The Studio stage is set for music, laughs and children's play - The Solihull Observer

The Studio stage is set for music, laughs and children's play

Solihull Editorial 10th Apr, 2024   0

MUSIC, comedy and a children’s play are set to take centre stage in Solihull.

The Studio at The Core will host a myriad of performances from across the arts in the lead up to the summer starting with Henry’s Blueshouse on April 12 with some red-hot rock and blues from Rich Dickinson’s Driving Force.

Henry’s Blueshouse then returns with The Honeyboy Hickling Band on June 14, with audiences treated to music from Blues Harp maestro Simon ‘Honeyboy’ Hickling and his band.

Improvisational comedians Box Of Frogs will be leaping into action on April 26 and again on June 7.

Then, on May 4, Miss Teena Bizkit will host the fabulous Teena’s Spring Tease – a variety show with a TV and movies quiz, stand-up comedy, songs, guests, game shows, and get up and dance disco- filled Music Bingo.

There’s more comedy lined up from LuvEntertainment, starting with the Muslims are Coming on May 12.

On June 16 there will be a comedy double bill, with Sukh Ojla’s brand new tour The Aunty Years at 7pm, followed by Tommy Sandhu’s exciting solo debut tour at 8.45pm.

White Tyger – the Midlands based heavy metal band and winners of the 2023 Hard Rock Hell Rising Stars Award are set to rock Solihull on May 17.

Songwriter, singer and multi-instrumentalist, Sarah McQuaid, will perform in the Studio on May 30.

Claytime, an interactive play with clay for children aged between three and six years, comes to the Studio on June 1.

And audiences can celebrate the 80th anniversary of D-Day on June 8 with two performances from The Boogaloo Babes, Solihull’s favourite vintage vocal harmony group.

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