Get the insider guide on Arts & Culture and Food & Drink in the West Midlands in the latest edition of Area Guide.
The current issue features:
Once Upon a Time in Birmingham
The Pound Project
The Anomie Review of Contemporary British Painting
Brum Beer Babs
Birmingham Cocktail Guide
Gift Guides and more…
The annual CBD Food Festival is proving to be a very popular hit with culinary crowds and it is no wonder given Colmore Business District has some of the best eateries in the city on its doorstep. To show them off once more the Festival is back in July to showcase the superb food and drink offering in Birmingham’s business quarter. Continue reading →
Here’s our latest special edition guide produced on behalf of Colmore BID – go and take a look at the great businesses and venues they have around the district. There are also some great events coming up including the annual CBD Food Festival, Jazz Festival, Moseley Arts Market and ‘Crossing the Bridge’ Sculpture Trail.
You can read it online here or pick up your copy around the District now.
Fans of Birmingham’s creative bohemian quarter are in for a treat tomorrow (Saturday December 14th) with the Custard Factory’s DIGMAS event which is teaming up with the famous Digbeth Dining Club to bring the ultimate independent Christmas Fair to Birmingham! Continue reading →
If you are a new student, existing student or not even a student at all but would like to / want to know more about what is going on in Birmingham then you need to check out our latest special edition of Area. PACKED with info on where you should be going, what you should be seeing, clothes shopping, eating and loads more we’ve compiled, with our ace team of contributors, the best little pocket-sized friend you will need this year (and probably next). If you can’t find your printed copy (they go VERY fast) then you can read it online here.
The South Birmingham suburb of Stirchley has been quietly undergoing something of a cultural revolution over the past few years, thanks to a group of creative and proactive residents with a passion for presenting films in locations like pubs and Balti restaurants, a successful healthy living social enterprise offering courses and produce, a monthly food and craft market as well as live performances and community workshops in and around the locale. Continue reading →