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Tickets available now. This sounds like a super event on our doorstep and on a lovely setting: Join us for a community celebration, hosted by Kimichi School and Arts In The Yard The Film Orchestra (CoB) with pop classics from … Continue reading
Community Spirit arrives in Acocks Green. Help tidy up the local park and then enjoy the Easter Funday in the Village.
A wonderful evening of Bach music organised by the Kimichi School took place on Sunday 1st March. The famous Brandenburg Concertos were performed in full by a talented orchestra from the Northern College of Music, in the impressive surroundings of St Mary’s Church with added … Continue reading