Tag Archives: BCU Parkside

Eastside Projects – March 2017 News and Events

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Eastside Projects – February 2017 News and Events

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Eastside Projects – January 2017 News

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Eastside Projects | Big Art Talk 5

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Eastside Projects | Big Art Talk 4

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Eastside Projects | Big Art Talk 3

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Flatpack Festival 2015

When: Thursday 19 – Sunday 29 March 2015 Where: various venues across Digbeth Prepare yourselves – Flatpack Film Festival, the “UK’s most creatively curated film festival”, returns to Digbeth this week. Flatpack includes genres such as animation, music, artists’ film, … Continue reading

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The Metabolic Landscape

When: until Saturday 8th November 2014 Where: Parkside Campus, Birmingham City University, Curzon Street, Digbeth, B4 7RD Humankind’s search for more powerful sources of energy to sustain an urbanising existence has created an energy transition that, while hugely beneficial to … Continue reading

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Coming soon: The Curzon Building

Birmingham City University have announced that their newest facility, neighbouring Eastside City Park and the Parkside campus, will be called The Curzon Building. The £63m Curzon Building is currently being constructed and is due to open in summer 2015. It … Continue reading

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Peaky Blinders

When: Thursday 12th September, 21:00 Where: BBC2 Peaky Blinders is a new gangland drama set in 1919 Digbeth and Birmingham. We here at Digbeth is Good have been waiting all year for it to start, but the wait is finally … Continue reading

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