First look at HS2’s Washwood Heath depot site

The demolition of a former railway works in Birmingham is well underway as the site is prepared for the construction of HS2’s Washwood Heath depot site. The demolition covers a site larger than 110,000 square metres and is being carried out by HS2 alongside their early works contractor, Birmingham-based LM JV. 412,464 tonnes of demolition material, the equivalent weight of 68 Birmingham BT...

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Standing the test of time: A look at The Old Rep’s past, present and future

When considering the wealth of iconic institutions situated here in Birmingham, one instantly pictures the gloriously, traditional Old Rep theatre. Since 1913, the theatre has been a champion of the...

Unbelievable Jeff! Chris Kamara to appear in Digbeth for live Q&A and pub quiz

The Old Crown and The Mockingbird Cinema & Kitchen have secured the booking of the century for this one! On 12 March, from 6pm, the hilarious and loveable legend Chris...

All the February Half Term fun at Birmingham Museums

Looking for fun ways to fill the February half term holiday? Birmingham Museums can help! Whether your little ones want to solve a mystery at the grand Birmingham mansion,...

Grab tickets for an evening of club classics, re-imagined by a 25-piece orchestra at The Cube

Make the most of your Bank Holiday Sunday on 26th May and enjoy a mind-blowing combination of fine dining and entertainment. All taking place on the 25th floor of...

Settle in for an evening of Netflix and Quiz at the ultra-cosy Hotel du Vin

Drag yourself off the sofa and put your extensive knowledge of Netflix to the test at Pub du Vin on Tuesday 19th February. Yes, those misspent weekends are finally...

Let your quest for flavoursome foods take you to the north of the city

In a city that’s centre boasts a wealth of celebrated restaurants, it can be easy to overlook what is going on across Birmingham’s suburbs. However, thanks to our rich...

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Funding up for grabs to celebrate community spirit in the West Midlands

Following the huge success of the first Mayor’s Community Weekend last year, communities across the West Midlands are being given double the cash to host celebrations this summer. Grants of up to £500 will be on offer to groups across the region including Birmingham, Coventry, Dudley, Herefordshire, Sandwell, Shropshire, Solihull,...

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