The doors open at 8.30pm each evening, with music from 8.45pm until around 11pm. Well-behaved under-18s and dogs are welcome.
If the weather allows, which isn’t looking very likely, the performances will be in the garden, so a jumper might be a good idea.
The Albany, in Earlsdon, was one of the birthplaces of Ska and Two Tone music
Beechwood Allotments was 100 years old on 10 April. To celebrate there will be an Open Day on Saturday 1 July from 10am-4pm and you are warmly invited to walk around the site, meet plot holders and take a closer look at the working of the allotments. Entrance is via the Beechwood Avenue gate near the railway bridge. Car parking is very limited so please do not bring your car onto the site unless absolutely essential.