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Follow the latest what’s on in Birmingham news. Supplied by our guest writers, and press release contributors. From food & drink to live music, arts and culture to reviews and events.

Best Birmingham Arts for April and May

April and May offer some great art stuff to stare at, including the consistently brilliant Flatpack Film Festival, celebrating ten years of filmy goodness in the city…. Read more »

Botanist’s Auction with a difference for Charity!

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 »

Nadafilm brings The Graduate to life with Live Music

Nadafilm brings The Graduate to life with Live Music

nada [naad]: mystic sound; subtle sound accompanied by an effulgence. Nadafilm brings live music to the world of iconic films. Seminal soundtracks are bought to life by… Read more »

Vintage Clothing that’s Worth the Weight

A brand new event for 2016 comes to Birmingham’s St Martin in the Bullring church on Saturday 9th April. The Vintage Weigh & Pay allows customers to… Read more »

Take a social enterprise-themed bicycle tour of Digbeth

Take a social enterprise-themed bicycle tour of Digbeth

Join iSE for a social enterprise-themed bicycle tour of Digbeth led by a local historian Richard Trengrouse. Discover more about the area and the people who shaped… Read more »

Demand for Dylan’s art sees Birmingham galleries release new works

Demand for Dylan’s art sees Birmingham galleries release new works

Hand signed artwork from cultural icon Bob Dylan released at Birmingham’s two Castle Fine Art galleries Most popular artworks from ‘The Drawn Blank Series’ reimagined for new… Read more »

Harborne Farmers Market celebrates 10th Anniversary

Harborne’s popular monthly Farmers Market will celebrate it’s 10th anniversary this weekend, on Saturday 9 April, from 9am-2pm. Organisers Sketts Quality Events will mark the occasion with… Read more »

The Botanist Celebrates One Year in Birmingham

Popular Birmingham bar, The Botanist is celebrating its first year in the city this week and is looking back at the successes of the last 12 months…. Read more »

UK’s Sneaker Convention Returned to Digbeth Sat 2nd April

Thousands descended to Birmingham for celebration of sneaker culture at sneaks&peaks: Edition 8. Taking place twice a year, the Midland’s largest celebration of sneaker culture returned to Birmingham… Read more »

Groundbreaking Immigration Debate set to Interactive Music and Projected Visuals

“South Bank Award-Winning Artist, Mohammed Ali, curates a debate with a unique twist – Performance artists respond live to the conversation through music.” The Hubb Debate –… Read more »

Young Creatives to Showcase Films on Grand Central Media Eyes

Young Creatives to Showcase Films on Grand Central Media Eyes

Birmingham, March 2016: – Six months on since the launch of Grand Central Birmingham, one of the cities most talked about developments in decades; the centre provides… Read more »

Hannah Brackenbury brings solo show to Brum

Musical comedy performer Hannah Brackenbury will bring her solo show to Birmingham’s Wellington Hotel on Friday 22nd April as part of her first UK tour. Before embarking… Read more »

The Great Outdoors returns for Balearic & Disco Spring Sessions

Dean Smith’s The Great Outdoors is back for 2016! Kicking off chilled disco antics at the Lord Clifden, Leo Mas, Nancy Noise and Max Essa will be… Read more »

Trainspotting Play review by Maryam Snape

Trainspotting, In Your Face Theatre Company’s take on Irvine Welsh’s iconic story of the highs and lows of heroin addiction in late 1980s Leith in Edinburgh. When… Read more »

Lunar Festival returns for its 3rd year this June!

Lunar Festival returns for its 3rd year this June!

Late Night Sounds announced including Psychemagik’s Magik Forest, Horse Meat Disco, Craig Charles, Magic Door and many more Headliners include Super Furry Animals, Mercury Rev, Television, Badly… Read more »

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