The Black Country Living Museum is going to be hosting its first ever Black Country Night, from 6:30pm – 10pm on Saturday the 13th September 2014 and promises a variety of street entertainment, tribute acts, classical food and drink and more.
The evening will also be privy to a very special tribute performance to stand up comedian Dolly Allen by local comedian Emma Rollason, which marks the anniversary of a whopping 70 years since Dolly’s first performance in 1944.
Traditional Black Country food will be available to by such as pork pies, pork scratching, good old rabbit stew and more, plus you’ll be able to enjoy it with a selection of locally brewed ales from the Saddlers Brewery.
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It promises to be an exciting night regardless, plus with loads of things to do and see at the Museum including metal working demonstrations and an interactive experience exploring the dark descent into the Museum’s very own underground mine it will certainly be a night to remember!