When: Thursday 28th July, 19:00-21:00
Where: Millennium Point’s Atrium, Curzon Street, B4 7XG
Be History is an evening of spoken word and music, bringing together two poets and two musicians each commissioned to create pieces around the themes of technology, literacy and generations.
The event will also include a live open mic, attended by poet blogger Jordanne Cameron, spoken word artist Reuben Field, and singer/songwriters Namiwa Jazz and Madi Saskia.
The event is in collaboration with Birmingham Museums Trust, the Museum Collection Centre and Beatfreeks – a creative youth engagement agency which helps young people reach their potential.
Learn more about Be History and other free summer events at Millennium Point here.