People from across Birmingham are being asked to vote for their favourite films to be shown during the second annual Brindleyplace Outdoor Film Festival.
The summer season at mac birmingham kicks off with an exciting outdoor programme of theatre, music, comedy and movies – suitable for families, young people and adults.
Leicester’s Cultural Quarter will be a vibrant hive of activity this June as An Indian Summer festival comes to the City for the third year running.
With less than two weeks to go Birmingham Pride organisers say the event is attracting the most diverse range of music it’s ever seen and proving a hit with ticket-buyers.
Brindleyplace has named Aston Manor Cider as the sponsor for its fiery Chilli Festival that will take place on the mixed-use estate this summer.
Fourth annual festival of innovative European theatre returns to Birmingham
Birmingham art rockers Stubblemelt have been announced as headliners for the Midland’s second Fitness Festival,
Birmingham’s Fierce Festival returns this October with its distinctive programme of performance and surprising installations in public space.
As part of the celebrated Bromsgrove festival, Timothy West will be appearing with the Pavao Quartet to present Intimate Letters
Martineau Gardens Spring Event, Edgbaston
The eighth annual Hexham Book Festival, which will take place this year from 24 April to 2 May, has just announced its line-up, with a variety of writers offering events blending words, stories and ideas.
For a second year, Flatpack Festival has teamed up with Colmore Business District (CBD) to bring Film Bug, a mini festival of film, to Birmingham’s business district
Brand new exhibition at Winterbourne House and Garden asks University of Birmingham researchers to capture detailed research projects in just one image
Jerome Turner invites anyone with a box of old cine reels to come along and have them projected at 8mm Cine Club’s first visit to Flatpack Festival.
Birmingham police are issuing advice to anyone intending to enjoy St Patrick’s Day in Digbeth.
The reigning Miss Birmingham will add a touch of glamour to this weekend’s St Patrick’s Day celebrations when she makes a special guest appearance
Art Soak – a free arts festival bringing a feel good factor to south Birmingham - 23rd - 26th March 2013
Flatpack Festival returns to Birmingham from 21-31 March 2013, spreading across two weekends for the very first time.
Flatpack Festival / Birmingham City University collaboration kicks off!