Highlights

  • Pirate Treasure Hunts

    Get your sea legs on and head over to Birmingham’s Brindleyplace for some swashbuckling fun with two brand-new pirate-inspired events for summer.  At the National SEA LIFE Centre, Captain Careless ha...

  • Moseley Folk Festival

    Tucked away behind Birmingham’s busy streets, the beautiful Moseley Park is one of the city's hidden gems, transformed each year into an enchanting escape by one of the Midlands' best-loved music fest...

  • Beautiful - The Carole King Musical

    A brand new production of the award-winning show.

  • Les Miserables

    Cameron Mackintosh’s acclaimed production of Boublil and Schönberg’s musical.

  • Zog And The Flying Doctors

    With previous shows including Tiddler And Other Terrific Tales, Tabby McTat and the first Zog story, it’s fair to say that Freckle Productions know a thing or two about presenting stage adaptations of...

  • Taking Root - The Sustaining Life Of Trees

    Presenting artworks from the Barber’s own collection, Taking Root considers the ways in which artists across the centuries have engaged with trees - studying them to develop their powers of observatio...

  • We Are Birmingham

    Opened back in April alongside the relaunch of BMAG’s iconic Round Room, We Are Birmingham not only reflects and celebrates the city as it is today but also investigates its aspirations for the future...

  • In The Que - Celebrating The Que Club

    Birmingham Music Archive has developed and curated this fascinating exhibition, a sensory homage to a legendary venue which was located in one of the city’s most beautiful buildings - the Grade II lis...

  • The Festival of Quilts

    The biggest quilting show in Europe is back in Birmingham.  The hugely popular event features gallery exhibitions from international artists and groups, 800-plus entries for this year’s quilt competi...

  • Awful Auntie

    Fights, frights and friendships are the order of the day in David Walliams’ much-loved Awful Auntie.  At the centre of the terrific tale is a young girl named Stella. The sole heir to Saxby Hall, she...

  • Counting and Cracking

    Counting And Cracking stops off in Birmingham with multiple glittering gongs to its name. Following the journey of one Sri Lankan Australian family across four generations and nearly 50 years, the pla...

  • Found Cities, Lost Objects - Women In The City

    “Found Cities, Lost Objects challenges the status quo by encouraging viewers to discover the city through the eyes of female artists,” explains cultural activist and Turner Prize winner Lubaina Himid...

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