What an absolutely cracking launch to this year’s Caldmore Village Festival. The Bath Street Centre hosted our launch party to a ram-packed sell out crowd – next year we may have to sell ‘standing only’ tickets!!!
The evening kicked off with the traditional ‘loading of the plates’ buffest style followed by a fantastic performance by Caldmores own Bath Street Band. The rest of the evening continued onwards and upwards with further outstanding musical performances by Malik Raof and Malik Razak, Dean Janjua, and Snooty Bobs. With dancing from S and J Stars Dance school and stand up from Dave Shakespeare plus more ‘loading of the plates’ the evening proved to be a feast for the senses.
What a fantastic atmosphere – and a fantastic start to the year!
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Come and take part…
As part of the exciting finale of the Caldmore Village festival on May 31st 2010 leading local dancer Jaimal Mistry will be presenting a Bollywood Extravaganza and he wants you to get involved. So if you dance or play an instrument we would like to hear from you. There will be opportunities for everyone to get involved, whatever your level of experience or ability.
Work towards the event starts soon, so come to one of the first workshops in January to find out more.
Workshops take place on 15th and the 22nd of January 2010, 6pm – 9pm. At Blue Coat CofE Comprehensive School, Birmingham street, Walsall, WS1 3DH.
If you would like come to the workshops to know more about the festival contact the Festival Co-ordinator Alan Cheeseman on 01922 646724 or by email email@example.com
Can you sing, dance, play an instrument? Are you a poet? Do you enjoy telling jokes, acting, mime or can you do magic tricks? Would you like to be in a choir or band?
We are looking for participants to take part in a performance to showcase local talent and/or for people to be involved in a choir/band as part of Caldmore Village Festival. This opportunity is open to all ages, individuals or groups are welcome to join!
Auditions will take place on…
Friday 15th and 22nd January 2010 7pm-9pm @ Blue Coat CofE Comprehensive School, A Performing Arts Specialist College, Birmingham Street, Walsall, WS1 2ND.
With rehearsals for the showcase taking place on Friday evenings (dates tbc).
If you would like to audition or to come along and take part in the choir please contact Darryll Prew via email on firstname.lastname@example.org or Alan Cheeseman via email on email@example.com or by telephone on 01922 646724, for further details.