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An Evening with Nadiya Hussain

When: Monday 16 January, 19:30-21:00 Where: Birmingham Town Hall, Victoria Square, B3 3DQ Tickets: £25 + booking fee (available online here) Since winning the Great British Bake-Off in 2015, Nadiya Hussain has captured the...

What’s On Readers’ Awards 2017

Birmingham What’s On present their 2017 Readers’ Awards! This is an opportunity for you to show just how much you appreciate Birmingham and Digbeth’s ever-vibrant arts and entertainment scene, and there are plenty of...

BIHG – Ourselves Alone

When: Wednesday 4 January, 19:15 onwards Where: The Connaught Bar (upstairs), Irish Centre Birmingham, High Street, Digbeth, B12 0NL Tickets: £3.50 for non-members, free for members The Birmingham Irish Heritage Group has some exciting...

Pat Molloy Trad Session

When: Sunday 1 January 2017, 15:00 onwards Where: The Big Bulls Head, High Street, Digbeth, B5 6DY Free Stuck for something to do this new year’s day? Well, then the Pat Molloy Summer School...

Powered By Launch

When: Monday 23 January, 18:30-21:00 Where: Impact Hub Birmingham, 58 Oxford Street, Digbeth, B5 5NR Powered By Brum is a joint initiative between Beetfreeks and Impact Hub Birmingham, supporting young innovators (aged 16-30) to...

Bugsy Malone Prohibition Bash

When: Saturday 31 December, 18:00-03:00 Where: The Mockingbird Cinema and Kitchen, The Custard Factory, Gibb Street, Digbeth, B9 4AA Tickets: from £15 (available online) Now the Christmas festivities are over, your attention may have...

Birmingham Budget Consultation 2017

When: until 18 January 2017 Birmingham City Council need to make big savings due to financial challenges. A public consultation regarding the proposed budget has been opened to learn if they’re making the right...

Wholesale Memory

Birmingham’s markets were established by Royal Charter in 1166; the Wholesale Market opened in 1883, with the current market buildings opening in February 1974. As they will soon disappear to make way for the...

Grand Union: 2016 Review

Grand Union, a gallery and artist space in Minerva Works, continues to enhance cultural life in our little corner of the world, and is fast becoming a jewel in Digbeth’s crown. They’ve produced a...