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Friday 9th February

Funny Beeseness presents

Nick Helm
Lou Conran
Harvey Hawkins
Wayne Beese (MC)

A BAFTA nominated and British Comedy Award winning writer, actor and comedian known for his hilarious one liners, poems, songs and stories.

He is probably best known for his starring role in BBC Three’s 3-season comedy ‘Uncle’ for which he was nominated for a Royal Television Society Award in 2016 for Best Comedy Performance. He also starred as ‘Lemon’ alongside Romesh Ranganathan in Sky’s ‘The Reluctant Landlord’ in 2018.


Thursday 15th  February

Katie Fitzgeralds presents

Katies Open Mic

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Doors 7pm 

Friday 16th February

Blue Banana presents 

Phil ( Swill) Odgers

Blue Banana Tuesdays proudly present…

An evening with Phil ‘Swill’ Odgers

with support from Eddy Morton and Paul Beadle



Phil ‘Swill’ Odgers is well known as singer and acoustic guitarist with award-winning folk rebel rockers The Men They Couldn’t Hang. He is also a formidable, well-loved and prolific solo artist in his own right. Born in Scotland to an Irish Mother and a Yorkshire Father and rerouted to the south of England as a kid, his writing style tells life stories with a conscience and a heart.

Audiences around the world from Cairo to Reykjavik, Brisbane to Tokyo, Toronto to Turin, have submitted to his effervescent and heartfelt vocal style in stadium, theatre, hall and after-hours lock in.



As the founder member of The New Bushbury Mountain Daredevils Eddy Morton toured the UK and Europe constantly for eleven years releasing 8 albums during which time the band appeared at every major Folk/Roots Festival in the UK and Europe including Cambridge, Cropredy, Skagen, Guildford, Dranouter, The Badentreffen and many more. 



Paul Beadle has been an accomplished multi-instrumentalist and vocalist of the local folk scene for four decades (Journeyman, Whiteleaved Oak, Splatt, Birdbrother), enchanting audiences with his energetic and unique performance.

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Saturday 17th February

Jess Silks Birthday Bash 2024

With music from:



A firm festival favourite, The Endings are a five piece celtic folk rock band playing tunes reminiscent of the Pogues and Dropkick Murphys, you'll have no choice but to get up and dance. 



With songs ranging in subject from love and family right through to politics and the plight of our wildlife, Matt Johnson & the Reprobates are one of our favourite bands to see live and we’re sure you’re gonna love them too. 



Joe Solo is an award-winning musician, writer, poet, activist, broadcaster and washing machine engineer from Scarborough. His musical odyssey began in 1987 fronting a bash-em-out band at school, and has seen him play nine countries either as lynchpin of pop-punk upstarts Lithium Joe or hammering out his unique brand of Folk, Punk and Blues in his own right.


Jess Silk is a guitarist, singer and songwriter from the Black Country. Her shouty but melodic brand of folk/punk music often has her being likened to a female Frank Turner or Billy Bragg, and it gets people sitting up and listening. Armed only with an increasingly sticker-covered acoustic guitar and a distinctive, gravely voice that many don’t expect, Jess plays to audiences up and down the UK.

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Thursday 22nd February

Rosetta's Spoken Word 

An evening of open stage around creative writing/acting/standup presented by Jade Scotford and Laura Liptrott

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Saturday 24th February

Funny Beeseness presents

Fitz of laughter

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Wayne Beese
10 years a Stand up

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Sunday 25th February

Funny Beeseness presents

Fitz of laughter

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Omid Djalilli


Come and see Omid Djalili work in new material. Legendary festival favourite, stand-up comedian, film and television star Omid Djalili guarantees you an evening of experimentation.

"Right now, the Iranian Djalili is probably one of the most subversive, let alone funniest, comedians around" The Guardian

"To carve yourself out a career as the thinking person's comedian in this political climate takes a fine brain and a masterful way with the audience. There is no question that Omid Djalili possesses both" Sunday Times

Wednesday 28th  February

SOAAR presents 
Doors 7pm 

Ferocious Dog ( acoustic)


SoAaR are absolutely delighted to welcome back Ferocious Dog for a very intimate show at Katie Fitzgerald's in Stourbridge on February 28th, 2024.


Expect all the passion of a full on Electric gig in a slightly stripped back format.


There will only be 120 tickets for this show so when they've gone they're gone.

Thursday 29th  February

Blue Banana presents 

( Levellers) 

Doors 7pm 
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