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Monthly Street Food Markets brings culinary delights to Kings Heath

November 12, 2016

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Every second Saturday of the month, Kings Heath’s Village Square is turned into a street food market. With plenty of street food on offer, I made the trip up to Kings Heath to see what it was all about. Originally organised by Brum Yum Yum, the Kings Heath BID now organises the market. The market […]

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TeamJTH GREAT BIRMINGHAM RUN

October 16, 2016

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Pull on those trainers and join #teamJTH in the city’s biggest run. Thousands of people take part in the 13.1 mile half Marathon which passes some of Birmingham’s best-loved landmarks – and you can be one of them. In 2015 more than 80 people ran for John Taylor Hospice and raised thousands of pounds to […]

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Northfield – Moseley Bog bike ride, various pick-up points

July 26, 2016

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  A group bike ride from Northfield to Moseley Bog and back, with various pick-up points. There will be Forest Schools activities organised at Moseley Bog.  All ages are welcome.  Participants can choose their pick-up point according to their ability. The road is mostly off-road.  There is a short section of road towards the end […]

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Make Britain Magic Again

July 24, 2016

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Come, mortals, and witness the devilish and original legerdemain that Damon Conlan expertly effuses. There will be humour* to delight those faced with the harsh realities of a Donald Trump presidential race, miracles of a scientific nature, and chocolate; lots of chocolate. *Subject to change.

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GMA Rock Fest

July 23, 2016

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Join us for an afternoon and evening of rock music in the beer garden! We’re happy to say we will have Harlequin’s Kiss as the headline act. More details coming soon

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JQ Festival 2016

July 22, 2016

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Following the storming success of its first year, Birmingham’s JQ Festival is back and better than ever! Running from Friday 22 July to Sunday 24 July, visitors to the quarter will be able to explore and enjoy a vast array of events and entertainment, taking place in both the Golden Square and St Paul’s Square. […]

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Birmingham Fest 2016

July 14, 2016

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A highlight of the year, Birmingham Fest takes place from 15-31st July. The theatre festial organised by the energetic Darren Haywood promotes new plays, dance, music, comedy, magic amongst it’s performances all with low-price tickets. I headed to the preview and have highlighted a few must-sees [FAVE] Honey [FAVE] Alice in the Wilderness Winners Sentimental […]

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Historical Talk Series. David & Pam Humphries – A Virtual Tour of the Outer Circle

July 13, 2016

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“A Virtual Tour of the Outer Circle” Every Brummie worth his (or her) salt knows the Outer Circle bus route and many of a certain age may have been round the entire route. However could anyone know just how much history there is in that 150 minute bus journey? Pam & David Humphries’ talk will […]

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Knife & Fork: St Paul’s House

July 7, 2016

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I thought that since the new Saint Pauls House boutique hotel, restaurant and bar had opened recently and was promoting itself as the new “happening place” to eat and drink in the Jewellery Quarter, I would book a table for two and try it out. On entering, it is apparent that little expense has been […]

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Make Britain Magic Again

July 5, 2016

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Come, mortals, and witness the devilish and original legerdemain that Damon Conlan expertly effuses. There will be humour* to delight those faced with the harsh realities of a Donald Trump presidential race, miracles of a scientific nature, and chocolate; lots of chocolate. *Subject to change.

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