounge 24.11.16

INTERVIEW: Wolf People

    Words by Billy Beale As 2016 draws to a close, the future looks pretty bleak. One album chooses to look back to the past for its inspiration. That album is Ruins, the latest record from folk rock academics Wolf People, who kindly managed to squeeze us in for a chat when they came […]

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INTERVIEW: Bob Jackson – Badfinger

Badfinger play at The Core Theatre in Solihull on Friday 28th October. For direct info & ticket sales, click here. Words by Michelle Martin I’m hooked on a feeling. No, not ‘Blue Swede’. An emotion that dreams of a different life. What would the planet be like had we chosen an altered path, made alternative […]

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