There is plenty to keep everyone entertained in Digbeth this weekend.
We’ve already informed our readers of lots of these goings-on, but here are some more to prove that there’s something for everyone happening in Digbeth!
Friday 28th September
It’s been roughly a month since the launch of Digbeth Dining Club, and from tomorrow, Friday night street food becomes a weekly extravaganza! Get down to Upper Trinity Street from 5pm tomorrow for street food from…
- The Hungry Toad – Serving Wraps, Burritos and more
- The Original Patty Men – Burger specialists
- Las Paelleras – Spanish Tapas
…and beats from the Jukes of Hazard, supplying a mixture of funk, soul and disco. Food stops at 10pm (unless it runs out first!), when the music is handed over to Grey Area, taking you into the small hours with a selection of fantastic DJs. Click here for more information on Facebook.
Saturday 29th September
Msfac Radical Arts invites you to the closing event of their residency/open space at Edible Eastside from 19:00 on Saturday. Join in to see the culmination of a month of site specific interventions, but also for scrumped cider, and dialogue and music from…
- Birmingham International Transient Camp
- Rich McMahon
…more information on the Facebook event page.
Sunday 30th September
Head down to the Adam & Eve from 16:00 on Sunday for the latest installment of the Sunday Xpress Open Mic afternoon.
With a mix of spoken word (poets, storytellers, fiction and non-fiction writers are welcomed), drama, one-person-shows, stand up comedy, even people talking about their artwork and on some occasions – interpretive dance, you’re likely to be surpised and entertained in equal measure.