Ceol Castle in Birmingham re-launches and reopens it’s doors on the 31st March as a live music venue and late night bar on Moseley Road. Performing on the opening night are old school rhythm, blues and soul nine piece, The Atlantic Players, raucous rockabilly and country from Harry & The Howlers alongside local legend and 6 music favourite DJ Sam Redmore.
Five years ago the venue was a staple amongst the live music scene in Birmingham with queues around the corner with bands from far and wide having played at the popular Brum night spot.
Owner Dominic Molloy said: “This pub has been in my family for many years and we are all really excited to show you the big changes we have made.”
The venue relaunches on the 31st March this spring with regular gigs brought to you by Birmingham Promoters and weekly club nights featuring some of Birmingham’s most popular DJ’s.
The bar will be able to accommodate up to 250 people serving craft beers, pints from £2.50, cocktails and the venue has more plans for the future.
The new venue will include a new sound system, updated interior and boasts one of the biggest stages inside any Birmingham pub. At last this Birmingham boozer will bring its iconic history of live music back to life once again.