Birmingham artists are celebrating the award of new funding
Birmingham police are issuing advice to anyone intending to enjoy St Patrick’s Day in Digbeth.
Eclectic Wedding Extravaganza 2 - this time it's bigger
Artists and filmmakers from around the world will transform the main gallery at Eastside Projects in Digbeth into a stage for live performances and moving image works.
Fazeley Studios was chosen by Clarins, the luxury cosmetics company, to host a three day training seminar earlier this year.
A group of 20 apprentices from the Black Country are gearing up to work in Ireland as part of a cultural exchange.
Mike Nelson's ‘M6’: Eastside Projects, a contemporary art gallery in Digbeth, will play host to his first major solo exhibition in his home region
Alan Clawley believes Birmingham doesn't capitalise on its historic assets and suggests a better way to make more of them.
'Make Do and Mend' is an exhibition by award winning photojournalist Alison Baskerville. The exhibits will be on show at The Lake Side gallery, The Custard Factory, Digbeth, over Remembrance weekend.
Midland rock musicians and the photographers who snap them are launching a unique exhibition celebrating the best of live music photography.
Ambitious Birmingham arts festival celebrates 10th year
Fazeley Studios in Digbeth played host to a fringe session with an array of Conservative MPs and local creative Birmingham businesses
A mini-forest made of real trees and soil planted onto a converted canal hopper is due to travel the canals of Birmingham and the Black Country.
Learn more about contemporary art as you explore sculptural materials in a hands-on, artist-led, family workshop.
On Saturday 16th June 2012 the Wagon and Horses Digbeth, are staging a live ska, dub, folk, gypsy, punk music event to raise awareness and funds for the Sea Shepherds Conservation Society.
Film festival celebrates Laurel & Hardy’s Brummie screen-mate, Digbeth B-movie and one of Birmingham’s unsung musical heroes.
A contemporary visual arts festival showcasing the best in artist-led activity in Birmingham.
A night of amazing live music performed by some of the finest unsigned artists in the UK as well as breakthrough artists
Birmingham’s Eastside became a melting pot of creativity earlier this month with the much anticipated launch of the city’s newest multi-purpose music studios, education and training venue