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‘100 Masters’ is an arts campaign to identify contemporary skilled people from the Black Country and help inspire future talent.

This year long regional campaign aims to inspire and offer local people a fresh perspective about the strengths, skills, talent and expertise surfacing from their locality and community.


Sat25 Nov will be a day long event packed to the brim of some incredible workshops, food, conversations, singing, comedy and tons more. Its also an opportunity to meet some of the Black Country’s 100 Masters. Here is the full line up:


Digbeth Dining ClubDesi Pubs – Masters Village – Fixed Wheel BreweryUrban HaxFlatpack

11am (onwards)

Rangoli workshop with Ranbir Kaur – Storytelling from Emma Purshouse Poetry with Brendan Hawthorne – Flatpack workshops –
Tabla demonstrations
Live painting from Dean Melbourne
Light House projectionist Jas Kapur’s cinema talk
Dhol drumming performance from Parv Kaur
Festive carols with Conrad Gayle
Bobby Friction introduces Desi Pubs
Performance by Amelia Beavis-Harrison with Parv Kaur and Nitisha Patel 4.30pm
Pub quiz with Peter Hill, hosted by Adrian Goldberg
BBC DJ Jenny Wilkes Motown classics
Breakdance Performance from Footloose
In conversation with Sathnam Sanghera
Special guest DJ Will Power (until 10pm)
Stand-up from Masai Graham


You can download the listings via this link – SimpleSaturdayLineUp

More info on 100 Masters can be found via their website, twitter and facebook. Do check out all the listings of the amazing individuals who have made a positive impact on the Black Country and afar. It includes some incredible talent that we are sure many of us look up to.