Arts Events

Information on the latest Arts events in Birmingham, featuring performing art, comedy, dance, music, theatre and art exhibitions.

Robert Lindsay returns to the stage in PRISM Written and directed by Terry Johnson

Robert Lindsay returns to the stage in the astonishing true story of double Oscar-winning cinematic master Jack Cardiff. Terry Johnson’s Prism opens at Birmingham Repertory Theatre from 3 – 12 October ahead of… Read more »

Birmingham’s Oldest Pub to celebrate 651st Birthday

Birmingham’s Oldest Pub to celebrate 651st Birthday

Birmingham’s oldest pub is getting ready to celebrate turning 651 years old. The Old Crown, established in 1368, was the only building left standing after the Battle… Read more »

Barber Shop Chronicles Birmingham Repertory Theatre Thu 26 – Sat 28 Sept

Following two sell-out runs in London and a world tour, the acclaimed Barber Shop Chronicles comes to Birmingham Repertory Theatre from 26 – 28 September. Written by Nigerian-born poet and playwright Inua… Read more »

Birmingham Heritage Week 12-22 September 2019

The start of a city-wide celebration of over 200 events showcasing Birmingham’s fascinating history, people and places is drawing closer, with one week to go until Birmingham… Read more »

Kings Heath Street Festival

Sunday – 8th September – Midday – 8PMYork Road, Kings Heath, B14 7SR https://www.facebook.com/events/655212344918609/ Join us for the unmissable Kings Heath Street Festival! An end-of summer bonanza… Read more »

Digbeth First Friday 6 September

This September, get out and about, discover something new and enjoy the fantastic independent culture Digbeth has to offer! On offer this month: Cashpot Amusements: THE POWER… Read more »

Brumbeat Gig Guide September 2019

Our Birmingham live music & DJ guide for September 2019, offers original and alternative nightlife, gigs, parties and music listings. We work with local promoters and venues each month to… Read more »

National Album Day partners with Network Rail to launch Album Exhibition in Stations around the UK

A touring exhibition celebrating the sounds of Scotland, the North, the Midlands and London & the South is set to launch next month as part of the… Read more »

Diverse Musical Legacy Of The Midlands Celebrated In Rebel Music

Birmingham Repertory Theatre, in association with Middle Child, presents A WORLD PREMIÈRE REBEL MUSIC By Robin French Directed and co-created by Alex Brown The DOOR, Birmingham Repertory… Read more »

Exhibition launch of British centenarian woman artist Katherine Fryer at RBSA Gallery

Celebrate the life of Birmingham based artist, Katherine Fryer, at RBSA Gallery in the Jewellery Quarter with a collection of works from her 90-year career plus supporting… Read more »

Perishing Shrines Lisa Ross at Argentea Gallery 21st September – 2nd November

Perishing Shrines Lisa Ross at Argentea Gallery 21st September – 2nd November

Argentea Gallery is extremely proud to present Perishing Shrines, an exhibition of photographs by Lisa Ross from her Living Shrines project. Since 2002 New York based artist… Read more »

Return to Nature festival

A free day out for the whole family, this exciting new micro-festival, situated in beautiful ancient woodland, will include an environmental arts trail of immersive installations, live… Read more »

Felix Rabin – French Guitar Wonder returns to the UK this Autumn

Solid Entertainments is delighted to announce that Félix Rabin is revisiting our shores next month It’s great news for blues-rock fans, live music lovers and aspiring guitarists… Read more »

Alice Sebold’s Global Bestselling Book, The Lovely Bones Returns To The Stage

FRIDAY 6 – SATURDAY 21 SEPTEMBER 2019 The Lovely Bones, one of the bestselling novels of the 21st century, opens its UK tour at Birmingham Repertory Theatre… Read more »

Birmingham Repertory Theatre and Middle Child presents Rebel Music by Robin French 19 Sep 2019 – 05 Oct 19

It’s the sweltering hot summer of 1976. The country is in economic turmoil. The far right is on the march. Rock Against Racism puts white punk bands… Read more »

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