Artists from across the West Midlands will have the opportunity to exhibit and sell their art within mac birmingham’s prestigious first floor art gallery.
After the success of last year’s award winning At Swim Two Boys, Earthfall return to MAC, Birmingham with dynamic dance, live music and film in ‘Chelsea Hotel’
This year sees the tenth anniversary of Birmingham’s free Galleries Night and Art Bus.
Brand new British musical The Good Enough Mums Club will have its World Premiere at the MAC, Birmingham in May
Trusting to their resourcefulness and the kindness of strangers they traveled the 874 miles from Land’s End to John O’Groats to discover the real Britain.
God’s Property, by award winning playwright and former EastEnder’s actor Arinze Kene, will run at mac birmingham from 26 - 28 March
A two week celebration of theatre will highlight the best of West Midlands’ creativity this March.
Coventry University academics Craig Barber and Andrew Spackman, otherwise known as artistic duo The Habsburgs, present a new exhibition at mac birmingham.
Average Height Englishman, Gareth Berliner (stand-up comedian) and Little Person Australian, Kiruna Stamell (actress) present a fresh new comedy double-act; full of diversity and difference.
mac birmingham has two great family shows to offer this February half term, along with a busy programme of activities to keep children of all ages entertained.
Following on from the success of One Beat Sunday last summer, mac birmingham presents Midnight Bonfires & Friends – a special night of new music from across Birmingham.
The Jerwood Drawing Prize is the largest and longest running annual open exhibition for drawing in the UK. You can see some at mac Birmingham.
A new exhibition capturing rare images of the Yemeni community in the West Midlands is to go on display at mac birmingham next year.
Birmingham Uni is to stage a unique city-wide day of events called Brum Dine With Me on September 28 as part of a major European campaign highlighting the value of research in society.
Mr Inman is rather pleased to have found a better means of transport to London culture than actually going there.
This autumn, mac birmingham has a rib-tickling line-up of comedians, guaranteed to put a smile on the grumpiest of faces; including Jo Caulfield, Hardeep Singh Kohli, Simon Munnery, and Mark Thomas.
mac birmingham presents By the Rivers of Birminam - the first retrospective exhibition of one of the country’s most prolific black photographers, Vanley Burke.
This winter, mac birmingham presents a tale of friendship set on an island of rubbish with Knick Knack and Doo Dad – Reasons to be Cheerful.
The Midlands’ most popular arts centre, mac birmingham, officially launched its 50th anniversary celebrations on Saturday with the opening of The Playmakers, a brand new exhibition which reflects the centre’s history.