Birmingham’s renowned psychedelic club Sensateria returns this month, after an eighteen year hiatus. The sixties themed club night began in 1984 and ran for ten years, moving to and from venues such as The Fantasy Club, The Powerhouse [now the closed Oceana], The Hummingbird [now Birmingham Ballroom], Digbeth Civic Hall Institute [now HMV Institute] and Snobs. Continue reading
‘Blues Paintings & Beyond’ is the first ever exhibition by 2 Tone icon Horace Panter. His love of Chicago Blues and his fascination for traditional iconography provide the underlying theme for this unique ensemble of portraits and prints from his Chicago Blues & Other Paintings collection. Continue reading
International Dance Festival Birmingham is a major biennial festival produced by DanceXchange and Birmingham Hippodrome. Hosting an array of dance styles from ballet to breaks this year you can also catch dance-inspired films and even a Drum ’n’ Bass star taking centre stage. Wolverhampton’s very own Goldie will star in this outdoor adaptation of Wim Wenders’ cult 1987 Bafta-nominated film Wings of Desire. Continue reading
Tom Dale beings I Infinite to mac – an immersive dance experience set in a white, digitally animated environment in which the audience is free to roam. The captivating imagery and refined movement draw you within centimetres of the performer who moves between robotic isolation and liquid fluidity. Existing somewhere between the digital and organic worlds the character embarks on a captivating journey to the infinite.
Tom Dale: I Infinite
mac, Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham, B12 9QH
Tickets £10 (£7)
13 – 23 June