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Shonen Knife

The rootsiest promoters around, World Unlimited, are marking their 20th anniversary this year with some fine shows - all under the patronage of Seth Lakeman. They're bringing Billy Bragg, Shonen Knife and Seth himself to the West Midlands over the coming months.


18th Billy Bragg: Civic Hall Wolverhampton Doors 7pm £16
22nd Shonen Knife + support Hare & Hounds 7.30pm £7.50 adv
22nd Gandalf Murphy & the Slambovian Circus of Dreams: Civic Hall Bar, Wolverhampton Doors 7pm £10
27th Transglobal Underground + DJ Marc Reck (Project X /Mr Elephant) 8.30pm Hare & Hounds £10 adv
28th The Music Room with: Kings Of Spain, Aaron Yorke,Ben Calvert Hare & Hounds 7.30pm £2 on door


2nd Ella Edmondson + support Laura Louise: Patrick Kavanagh, Moseley 7.30pm £3 - part of Moseley festival
26th The Music Room with Phantom Limb, Ali M Forbes, Lazy Lizards
Hare & Hounds 7.30pm £3 on door


19th Martyn Joseph: Kitchen Garden Café 7.30pm £15
20th Peatbog Faeries Hare & Hounds 7.30pm £13


3rd Music Room -line up tbc
10th Blow Monkeys + support: Hare & Hounds 7.30pm £10 adv
30th The Churchfitters: Kitchen Garden Café £10 adv 7.30pm


24th Dreadzone: Hare & Hounds 8.30pm £14
28th Oysterband: Hare & Hounds 7.30pm £14


11th Megson: Hare & Hounds 7.30pm £9
12th Edward II: Hare & Hounds 8pm £10 adv


9th Seth Lakeman, Wulfrun Hall Doors 7pm £16

Venue details

Hare & Hounds, 106 High Street, Kings Heath Birmingham B14 7JZ.

0121 444 2081

Tickets from & personal callers at Polar Bear, York Road, Kings Heath 0121 441 5202 & Swordfish (city centre)

Civic & Wulfrun Hall North Street, Wolverhampton WV1 1RQBox Office 0870 320 7000

Kitchen Garden Café, 17 York Road, Kings Heath, Birmingham B14 7SA 0121 443 4725 Tickets from venue or

Patrick Kavanagh 142, Trafalgar Rd, Moseley, Birmingham, West Midlands, B13 8BX Tel: 0121 449-2598



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