Tonight’s Spooky Halloween ‘Open Mic’ night at the Berkswell Royal British Legion will be joined by special guest performer Paris Georgia, well-known on the local music scene generally, and locally around Balsall Common thanks to her much-talked about Balsall Common Festival performances.
Paris Georgia’s Gotta Let go (original)
Budding performers and members of the community alike are invited along, entry is free on all counts. Anyone intereste din performing is invited to call Yaz for informaion on 07983 544636, or simly turn up and play.
Location: Berkswell Royal British Legion, Station Road, Balsall Common (opposite Berkswell Railway Station)
Info: Yaz Zahran 07983 544636
For enquiries about how to book Paris for your event write to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The regular monthly ‘Open Mic’ night at the Berkswell Royal British Legion goes Spook-tacular for Halloween this Friday (31st October 2014). The event, hosted by youth performing arts group Triple Fret BC, sees performances from the group’s own members, mentors, with additional performances from special guests.
This event is open to anyone interested in performing, plus members of the community interested in coming to see our up-and-coming talent. Anyone wishing to perform is invited to speak to Yaz, or simply turn up on the night. Call Yaz on 07983 544636.
Location: Berkswell Royal British Legion, Station Road, Balsall Common (opposite Berkswell Station)
Info: Yaz Zahran 07983 544636
19 year old singer-songwriter Paris Georgia generously handed over some of her creative process to Facebook fans by inviting them to choose her latest Song of the Month, a cover of Sam Smith’s ‘Stay With Me’, released last night.
The former Heart of England School pupil is no stranger to the limelight, with appearances at Wembley Arena under her belt already and collection of original material studio-recorded previously in 2013. Paris is already well-known on the local music scene, but is enjoying a big surge in followers locally, following performances in Balsall’s Got the Voice through August and September, as part of this year’s Balsall Common Festival celebrations.
The increasingly popular Open Mic nights hosted by Yaz Zahran, leader of the local Triple Fret performing arts group at the Berkswell Legion is back this evening (Friday 26th September 2014), with a number of participants fresh from their involvement in Balsall Common Festival’s Balsall’s Got the Voice competition.
Tonight is 60s night and the usual Triple Fret crew will be joined by visiting performers in an event that’ss open to all, from spectators to performers.
The show gets underway at 8:15pm and is free to enter. Anyone interested in performing is welcome to call Yaz with any queries on 07983 544636.
Balsall Common’s first ever Fun Run takes place this Saturday. Coordinated by the Lily Mae Foundation, it will be a fantastic day for the village. 500 runners, aged 11 to 82 will be taking part, the majority of them are Balsall Common residents. 45 marshals (mostly local people) are supporting the event too.
Inevitably with an event like this there will be some disruption. Road closures are necessary to keep runners safe. Details of the road closures are on the map below, in the latest issue of the Bugle, in the Festival programme and have been delivered to all affected households.
If there is an emergency on the day or you need advice before hand please contact Geoff Heaps of the Lily Mae Foundation on 07960 199184 or email@example.com