Live music returns to Newhampton Arts Centre

By John Corser | Wolverhampton | Music | Published:

Live music returns to a Wolverhampton venue for the first time since lockdown on October 17.

Newhampton Arts Centre (Image: Jamie Baker)

There will be physically-distanced acoustic set from singer-songwriter John Bramwell from the Manchester band I Am Kloot at the Newhampton Arts Centre in Dunkley Street.

The concert is being presented by Jezebel Music at 7.30pm.

Tickets costing £20 went on sale on Wednesday.

It is part of a short tour of venues, which have been able to tentatively reopen, after months of inactivity and follows a mini-tour of outdoor venues, in August and September.

John Corser

By John Corser
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