What they say:
Hoping to mimic the same passion for live music that Oasis and The Verve venue, Jug of Ale once did, The Loft is hoping to introduce a new wave of musical fun and fluster to Moseley. Set to open above traditional Birmingham bar, The Cross, The Loft is set to be two floors worth of premium local music, live entertainment, burlesque shows and vintage flair. With one floor reserved for music talent and the other for a Pin Up Lounge boasting 50s style dressing tables and vintage loungers, The Loft is hoping to bring back a little twang of class from days gone by.
What we say:
As if Moseley wasn't quirky enough with the likes of The Prince of Wales and The Bull's Head on its doorstep, The Loft is looking to up the cool stakes. A new music and entertainment set to be found above The Cross, The Loft could be a true contender on the Birmingham music scene if it sets to mimic and evolve of the atmosphere that Jug of Ale once gave the city. And what with a rarity of vintage fancies and burlesque wonders in Birmingham in general, we're looking forward to seeing if The Loft and its Pin Up Lounge can introduce some old fashioned wonders into the heart of one of Birmingham's most popular suburbs.