Project Birmingham presents Medicine, a cultural festival showcasing the city’s creative talent. The festival will be located in a stunning new gallery space and will reach out to all five senses with a blend of music, art and food. Medicine is a new style of artisan bakery, café and gallery that has recently opened its doors at an incredible venue on 69 New Street.
On Friday 2nd, Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th of March, Medicine will play host to a series of exhibitions and live performances, celebrating the best of Birmingham’s cultural scene.
The festival will be located in Medicine, the new bakery, cafe and gallery space. It will showcase emerging talent and uncover hidden gems, as well as share some of Project Birmingham’s favourite acts and artists from across the city and region. This space is a significant piece in the history of Birmingham’s relationship with art and is looking to become the centre of creative progression once again.
Each day will feature a blend of music, art and food. Expect live bands and DJs, photography and illustration, spoken word and performance, all tied together by Medicine’s incredible food and drink offering in its stunning new gallery venue.
Although each day will provide a curated blend of all three, Friday will be focused on music, Saturday on art and Sunday on food, with full lineups to be released over the coming weeks. Project Birmingham & Medicine’s collaboration comes from a desire to share the city’s talents with its people and tell stories about their collective relationship with the city.
Come and join them as they celebrate our cultural and creative heritage. Be proud to be in Birmingham. Friday night – tickets on Skiddle. Saturday & Sunday unticketed open access.
For more info, check out their Facebook page.