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Relive the Fabulous Forties at Black Country Living Museum

20 February 2014

Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 July

Evening event on Saturday 19 July 2014

♦ Museum alive with forties glamour ♦

♦ Event brings to life the sights and sounds of pre-war Britain ♦

The D Day Darlings have been confirmed to bring forties glamour to the Black Country Living Museum 1940s event taking place on Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 July. Visitors can expect a nostalgic journey back to the sweet sounds of the WW2 era as the talented trio who are proudly supported by Dame Vera Lynn, and their wartime melodies take centre stage.

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Brassed Off

Brassed Off... In the Black Country Living Museum

11 February 2014

Commemorating the 30th Anniversary of the UK Miners’ Strike, Wolverhampton Grand Theatre will be joining forces with Black Country Living Museum to celebrate the West Midlands’ rich coal-mining heritage.

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Black Country Living Museum announces 2014 programme

04 February 2014

The Museum has an exciting programme of events to keep you entertained throughout the year

The 2014 Events Programme which includes new events focused around the Black Country Day and the Great War Commeration.

Black Country Living Museum is uniquely placed to tell the story of the world’s largest industrial landscape through the everyday lives of the people whose skills shaped the modern world.  A recreated ‘living’ village lies at the heart of the Museum. Over fifty shops, houses and workshops from around the Black Country have been carefully reconstructed to preserve the character of the region when its manufacturers brought worldwide fame to Black

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