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December 2016 news - 27th Nov

Trad Arts Team news December 2016

It's December, with Christmas just around the corner, so you can expect lots of folksy events around for you to get in the spirit.  Birmingham Storytelling Cafe will be on Monday 12 December instead of its usual date and will feature Graham Langley in festive mood with lots of local tellers giving you "The Stories that made Christmas".  Graham will also be the guest at the Staffordhire Knot storytelling club the following night for their Christmas shindig.

All our sessions and development workshops continue and we are flagging up some great events in the New Year including free Black Adder Morris workshops and the return of Burton Storytelling Cafe.
Thursday 01 Dec, 08:00 PM 
Traditional song session 
Prince of Wales, Alcester Road, Moseley, B13 8EE 
Wednesday 07 Dec, 08:00 PM 
Tales and Ales at the Prince of Wales 
Prince of Wales, Alcester Road, Moseley, B13 8EE 
Thursday 08 Dec, 07:30 PM 
Moseley Village Band 
St Columba's Church Hall, Moseley, B13 8DD 

Sunday 11 Dec, 10:30-4:00 
Storytelling Gymnasium, led by Graham Langley 
Kings Heath, Birmingham 14 
Monday 12 Dec, 07:30 PM 
Birmingham Storytelling Cafe, with Graham Langley and friends
Kitchen Garden Cafe, York Road, Kings Heath, B14 7SA 
Wednesday 14 Dec, 08:30 PM 
Political song session 
Prince of Wales, Alcester Road, Moseley, B13 8EE 

Sunday 18 Dec, 08:00 PM 
Traditional music session 
Prince of Wales, Alcester Road, Moseley, B13 8EE
Advance notice of some January events  
Sunday 08 Jan 2017, 10:30 AM to 4:30 PM 
Moving On storytelling workshop led by Graham Langley 
John Lewis Community Hub, Level 4, 2 Station Street, B2 4AU 
Thursdays 12, 19 and 26 Jan 2017 
Learn to Morris Dance - free workshops with Black Adder Morris
Cotteridge Church Centre, B30 3EJ

Friday 21 Jan 2017, 07:30 PM 
Burton Storytelling Cafe with Graham Langley and friends 
Brewhouse Arts Centre, Duke Street, Burton on Trent DE14 1EB
The Traditional Arts Team runs activities in the Midlands relating to traditional song, music, storytelling and dance, and is supported by Arts Council England   
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