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Arts Events

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

Fertile Ground Thomas Wynne at Argentea Gallery 9th January – 8th February 2020

Fertile Ground is an annual exhibition reserved to highlight Midlands-based photographic artists. This year Argentea Gallery is proud to present work by Thomas Wynne. Selected from several… Read more »

Brumbeat Xmas and New Year Gig Guide 2019

Our Birmingham live music & DJ guide for December, Christmas and NYE 2019, offers original and alternative nightlife, gigs, parties and music listings. We work with local promoters and… Read more »

Digbeth First Friday 6 December 4pm until late

This December, get out and about, discover something new and enjoy the fantastic independent culture Digbeth has to offer! On offer this month: Anchor Gallery Collective: Meet… Read more »

Hungarian Christmas Market Fest at Spotted Dog Sunday 1st Dec

Discover the home of unique experiences with the Hungarian Market Fest! It is an unforgettable one-day event packed with bespoke flavours, joyful music and unique experiences. Our… Read more »

Tangerine Dream to play Birmingham – almost!!!

Tangerine Dream to play Birmingham – almost!!!

Ninth Electronic Music Festival comes to Birmingham and once again it includes an all-day free electronic music event featuring talks, demonstrations, interactive sessions, synth manufacturer attendance, a… Read more »

DIGMAS is back bigger and better for 2019!

DIGMAS is back bigger and better for 2019! 🎁 Digbeth is the only place to be Saturday 7th & Sunday 8th December! 🎄 Expect live music, street… Read more »

True Reverie Christmas Carnival comes to town with a unique retail experience

True Reverie, a new lifestyle brand from Wolverhampton, that creates clothing and art which tells the story of its followers, will be hosting a Christmas Carnival, for… Read more »

Digwood Sessions no3 Rodgers and Brush – Friday 6th December 2019

Friday 6th December 2019 8:00pm til 11:00pm Minimum Age: 18 Digwood Co presents a night of acoustic reveries with sets from William William Rodgers and Judy Brush…. Read more »

The New Consistent’s Christmas Party at The Sunflower Lounge 19th December

The New Consistent is hosting a Christmas Party at The Sunflower Lounge in Birmingham as a first headline gig on 19th December, presented by Qute Zoo Promotions. … Read more »

Artist to the stars Fabian Perez launches search for new muse in first UK Living Legend series

Clarendon Fine Art and Whitewall Galleries – the country’s leading gallery group – is welcoming outstanding figurative artist and modern master Fabian Perez, to the UK as… Read more »

UK rap queen Lady Leshurr to play intimate Birmingham show

UK rap queen Lady Leshurr to play intimate Birmingham show

UK rap queen Lady Leshurr is to play an intimate Birmingham show on Thursday 14 November as part of joint birthday celebrations for two creative city organisations…. Read more »

Rosie Tee + Oystercatcher + Eloise Fabbri Sun 24th November 2019 Centrala, Digbeth

Rosie Tee returns with an angular yet mesmeric new single, Wither. To celebrate it’s release, Rosie will be performing her atmospheric blend of electronic, jazz, classical & pop… Read more »

Indigo Nights: Winter and Chill fundraiser

Adjei invites all to the next Indigo Nights Intimate Concert on Saturday 23rd November. It will be held at the The Vault Business Centre, Digbeth, B12 0JU. … Read more »

It’s Time To Be… Bold Brave Beautiful plus HARRIET Screening

Date: Fri, 29th November 2019 Time: 18:00 – 21:00 GMT Location:  ODEON ,139 New Street ,Birmingham, B2 4NU Price: £30 per ticket Where to buy tickets: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/its-time-to-be-bold-brave-beautiful-harriet-screening-tickets-74715005593 Brief synopsis… Read more »

Medicine Bakery, Cafe and Gallery review

Medicine Bakery, Cafe and Gallery review

Birmingham has been going through almost immeasurable changes in recent years. With a huge increase in large commercial chain bars and restaurants entering the city centre, many… Read more »