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A Black Country Night Out is one of the longest running shows in the Midlands.  Over the years it has starred some of the truly great local entertainers such as Aynuk & Ayli, Tommy Mundon, Dolly Allen and Giggetty.

This tradition has continued as the show has played to packed houses all over the region and in 2018 the heritage of the Black Country carries on with a show full of fabulously talented entertainers.

Show regulars Dandy are one of the most sought after comedy acts, husband and wife Alan and Glyn are always right on-the-button with their constantly refreshed routines. 

It is a great pleasure to welcome the band behind the Black Country Anthem 'The Empty Can' who have performed all over the world but have their hearts firmly in the Black Country.

We welcome some new faces to the show… Ollie Spencer one of the region's finest comedians whose showbusiness credentials include being the drummer (so many comedians were drummers!) with The Idle Race whose lineup included Jeff Lynne, we are introducing the wonderful Joe Thomas who will be putting a smile on your face and having you singing some classic songs performed on his ukulele - any fans of George Formby out there? …and Your Master Of Ceremonies in 2018 is the very funny Wayne Beese

The Black Country Night Out is back…packed to the brim with music, mirth and merriment!!

"What a great night… just like it used to be"



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  3. Only food and drink purchased on the premises may be consumed in the building.
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