Moseley Record Fair at St. Columba Church Hall

I’ve been to loads of these and they are all great. I don’t even have a record player, nor a turntable, even. Records is not the reason I go. For me the Moseley Record Fair is all about the Cafe. The lovely dinner ladies produce fantastic cakes, many of which are vegan. These go great with tea.

Moseley Record Fair

Moseley Record Fair Cafe

It’s more than a cafe. It’s a middle aged ‘Youth Club’. There’s always music. This time we had the delights of Dog Food Simon. He treated us to some great sounds. In addition there was some singing and guitar from┬áMicky Greaney. He was actually pretty good. However, I did ignore him pretty much as I was chatting.

The highlight of the Moseley Record Fair cafe is the dahl. Sarah’s dahl is the best dahl you will ever taste. She was told that it was better than the tarka dhal from the Syllhet in Kings Heath. Hell yeah!

This is a great Sunday dinner and thoroughly vegan!

Moseley Record Fair is the Premium record fair in the whole of Birmingham. I can’t corroborate this as I don’t buy records. However, I’ve been chatting to them in the know and the record collectors love it. So if you haven’t been before you should go to the next one.

You can stay informed on Facebook, the events are always advertised on there or on the NEW Moseley Record Fair website, which is beautifully crafted and very informative.

Future Record Fairs in Moseley

From Facebook

Designed for buyers and sellers of vinyl records, compact discs, books, DVDs, posters, magazines and memorabilia.

Based in the heart of Moseley, Birmingham (on the corner of Chantry Road and Alcester Road) – Children welcome.

All Fairs start at 1pm and finish at 5pm

Forthcoming dates next year:

(All dates are the first Sunday of the month)

2nd February 2014
2nd March 2014
6th April 2014
4th May 2014
1st June 2014

Table bookings and enquiries:
07825 447913 / 07866 237094

So why not come along for some vegan treats, music, chatting and records and memorabilia at Birmingham’s finest Record Fair.

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