Why not join us on Saturday 25th November at Starworks Warehouse in Wolverhampton as we celebrate our 100 Masters at a special pop-up event.
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-Culinary master, James Swinburne of Digbeth Dining Club invites some of his favourite street food vendors for you to enjoy.
-Master landlord Jeet and friends pop up a desi pub, entertaining you with a bhangra party as they launch a limited edition of the desi pub book, the Black Country’s curry pub revolution.
-See Masters at work through a camera lens as photographer Laura Dicken documents workspaces of the Black Country’s master makers.
-A specially created Masters Village exhibiting artwork, craft and products including Turner Prize winning artists and the world’s greatest ever microsculptor.
-Beer enthusiasts delight as head brewer of Fixed Wheel Brewery, Scott Povey, keeps you fuelled with a selection of his award-winning ales.
-Experience virtual reality, 3D scanning, interactive projection mapping and soundscaping fun with digital mavericks, Urban Hax.
-Sit back and enjoy screenings from Flatpack with a film playlist inspired by the Black Country’s 100 Masters.
-Join a Rangoli workshop with Ranbir Kaur
-Listen to poetry with Brendan Hawthorne
-Take part in Flatpack’s special festival workshops
-See a master at work with live painting from renowned artist, Dean Melbourne
-Hear Light House projectionist Jas Kapur’s engaging cinema talk
-Watch an invigorating Dhol drumming performance from Parv Kaur
-Get festive with carol songs by choir master, Conrad Gayle
-Join DJ & Presenter Bobby Friction for a unique insight in to Desi Pubs
-See a special performance by Amelia Beavis-Harrison with master Dhol Drummer Parv Kaur and Chef Nitisha Patel
-Join in with a pub quiz featuring record-breaking pub expert Peter Hill, hosted by BBC presenter Adrian Goldberg
-Get ready to dance as BBC DJ Jenny Wilkes shares her Motown favourites
-Performance by Footloose
-In conversation with Sathnam Sanghera, author of ‘The Boy with the Top Knot’ recently televised by BBC 2
-Special guest DJ WILL POWER from (until 10pm)
-Be thoroughly entertained with stand-up from Edinburgh Comedy Festival award-winner Masai Graham
Please note timings will vary on the day, please see up-to-date schedule at the venue or at 100masters.co.uk
Everyone is welcome! Entry to the Festival is free. Workshops are on a first come, first served basis.
Directions: Starworks Warehouse on Frederick Street is next to St John’s Retail Park (behind Next). A 10 minute walk from Wolverhampton Train Station or 5 minutes from the Mander and Wulfrun Centre. Paid parking is available.