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Metro Consultation for Digbeth

Centro is planning an extension to the Metro network, to link the HS2 terminus at New Canal Street with a proposed new multi-storey car park at Adderley Street. It is expected that up to 12,000 people will arrive at the … Continue reading

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Plans for Digbeth

Birmingham City Council has made some important decisions regarding the future of Digbeth recently, with development plans for currently unused buildings being approved. Harrison Drape An application for the refurbishment, conversion and extension of the former Harrison Drape building on … Continue reading

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Digbeth Totems

A few weeks ago I wrote about the Interconnect Birmingham, and the plans to install way-finding totems all over the city. Well, very soon those plans will become a reality! Marketing Birmingham have very kindly been in touch and informed … Continue reading

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Suki10c in the frame

Digbeth is famed for its creativity, and is therefore no stranger to appearing in music videos. Earlier in the year, Brazilian hip hop artist Jota III filmed his video for Don’t Cut Off Your Dreadlocks right here. Now, Birmingham artist … Continue reading

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Save our Suki10c – Part 2

When: Friday 26 July 2013, 21:00 until 05:00 Where: Suki10c, Bordesley Street/Meriden Street, Digbeth Free entry Part two of Suki10c‘s fundraising challenge is a free entry drum n bass all-nighter: Remember this is a limited capacity venue. Once we’re full, … Continue reading

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Dead Pixels: Part II

When: Thursday 18th July 2013, 19:00 until 01:00 Where: Suki10c, Bordesley Street/Meriden Street, Digbeth, B5 5PJ Birmingham’s newest retro gaming night returns to Suki10c in July with the addition of live graffiti, beatboxing and DJs Twisty and Ozzy. Visit the … Continue reading

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Save our Suki10c – Part 1

When: Sunday 23rd June, midday to midnight Where: Suki10c, Bordesley Street/Meriden Street, Digbeth, B5 5PJ Entry: Free, but donations gratefully accepted! This Sunday, a multitude of fantastic artists will be painting inside and outside Suki10c, accompanied by delicious foodstuffs, drinks … Continue reading

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Save our Digbeth

Digbeth is a vibrant and diverse area, and as residents of this area, we want to work with the various venues in Digbeth to ensure this continues. Digbeth Residents Association has proven that through working in partnership with each other … Continue reading

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Good2Eat

Address Good2Eat, 99 Coventry Street, Digbeth, B5 5NY Opening times Monday-Friday 07:00-17:00, Saturday 10:00-17:00 Good2Eat is Digbeth’s newest café, situated on the corner of Coventry Street and Meriden Street. Owner Dave is inviting anyone who dares to try the Monster … Continue reading

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Dead Pixels

When: Wednesday 29th May, 18:00 until 00:00 Where: Suki10C, Bordesley Street/Meriden Street, Digbeth, B5 5PJ Birmingham’s “newest retro gaming night”, Dead Pixels, will be loaded at Suki10c later this month. Expect vintage video games and classic retro gaming, projected up … Continue reading

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