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Easter Treats in Birmingham: Affordable Family Meals and Live Music at B:Eats

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B:Eats, a daytime cafe and evening eatery created by B:Music, the music charity responsible for Symphony Hall and Town Hall, will be offering children’s meals for £1 throughout the Easter holidays.

Over the first four days of the break, families can watch free music performances.

A different artist will play at each session, from 25th – 28th March. The lineup is:

  • On 25th March at 11am, Dal Singh, one of the UK’s most respected young tabla players will bring his unique sounds to B:Eats again.
  • On 26th March at 11am, Laura Lenthall, early-years music specialist will be putting on a session of interactive music making for little ones. This event is ideally suited for children under 6, but everyone is welcome to join.
Laura Lenthall early years music specialist
  • On 27th March at 1pm, Holly Rolfe, 20-year-old singer/songwriter from Lichfield, known for layering harmonies to create a naturalistic sound will be performing.
  • On 28th March at 1pm, Mos Eisley Bros will share their music that blends blues, country, Americana, rock and soul.

The two-week long meal promotion will run from 23rd March – 6th April (11am-4pm), where children’s meals will cost just £1 when purchased alongside a full-priced adult meal.  Kids (those aged 12 or under) can choose their meal from the specially-created Children’s menu.

“Families can once again enjoy a meal out at a reduced cost at B:Eats, where kids can eat for just £1 during the Easter holidays. We’re also putting on free music sessions, with artists that the whole family will love to hear perform, from 25th – 28th March.”

Head Chef Lee Hollington

For more information, please visit: https://bmusic.co.uk/your-visit/beats

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