Tradition on tap at Dudley attraction's first Black Country night

James Stevens from The Empty Can and chef Craig Lewis get set for the Black Country Living Museum's first Black Country night.

James Stevens from The Empty Can and chef Craig Lewis get set for the Black Country Living Museum's first Black Country night.

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A DUDLEY tourist attraction is aiming to put visitors in tune with regional talent at a night of bositin’ entertainment.

The Black Country Living Museum on Tipton Road will be hosting its first Black Country Night on Saturday September 13.

The event, which will run from 6.30pm to 10pm, will feature music from talented trio The Empty Can, whose song I Vow To Thee Black Country is the region’s official anthem.

More music will come from performers including Brett Huckfield and Linda Simpson performing on stage at the Museum’s Folkes’ Park.

Comedy act The Fizzogs will be keeping the crowds laughing all the way to a comedy stage which will feature sets from a variety of stand up comedians.

Refreshments will be available, including the museum’s Black Country Tapas, featuring a selection of food including scratchings, pork pies, rabbit stew and faggots an’ paes while Saddlers Brewery will be on tap with their new Peaky Blinders ale.

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