Tagged: Graffiti

Sneaks&Peaks #8

When: Saturday 2nd April, 11:30–18:00 Where: 119 Floodgate Street, Digbeth, B5 5TL Tickets: from £3 (available online here) Sneaks & Peaks, the inner-city lifestyle festival, returns to Digbeth on Saturday 2nd April, moving to...

What makes Digbeth cool?

Having recently been named one of the top ten coolest neighbourhoods in the UK, Digbeth clearly has a lot to offer. In their latest film, Custard Factory TV speak to David Brown (AKA Panda)...

The Bench 504 Graffiti Battles

When: Saturday 17 January, 20:00-01:00 Where: Rainbow Arena, Lower Trinity Street, Digbeth, B9 4AG Tickets: £5 The Bench 504 is known to street art aficionados as the place in Digbeth to get your graffiti...

Digbeth’s Tree of Hope

The Tree of Hope, has used graffiti to spread its message on a huge scale, commissioning a 30-foot high graffiti artwork in the Custard Factory. The Tree of Hope offers hope to the families...

On the Streets of Digbeth

Graffiti has a bad reputation, fostered by ‘youths’ mindlessly vandalising cities with their tags. Digbeth, however, seems to attract a rather more discerning street artist, who do more ‘art’ than ‘graffiti’. It’s an unwritten...