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Monday 19th February

Children’s Swimming Lessons

WV Active offer swimming lessons for children between the ages of 4 – 16 years old.

What’s it all about?
Children’s swimming lessons take place at Central and Bilston – Bert Williams. We work in partnership with the swimming governing body, Swim England, to offer ..

Saturday 1st December

Come and see Santa in his Grotto in Bilston Town Centre in December. A warm welcome awaits you and there’ll be a present for every child who comes to see him.

It’s only £4 per child, so get your place booked now to avoid disappointment.

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Sunday 16th December

On stage 8.30pm

Them Heavy People are ‘Wowing’ audiences with every gig, as their stage show includes projections and iconic costume changes that all add up to make this band the closest interpretation of a Kate Bush show.

Tuesday 18th December

+ supports Fighting In Someones House + Leading Lights

Punk, ska & dirty rock music!

The Sex Pissed Dolls are an all-female rock band and were formed in 2014. Members are Nancy, Anna, Kitty, Connie and Jilly. They exploding onto the scene and quickly gained a reputation as a must see live band with a visual and an energy that few could match. A successful 2015 UK tour ..

Wednesday 19th December

During this time they have had the honour of Led Zeppelin’s front-man Robert Plant attending three of their gigs and John Bonham’s son Jason even jammed with them on stage. These things the band are very proud of. It must surely also be the best recommendation any band could ..

Thursday 20th December

+ support Gin Annie Band

All the classic hits of Slade Live – Get Down & Get With It – Coz I Luv You – Look Wot You Dun – Take Me Bak ‘Ome – Mama Weer All Crazee Now – Gudbuy T’Jane – Cum On Feel The Noize…

Friday 21st December

The Ultimate 80’s Party Band!

Kick up the 80’s are now celebrating their 19th year together and continue to perform 80’s classics from icons of the era such as Duran Duran, Madness, Adam Ant, Depeche Mode, Soft Cell, The Jam and many many more….”

Saturday 22nd December

Maet Loaf & The Never Neverland Express are back at The Robin 2, this time to celebrate 25 years since the release of Meat Loaf’s only ever UK number 1 ‘I’d Do Anything For Love (But I Won’t Do That) which was released back 1993. The song was the first single to be released from the long awaited second album in the Bat Trilogy, Bat Out Of Hell II: Back Into Hell.

Sunday 23rd December

+ support

Flash : The UK’s most authentic live tribute to the music of Freddie Mercury and QUEEN. Hit after hit, anthem after anthem, as the group power out the greatest songs of QUEEN crowd participation is at a high from the start. Performed in authentic costumes and with replica equipment the show really is as close as it gets.

Monday 24th December

+ support Jack Cattell



Wednesday 26th December

Performing music taken from their shows including The New Amen Corner, The Soul Survivors….

The best of soul, 60’s & tribute music for everyone with a few surprises thrown in!!!

Featuring vocalists Glen Leon and Mel Day.

Thursday 27th December

support The Sound AKA
+ DJ’s

Still fronted by the man himself Buster Bloodvessel

Friday 28th December

+ support Purple Stereo

Dirty/DC have been playing throughout the UK and Europe since 1988 and have developed a lineup and stage show that has made their reputation seriously strong amongst AC/DC fans, whether die hard fanatics or people who just want a good night out.

Saturday 29th December

Feat: Neil Murray – Tony Martin – Doogie White – Chris Childs – Nathan James – Carl Sentence – Richard Bailey – Jim Kirkpatrick – Harry James – Mike Terrana – Russell Gilbrook – Bob Richards – Ian Wills – Peter Knight – Neil Taylor – Esta Rowley – Chris Buck plus guest comperes Ian Danter and Andy ..

Sunday 30th December

+ support

Well, OASIS are no more. The back stage bust ups and public slanging matches on Twitter proved too much for this great British band.

Monday 31st December

+ . Glam Rock Disco

March 1973 saw the release of a record that would bridge the generation gap and become a rock anthem to both young and old. ‘20th Century Boy’ was written and composed by Marc Bolan, who with his band, T.Rex, was one of the most flamboyant and charismatic of the original glam rock era. 4O years on, the song has become one of the most iconic and legendary, along ..