Digbeth Arts Market is bringing Birmingham an art exhibition and pop-up shop! Celebrating a co-operative of local artists, designers and makers showcasing and selling bespoke and unique art!
The main exhibition will be at the Cranked Cycle Café in the Zellig Building Custard Factory! Next door to Cranked, our pop-up shop is where you can purchase bespoke and unique art from the amazing Digbeth Arts Market artists, designers and makers.
If you miss us at the exhibtion you can always join us at our DAM Xmas market on the 9th December Lower Trinity St, Spotlight venue.
Find yourself amongst stalls of eclectic and affordable vintage and retro treasures including fashion for men and women, homeware and collectables. Treat yourself to tea and delicious cake in our pop-up tearoom and even stop by the vintage beauty salon for some well-deserved pampering!
For the perfect tea break, stop by the tearoom with the lovely LIL'S PARLOUR who will be putting on a great spread of delicious cakes and bakes fresh out the kitchen.
HAIR AND BEAUTY SALON
For the perfect victory rolls, glamorous pin curls or sky-scraping beehives, make an appointment in the hair and beauty salon, hosted by SARAH RUSSELL HAIR & MAKE UP.
To book an appointment in advance, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
SUN 5TH NOV
£2 ENTRY (Under 12s Free)
IT'S BACK! Another night of Sister Act 2 movie goodness. But before the film, you get to sing, clap and dance (chair dancing or other) with a LIVE Gospel Choir thanks to the Birmingham Community Gospel Choir!! 😍
As before the choir will perform a few songs to warm us all up very nicely before the film starts. We were lucky to have the same choir with us for Sister Act and they sounded divine 😂.
Doors (for entry): 2015
Gospel choir intro and then the film screening.
TICKETS ON SALE HERE
Born in Poland but now based out of Calgary, Canada, Valiska creates gritty, overcast soundscapes inspired by the likes of Tim Hecker, Rafael Anton Irisarri, and Grouper. Although his hometown is often overshadowed by other Canadian cities such as Montreal, Valiska has been part of an insular but slowly expanding scene, exploring strands of experimental drone and ambient. Krzysztof Sujata has been making experimental music as Valiska since 2010. Drawing inspiration from the tension between the city and rural landscapes of his Calgary home, the project combines ambient and drone with elements of modern composition.
Presented as part of Behind the Curtain Festival
£5 on the door
Poetry Jam | First Thursday of Every Month | 200 Degrees Coffee Shop, Birmingham | 7 til 9pm
A monthly open mic platform to jam, perform and click with a community of creatives.
Free entry. Starting promptly at 7pm to fit as many performers in as possible (advised to come early to get the best seats).
Want an open mic slot? Arrive 15 minutes before the night kicks off to sign up to the open mic list.
The 10th annual West Midlands Vegan Festival in Wolverhampton, the Midlands biggest ever vegan event with 160 stalls, 40+ talks, 10 cookery demos, live stage entertainment all weekend & countless other attractions, at the Wolves Civic, outdoors & Art Gallery. Open Saturday & Sunday, 10am-6pm both days. Only £1 entry, under 16's FREE!
Free workshop introducing how to curate an exhibition or display, for people interested in developing their own.
Explore processes in planning & developing cultural exhibitions
Look at recent exhibitions in Birmingham, like ‘Connecting Stories’ & ‘Wholesale Memories’
Develop your own exhibition
There are up to 12 workshop places available at the Wholesale Memory Hub, where 'Wholesale Memories' is currently being exhibited by Friction Arts. This is a unique opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of making a cultural exhibition or display and discussing with experts and other participants. There will be an opportunity to develop your own exhibition, or work in smal groups to develop plans.
Resources will be available online to support the workshop. Snacks & cold lunch provided.
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Please park within the Wholesale Memory precinct (free).
What can I bring into the event?
Please bring ideas for your own exhibition or display to share and develop with the group.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please ring or email Marcus 07784302283, email@example.com.
DRAGPUNK is bringing back our I'M NOT OKAY night! An alternative queer night at Birmingham's Nightingale Club on Friday 13th October. Get ready for a Halloween special!
Whether emo, grunge, goth, rock, or good old MySpace scene kid, this is a queer club night full of the music you'll love and drag you'll adore. It's all about creating a fantastic atmosphere with amazing music!
Early Bird tickets are £4 (online only), or £6 on the night. Just follow the link below to get them. Doors open at 10:30pm.
We can't wait to see you there!
Art House 005: No Pressure is the Product of Repeat Pleasures
For September's Art House we are proud to bring you work from our good friends Alex Luc and Charlie Soffe. These guys always deliver so expect a party this time around.
EXHIBITION: 15/09 to 22/09 September
OPENING PARTY: 15/09 - 19:00 'till late
Music on the night from:
Come down, you don't want to miss this one.
Follow us and the gang on Insta @ arthouse.bc
Help us celebrate 5 years of making it up as we go along, with a party, pop up shop and exhibition in Rope Press' new gallery space.
Opening Party with Futurepast Zine:
Friday 15 September, 6-10pm
Exhibition and pop up shop:
Saturday 16 September, 10am-5pm
Sunday 17 September, 11am-4pm
Current stock will be for sale alongside a handful of older items and some special 5th anniversary pieces too.
Cult Screens Birmingham (BOTANICAL GARDENS)
Full HD projection, booming audio, amazing films and one BIG screen - Welcome to Cult Screens.
14th September - Romeo + Juliet
15th September - Top Gun
16th September - La La Land
Ticket Prices: £9.50 / £13.95 / £20.00 / £22.50 / £43.20 / £45.00
Further information and tickets at http://cultscreens.co.uk/birmingham/