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Last year saw the Toronto all-star group reform for a new album, 'Hug of Thunder', but you can expect a set that draws deep on their outstanding back-catalogue.
Just don't try to guess which band members you'll get on the night.
Mon 28 May 1pm at The Prince of Wales, 118 Alcester Rd, Birmingham B13 8EE Caravela at The Spotted Dog Caravela bring sophisticated Afro-Brazilian beats to The Spotted Dog, weaving magical rhythms through jazz improvisation and revisiting forgotten genres, Caravela are incredible live weaving several styles into unique compositions. Tue 29 May 8.30pm at The Spotted Dog, 104 Warwick St, Birmingham B12 0NH Ghouls at Subside Raucous London punks Ghouls come skidding into Digbeth Thursday night thanks to Surprise You're Dead, last year's Run album has seen the band's profile soar, it's an infectious brand of Less Than Jake and Voodoo Glow Skulls brassery with a uniquely English lyrical bent and attitude. Thu 31 May 7pm at Subside, 57 Digbeth, Birmingham B5 6DA The Cosmics at The Dark Horse Sonic Gun begin a run of free entry gigs with an absolute belter, a triple bill led by the lo-fi garage rock trio The Cosmics, completing the lineup are the brash indie rockers Lucia and the funked up beats of Mass House Project.
Fri 1 Jun 9pm at The Dark Horse, 145 Alcester Rd, Moseley, Birmingham B13 8JP DJ Quinn's Opening Weekend The team behind the ever popular Castle and Falcon have taken over Behan's Bar in Yardley Wood, transforming it into a 200 capacity live music venue and bar with a lick of Irish charm throughout, welcome to DJ Quinn's.
Centrala is hosting a sneak peak at the forthcoming 100 Years, So What?
Exhibition, by avant garde Polish artists including Małgorzata Dawidek and Iwona Demko, that explores the centenary of women's voting rights, Centrala is also hosting Three Models of Change, which discusses community across actual and staged narratives.
Monahan & Darren Harriott | Thu 21 Jun | mac | £10 Another event exposing shows performed at the Edinburgh Fringe as part of the mac's Edinbrum season features the award winning Irish Iranian comedian Pat Monahan, who also happens to hold the world record for the longest hug, 25 hours and 25 minutes for your information.
Sometimes surreal, always sharp, Bailey is perfect company, who else could swing so effortlessly between subjects as diverse as Brexit and The 991AD Battle of Maldon?Opening weekend features performances from former Twang frontman Ash Sheehan, folk rockers The Deluge and singer songwriter James Reidy.