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Wolverhampton Art Gallery

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…the dressing room door is now open!

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Jason Guy started the Wolf Whistle podcast to celebrate the stories and lives of past and present Wolves Players who have graced the Molineux stadium. Last year, he collected these stories and published ‘ales from the Tape, a chronological history of our Wolverhampton Wanders, but from the players’ perspective. The book delves into the lives of the former players who have graced the Molineux turf proudly donning the Old Gold. Many you will remember and a few you will have forgotten but they all have their own unique story of their careers and their service to our beloved club. In this exclusive event, Jason is joined by Mel Eves, and Jon Purdie to discuss their incredible careers.

Mel Eves was a league cup winner with Wolves in 1980 and made over 200 appearances for the club and was an England B International, born locally in Darlaston. Jon Purdie started his career at Arsenal and played over 100 games for Wolves when they were in the lower leagues and then latterly enjoyed a successful non-league career.

…the dressing room door is now open!

Donations are welcome and all proceed will be donated to Breast Cancer Now and to The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust Charity, Neonatal Department.

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This popular event is now entering its fifth year and thanks to funding from Arts Council England it is now a regular feature on the city’s calendar.

While this year we are having to do things differently we still have a great variety of entertainment lined up for the three-day festival with over 35 different events.

Visitors will be able to listen to talks, watch performances and take part in practical workshops. All events have been organised with safety in mind.

We will be monitouring Government guidance carefully and will inform you of any changes to events.

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