Digbeth resident walking 100 miles for NHS charities.
670 Grams will offer an “unpretentious and accessible” menu.
More reasons than ever to visit Birmingham’s Creative Quarter.
Expansion and diversion for Birmingham craft brewery.
First participants confirmed through the Birmingham Weekender in Digbeth Open Call.
Get ready for a weekend of free performances in Digbeth.
Digbeth’s font will be available to anyone who lives and works in Digbeth.
Stephen Pennell looks over a photographic record of the coolest neighbourhood in Britain.
Upwards of 90,000 people expected to attend Digbeth festivities.
Photography exhibition launches at the Custard Factory.
Final call for Digbeth Business Forum event attendees.
Promoters back way forward to help Birmingham nightlife.
Stephen Pennell goes on a musical mission in Digbeth.
Stephen Pennell witnesses another step towards global stardom for one of Birmingham’s finest.
Report praises area as ideal for young creatives.
Police in Birmingham are wishing the region’s Irish community a happy St Patrick’s Day and encouraging those who join the city’s celebrations to have a safe and enjoyable weekend.
Come along and see part of the city’s heritage.
Exhibition exploring the lives of people from inner city Birmingham extended by popular demand.
Sell-out for TV series spin-off.
Witnesses sought to incident near Coventry Road.
The lives of people from Digbeth and Highgate in Birmingham celebrated in a new interactive exhibition by Friction Arts.
Investigations still ongoing.
Birmingham artists are celebrating the award of new funding
Artists and filmmakers from around the world will transform the main gallery at Eastside Projects in Digbeth into a stage for live performances and moving image works.
Fazeley Studios was chosen by Clarins, the luxury cosmetics company, to host a three day training seminar earlier this year.
Mike Nelson’s ‘M6’: Eastside Projects, a contemporary art gallery in Digbeth, will play host to his first major solo exhibition in his home region
Islamic Relief volunteers and the Muslim community in the West Midlands have teamed up to organise a fundraising dinner in Birmingham this Sunday
‘Make Do and Mend’ is an exhibition by award winning photojournalist Alison Baskerville. The exhibits will be on show at The Lake Side gallery, The Custard Factory, Digbeth, over Remembrance weekend.
Midland rock musicians and the photographers who snap them are launching a unique exhibition celebrating the best of live music photography.
Ambitious Birmingham arts festival celebrates 10th year