Author Archives: Pamela Pinski

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Digbeth and Proud

Birmingham Irish Heritage Group – July 2017

When: Wednesday 5 July, 19:15 Where: The Connaught Bar (upstairs), Irish Centre Birmingham, High Street, Digbeth, B12 0NL Tickets: £3.50 (non-members) This Wednesday, the Birmingham Irish Heritage Group invite you to a presentation from two of their members, Dr Kathleen … Continue reading

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Harry Potter Marathon

When: Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 August Where: Mockingbird Cinema and Kitchen, Custard Factory, Digbeth, B9 4AA Tickets: available online here Needing a Harry Potter fix? The Mockingbird are devoting a whole weekend to the lightning-scarred character in August, screening … Continue reading

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The Why? Festival

When: Saturday 8th July, 16:00-23:00 Where: The Crossing, Milk Street, Digbeth, B5 5SU Tickets: Adults from £10, children from £3 (available online here) The Why? Festival is a programme of performance and development opportunities aimed at discovering and working with … Continue reading

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Adult Youth Club

When: Friday 30 June and Saturday 1 July Where: The Old Crown, High Street Deritend, Digbeth, B12 0LD Tickets: from £20 per person (available online here) A pop-up Adult Youth Club is coming to Digbeth this summer offering crazy golf, … Continue reading

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The Saturday Social at Urban Village

When: Saturday 22nd July, 10:00-17:00 Where: 10 Minerva Works, 158 Fazeley Street, Digbeth, B5 5RT Urban Village is on the move again! Their shop in Bowyer Street closed last week, but the team are staying in Digbeth and moving to … Continue reading

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Pat Molloy Summer School 2017

When: Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 July 2017 Where: South & City College, Digbeth, B5 5SU Tickets: £15 (available online here The Pat Molloy Summer School returns to Digbeth on Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 July 2017. This weekend workshop … Continue reading

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The Dig Brew Co

Where: 43 River Street, Digbeth, B5 5SA The Dig Brew Co is expected to launch in August 2017, converting 43 River Street into a brewery/bar and indoor street food venue. The owners hope to brew lager and ale in the … Continue reading

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Live Music Round Up

See more live music at the Live Brum website. Click here for gig listings for the Irish Centre Birmingham Sunday 25th June Sunday Xpress at Centrala (4 Minerva Works, B5 5RT) 17:00 Free entry Revolution Revolution! Tuesday 27th June The … Continue reading

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Custard Factory: under new ownership

Lucan Gray has sold his share of the Custard Factory to Oval Real Estate, a privately owned investment and asset management company in London, in a deal including nearby Fazeley Studios and warehouses in Heath Mill Lane. Nick Prior, co-founder … Continue reading

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The Tony Iommi Scholarship at BIMM Birmingham

Tony Iommi is no stranger to Digbeth – his custom guitars are made right here by Jay Dee – but last month he made a very special visit to announce details of the BIMM Birmingham Scholarship which will bear his … Continue reading

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