28Mar

Jason Forrest in The Milk Bar - Episode 405

Recorded at Molineux Monday 28th March 2017

This week we find out about The Play That Goes Wrong when The Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society are putting on a 1920s murder mystery, Tiff Needell talks about Tyre Safety as we head towards the busy Easter Holiday Traffic, we meet some of the teams playing in the Paycare Unity cup, Sutton Arts Theatre tell us about their two current productions West Bromwich Operatic let us know about 'Rock of Ages' that they bring to The Grand in April. Music comes from The Beautiful Secret and we chat with Rachel and Ash about their music.

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21Mar

Jason Forrest in The Milk Bar - Episode 404

Recorded at Molineux Monday 20th March 2017

 

This week we chat with Gangsta Granny Gilly Tompkins about the show at The Grand, The Tab's Dirty Rotten Scoundrels tell us about their show at Stourbridge Town Hall, Sue Lowry lets us know about Patsy Cline and friends at The Palace Theatre in Reddich on Friday, Joe Karchud shares news of Bands on the Beacon taking place later this year, David Lea puts a smile on our faces with a charity comedy night coming up at The Pavilion raising funds for the homeless in the city and we find about about the Housing Fair taking place on the 2nd of April as part of Wolverhampton Residents Week. Davis Lazarus provides music and a chat about his latest music video.

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14Mar

Jason Forrest in The Milk Bar - Episode 403

Recorded at Molineux Monday 13th March 2017

 

This week we find out about the community casting for Brassed Off at The Grand, Hazel O'Connor lets us know about her gig on the 15th of March at The Robin 2, Pete Bodis shares some music and news of his charity 'Do' also at The Robin that takes place this weekend, Robert Bowers tells us about his latest art range and a charity auction and we hear about Cluster Headche awareness day from Kevin Crook.

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7Mar

Jason Forrest in The Milk Bar - Episode 402

Recorded at Molineux Monday 6th March 2017

This week Jane McDonald tells us about 'Making Memories' at the Wolverhampton Grand Theatre and we also hear about Messiah which will be presented at the theatre by the Birmingham Bach Choir on Good Friday. Downton Abbey actor Jeremy Swift shares his music with us ahead of the release or both a single and his album later this week, Ian Prowse of Pele updates us on how things are going woth the 25th anniversary re-release of his album 'Fireworks', The Theatre Collective pop in to share their work and Sam and Claire tells us about their fund raising for the homeless in Birmingham and Worcester. 

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