4 Squares Weekender
PAST EVENT - Friday 6 - Sunday 8 September 2013
Marking the opening of the new Library of Birmingham, Birmingham’s arts and cultural organisations are joining forces to create a free celebration weekend of outdoor arts featuring stunning artists from across the UK and beyond, with plenty of opportunities to join in for the whole family.
Events will take place across Victoria, Centenary, Chamberlain and Oozells Squares and surrounding buildings, each day culminating in the large scale, spectacular show As the World Tipped by Wired Aerial Theatre in Victoria Square.
4 Squares Weekender will include pop-up performances by the CBSO, aerial and acrobatics by NoFit State Circus, appearances by Birmingham Royal Ballet, plus street theatre, dance, live music, exhibitions and numerous chances to join in.
Look out for performances and events from:
- Birmingham Hippodrome
- Birmingham Contemporary Music Group
- Birmingham Museums Trust
- Birmingham Opera Company
- Birmingham REP
- Birmingham Royal Ballet
- City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
- The Drum
- Ex Cathedra
- mac birmingham
- Town Hall & Symphony Hall
For enquiries, email 4SqrsWeekender@birminghamhippodrome.com
4 Squares Weekender is produced by Birmingham Hippodrome on behalf of Birmingham Arts Partnership, the consortium of leading arts companies and venues in the city.
4 Squares Weekender is supported by Arts Council England, Birmingham City Council and the European Regional Development Fund.
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