Community Events

Birmingham Support Group are a voluntary organisation helping the homeless and needy of Birmingham. This fundraising ball will help the organisation to continue feeding and supporting the… Read more »

Photo: Duncan and Robin Campbell from UB40 meet staff and volunteers during a visit to Acorns in Birmingham. Picture by Matt Campbell. Birmingham music legends UB40 recently… Read more »

On Monday afternoon (6th), MP for Birmingham Selly Oak Steve McCabe joined over 200 people in Selly Oak for a mass walk to raise awareness of people… Read more »

Birmingham St. Patrick’s Festival and Parade really need your help! This year will see the first ever Parade Day charity fun run, The Emerald Mile. The organisers… Read more »

Local charity Birmingham PHAB Camps are searching for children and volunteers from 1967 to celebrate their 50th birthday. Birmingham PHAB Camps turns 50 this year, and is… Read more »

The Mockingbird Cinema & Kitchen and The Custard Factory are pleased to announce a special day of Rogue One Star Wars screenings. The UK Garrison will be… Read more »

ART!IVST UK & Dubgasm have teamed up with Birmingham Food Drive to create an evening of poetry, live music, visual art and DJs to fundraise for Birmingham’s… Read more »

for-Wards is a large-scale, two-year project which will discover the sounds of Birmingham by working with composers and local communities. These sounds will then be used to… Read more »

 Birmingham Cathedral celebrates common values, making new connections through city-wide creative conversation. Project to celebrate common values, bring people together and create moments of reflection and wonder…. Read more »

People don’t realise that anybody can find themselves homeless for all sorts of reasons. I was lost and didn’t know how to find any direction. Quite simply,… Read more »

for-Wards is a large-scale, two-year project which will discover the sounds of Birmingham by working with composers and local communities. These sounds will then be used to… Read more »

Manager of Cucina Rustica, Afif Akhtar has decided to donate £2 for every table served in the restaurant from Friday 21st October to Friday 25th November, to… Read more »

City of Colours – a Birmingham based urban arts company that hosts the city’s largest celebration of street art – is to unveil two new murals and… Read more »

10 Composers, 30 Musicians, 40 Community Groups, 10 Local Performances.  2 years, 1 Spectacular Performance for-Wards is an ambitious two-year city-wide music project creating original musical compositions… Read more »

Over 600 children from primary schools across the city will sing together to raise funds for Birmingham Children’s Hospital in a special concert organised by King Edward’s… Read more »

Birmingham Walking Tours

Now you can find out more about Birmingham with a walking tour of the city centre. Starting and ending at the Library of Birmingham in Centenary Square… Read more »

The team behind TEDxBrum have started to announce the line-up for this year’s #PowerOfUs themed event at the Town Hall. Some of those confirmed so far include… Read more »

National deafblind charity, Sense, bring ‘I Know I Can’t See, But I Still Look’ exhibition to Birmingham, in collaboration with Glenn Howells Architects National deafblind charity, Sense,… Read more »

YMCA to open coffee shop in Erdington

‘Eden, more than coffee’ is located within the new Chris Bryant Centre, on Reservoir Road and will be open for both YMCA Birmingham residents and members of… Read more »

Popular Birmingham bar, The Botanist, is making its customers’ cocktail dreams come true with a charity auction with a difference this April 14th. From 6pm, the bar… Read more »

Local Community Unites for Grand Central Launch

It was a national affair as Grand Central Birmingham finally opened its doors to shoppers but, they ensured that their launch was rooted firmly in the Birmingham… Read more »

The Drum in partnership with Birmingham City Council is the official organiser of Black History Month 2015.  A month long  event to celebrate the achievements, contributions and… Read more »

Birmingham’s Hidden Spaces is proud to be playing a part in the inaugural Birmingham Heritage Week, from 10-17 September 2015. With over 80 events ranging from exhibitions… Read more »

An historic analogue recording studio where Duran Duran, Stephen Duffy and Ocean Colour Scene created much of their early work today launched a 60-day Pledge campaign, backed… Read more »

We are very happy to anounce our first major event in support of Rave Against Racism. Over 2 nights, a stellar line up of DJs and live… Read more »

ParkLives will be bigger and better in Birmingham this year, with hundreds of fun and free activity sessions aimed at getting thousands of Brummies up, active and… Read more »

Old Speckled Hen is celebrating Easter this year by bringing its much-loved ale to Birmingham in a characteristically cunning style, that’s set to test the grey matter… Read more »

In the aftermath of Birmingham City Council’s budget cut announcements, Birmingham St. Patrick’s Festival and Parade faces a tough future, however the organising team are working tirelessly… Read more »

Celebrating the official festival of colour Holi, and marking the arrival of Spring, Holi Rave Feast-IVAL presented by Shaanti, takes place on Saturday 21st March at the… Read more »

for-wards is a hyper-local pilot music project. The project is a micro version of a larger ambition in creating new music inspired by Birmingham’s 40 electoral wards…. Read more »

For many, the festive season can be an extremely lonely and difficult time. We all go through ups and downs and there will be many people struggling… Read more »

The Longbridge Light Festival that took place at the end of October might, perhaps, not be the last one. At least that was the idea; the plan… Read more »

The Rainbow Arena in Digbeth has been announced as the venue for one of the world’s most unique, fun and exciting festival series. The HOLI ONE Colour… Read more »