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Waste Isn’t Rubbish – Public Consultation

Everyone in Birmingham has until 31 July to give their views on Birmingham City Council’s (BCC) future strategy for the city’s waste. As supporters of Birmingham Friends of the Earth’s Waste Isn’t Rubbish campaign,...

Tahini – Review

Last week, I was very lucky to dine at Tahini – a pop-up within a pop-up (#meta) – a Mediterranean-inspired restaurant housed at Pop Up Digbeth. With a team carrying some top-quality culinary credentials,...

‘CCTV’

A couple of Sunday mornings ago I was sat in my flat in Digbeth and instead of the usual silence from the road below, I heard some dubstep beats coming from Green Street. Investigating,...

Digbeth vs JQ?

On Tuesday 21st June, a debate was held at Fazeley Studios to discuss the relative merits of the Jewellery Quarter versus Digbeth. Unfortunately, we were unable to attend, but over 100 others were present....

Exodus at Centrala

Where: Centrala, Unit 4, Minerva Works, Fazeley Street, Digbeth, B5 5RT There is a packed programme of events taking place at Centrala this summer, all launched by the opening of an exhibition at the...

Ocean Colour Scene at The Old Crown

When: Thursday 14th until Sunday 17th July Where: The Old Crown, Digbeth High Street, B12 0LD Birmingham’s oldest pub is being taken over by Radio X and Strongbow this weekend, and they’re bringing some...

Warwick Bar Summer Fete 2016

When: Saturday 23 July, 12:00-19:00 Where: Warwick Bar, Fazeley Street, Digbeth, B5 5RS Free Warwick Bar and urban festival stalwarts Seasonal Markets are working together for the annual Warwick Bar Summer Fete taking place...

Pat Molloy Summer School

When: Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th July Where: South and City College, High Street, Digbeth, B5 5SU The annual Pat Molloy Summer School returns to Digbeth this month, with its focus on traditional Irish...

City of Colours in Pictures

The paint may have dried, but the fruits of City of Colours 2016 will adorn the walls of Digbeth for months to come! Following the festival on Saturday 18 June, which attracted over 10,000...