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Areas of Birmingham

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  1. Digbeth
    The artistic hub of the city, Digbeth is creative and cool.
  2. City Centre
    Take a stroll through Birmingham’s city centre squares and streets to find fabulous shops and restaurants, fantastic street entertainment and stunning architecture.
  3. The Mailbox
    A feeling of luxury at the heart of the city.
  4. Balti Triangle
    Famous wordwide as a home to spectacular Asian fashion and mouth-watering curries.
  5. The Jewellery Quarter
    Vibrant - full of great restaurants and bars, and historic - where over 40% of British jewellery is created.
  6. Brindleyplace
    Tree-lined squares packed with glamorous restaurants and bars alongside the canal.
  7. Southside
    Birmingham's most vibrant and diverse scene: embracing Chinatown, Theatreland and The Gay Village.
  8. Gay Village
    A vibrant location overflowing with fabulous bars, clubs and restaurants.
  9. Chinatown
    A wealth of great places to eat and vibrant clubbing scene.
  10. Edgbaston Village
    Attractions across the estate are varied, stretching from internationally recognised sporting venues to award winning arts, cultural and leisure attractions.
  11. Colmore Business District
    The economic heartland of Birmingham and home to fabulous restaurants and bars.
  12. Eastside
    You'll find great green space and Millennium Point, home to the Thinktank Science Museum.

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  1. Add Birmingham Repertory Theatre to your Itinerary

    Address

    Centenary Square, BIRMINGHAM, West Midlands, B1 2EP

    Telephone

    0121 236 4455

    BIRMINGHAM

    Located in Birmingham city centre, the REP is a friendly and accessible theatre, presenting the very best in classic and contemporary theatre, new work and children's theatre.

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  2. Add Millennium Point to your Itinerary

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    Millennium Point, Curzon Street, Birmingham, B4 7XG

    Telephone

    0121 202 2200

    Birmingham,

    Located in the city centre, just a short walk from Moor Street and New Street train stations - Millennium Point is an iconic venue where vibrant events, science, technology and education come to life.

  3. Add Back to Backs to your Itinerary

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    Hurst Street, BIRMINGHAM, West Midlands, B5 4TE

    Telephone

    0121 666 7671

    BIRMINGHAM

    As you pass down the entry and step into the courtyard, you enter what was formerly one of over 10,000 similar courts across the city. The Back to Backs is the last remnant of a huge part of the city’s history. With nearly half the population of…

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