Live at Yorks – Monday Nights at Yorks Bakery Cafe

Live at Yorks – Monday Nights at Yorks Bakery CafeLive at Yorks – Monday Nights at Yorks Bakery Cafe

Live at Yorks

At Brumlive.com we like to concentrate on local music and local venues. Live at Yorks is a weekly event at Yorks Bakery Cafe in Birmingham. Brumlive contributor Hannah Sebestjanowicz give usthe low down on what is coming up at the location of her day job!

Every Monday evening at Yorks  we bring in the best live talent the Midlands and beyond has to offer. In April we have the likes of Ben Drummand, Whit Gutler and the Dijnns , Jessie Dipper, Christie Reeves and many more. With a New York style setting and a rustic interior, it only seemed right for the venue to host raw, acoustic talent. An intimate setting, the artist is able to indulge in dialogue with the audience truly connecting to the hearts of those listening. A sometimes energetic, upbeat atmosphere and other times a relaxed and thoughtful one, you can be sure to expect something different every week.

Yorks Bakery Cafe, 29 Stephenson Street every Monday from 7.30pm. More information can be found on the Facebook page and @yorksbakerycafe on Instagram.

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