This summer, Ikon is calling for people called Navin to join Navinland, a global community of people sharing the same name.
Top names from across Birmingham’s business community are set to fight it out at the Brindleyplace Dragonboat Festival this Saturday, 22 June.
People from across Birmingham are being asked to vote for their favourite films to be shown during the second annual Brindleyplace Outdoor Film Festival.
A couple from the Midlands are launching a unique venture on Warwickshire’s waterways, called Float by Boat
Brindleyplace has announced that HelpHarryHelpOthers is the chosen charity for this year’s Dragonboat Festival;
A mini-forest made of real trees and soil planted onto a converted canal hopper is due to travel the canals of Birmingham and the Black Country.
This July, Ikon’s floating exhibition space Slow Boat makes its longest journey to date, travelling from Birmingham to London’s Chisenhale Gallery along the Grand Union Canal.
“Why go to Venice…when you can go to Birmingham?” wins VisitEngland’s Travel Article of the Year
Plans have been submitted for one of the country’s first Nature Improvement Areas for Birmingham and the Black Country.
The Government has replied to a petition which gained over 22,00 signatures…..
Winter comes but once a year, yet here in Britain its arrival always seems to surprise us.