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Arts in brief: A People's Cabaret.

Sunday June 13 sees the latest chapter of A People's Cabaret, an evening of folk music, dance, theatre, comedy and storytelling at the Hare and Hounds, Kings Heath High Street.

Telling Tales will present Dare to Dream, a powerful performance based around true stories, while Graham Langley and Peter Batchelor present Skeleton Woman, an Inuit tale of old tribal intolerance transformed into love by time and compassion.

The evening ends with a rare live set by the FKG band, formerly the Kitchen Girls. There is also a floor spot for impromptu performances.

Information on A People's Cabaret, which takes place on the second Sunday of each month, from Pam Bishop on 0121 244 3513.
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Date:Jun 4, 1999
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