Here’s our latest issue which we have produced with Birmingham Independent Food Fair. Get your bellies grumbling with our pick of great foodie places to eat…
The Bicycle Basket Bazaar project, run by Trevor Pitt of POD Projects, involves a unique array of retailers each presenting their art and wares into bike-baskets, panniers and around their cycles: kind of like an art fair meets car boot sale, but more compact and kinder to the environment. In essence, BBB is a celebration of the bicycles, creativity and good cheer. Continue reading
Created in Birmingham, Inkygoodness & Glug present Glug Birmingham: Midland Masters – a series of talks by designers, illustrators and studios celebrating the creative talent of the Midlands.
For the first edition of Glug Birmingham a series of engaging, energetic and inspiring evening events of talks, live drawing, stalls & more will take place at Fazeley Studios in Digbeth. Continue reading
A change has been happening in Birmingham of late. Punters in the city are becoming less thirsty for a pint of generic larger and are branching out to a different tipple to quench their appetite. The craft beer revolution was a long time coming for Birmingham, but following on from the openings of The Post Office Vaults, Brewdog, Cherry Reds and Pure Bar & Kitchen in the last few years/months, the city centre is now awash with a newfound love for delicious, beer boundary-pushing tipples. Continue reading
The Electric Cinema’s own film festival of all things creepy and nasty is back this July for a frightful season to give you the spooks with its horror and fantasy line-up. Continue reading