Back in Black

‘A Black Country Night Out’ is one of the longest-running shows in the Midlands. It has played to packed houses over the years and has featured local entertainers such as Aynuk and Ayli, Tommy Mundon, Dolly Allen and Giggetty.

Regulars Dandy are one of the most sought-after comedy acts, while husband and wife Alan and Glyn are right on the button with their constantly refreshed routines. The Empty Can bring their Black Country Anthem back to the British stage after performing all over the world, and Ian ‘Sludge’ Lees and Joe Thomas are also on the bill. The Black Country Night Out does comedy as it used to be done, and it’s coming to Bridgnorth’s Theatre on the Steps on Friday 12 October at 7.30pm with tickets priced at £12.50 – visit theatreonthesteps.co.uk.

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