Arts Events

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

Mark McGowan – Artist Taxi Driver at Fircroft College

Fircroft College of Adult Education have booked Mark McGowan aka The Artist Taxi Driver to visit Fircroft College on January 18th from 1 – 3pm. He will be… Read more »

A Guide to Birmingham’s Best Theatres

A Guide to Birmingham’s Best Theatres

One of the most exciting elements of Britain’s second city is its growing theatre scene, providing an impressive depth and variety: from musicals and opera to innovative… Read more »

Edmund Clark In Place of Hate at Ikon Gallery

Edmund Clark In Place of Hate at Ikon Gallery

British artist Edmund Clark is Ikon Gallery’s artist-in-residence at Europe’s only entirely therapeutic prison, HMP Grendon. This immersive exhibition is the culmination of his residency, comprising photography,… Read more »

Theatre review 101 Dalmatians at The REP

On Tuesday evening I headed to The REP for another press night, this time it was Debbie Isitt’s stage adaptation of Dodie Smith’s 101 Dalmatians, directed by… Read more »

Beyond the Battlefields photography exhibition on now!

‘Beyond the Battlefields’: Using photography to understand the impact of war Käthe Buchler (1876-1930) was an amateur German photographer, whose collection of images has been assembled into… Read more »

Seventh Wave Festival of Electronic Music returns 2018

Fifth Electronic Music Festival comes to Birmingham and this time around it includes an all-day free electronic music event featuring talks, demonstrations, interactive sessions, synth manufacturer attendance,… Read more »

DAM Exhibition shop gallery open until 16th Dec

Digbeth Arts Market launched their pioneering Art & Design Exhibition to the public November 18 and the Exhibition Shop Gallery is running until the 16th December 2017…. Read more »

Listening Sessions first Thursday every month at PST

Listening Sessions, are an electronic music event/community/label in Birmingham, founded in 2013. Hosting monthly producer showcase events at Club PST in Digbeth, on the first Thursday of every month… Read more »

Grapevine Guide In Print – Bloc Magazine Winter 2017

We help the awesome Bloc Magazine out with what’s going on in Brum every season, here’s Winter 2017. Bloc is produced by Bloc Hotels and gies to… Read more »

The Prince of Nothingwood at The Electric Cinema review

I was invited to review The Prince of Nothingwood, which was recently screened at The Electric Cinema, Birmingham. I’ve watched a fair few movies at The Electric…. Read more »

Miss Moneypenny’s at Symphony Hall review by Lisa Cooper

Miss Moneypenny’s at Symphony Hall review by Lisa Cooper

Last Friday, The Birmingham Symphony Hall, the most acoustically perfect venue in the UK, and amongst the top five in the world, was the prestigious setting of… Read more »

Digbeth First Friday Dec 1st 2017

Digbeth First Friday Dec 1st 2017

Experience the incredible variety of events on offer this month, discover something new and enjoy the fantastic independent culture Digbeth has to offer! On offer this month:… Read more »

The REP gets Tails Wagging in Hearing Dogs Fundraiser!

Registered charity, Birmingham Repertory Theatre has announced a joint fundraising partnership with Hearing Dogs for Deaf People.  The city centre theatre will be raising funds during the run… Read more »

The Jumprov Christmas Special!

Jumprov are back once again this December with a Christmas themed 90 minute comedy sketch show completely made up on the spot and 100% improvised. Jumprov is… Read more »

Medea Written in Rage review by Charlotte Burholt

Medea, Written in Rage is unrelenting in its formation of the alarming and disconcerting. A sustained sense of unease is what proves it to be so thought-provoking;… Read more »