Rainy Days

As we're all aware, British weather isn't the most trustworthy. For those rainy days where the heavens have opened and you're in need of some indoor activities before you resemble a rat of the drowned kind, check out our recommendations to keep you having all the fun whilst skipping the soggy shoes.

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Birmingham Blogs - For Families

3 Things to do in Birmingham and the West Midlands from 15-21 July

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Next week, Birmingham and the West Midlands are jam-packed with a range of exciting events! From exhilarating family-friendly music festivals to vibrant cultural gatherings, make sure you’re there to experience the summer fun. Here are some of our top picks! Jewellery Quarter Festival - Jewellery…

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Wolverhampton Weekender: A Two-Day Guide to Exploring the City

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Got a free weekend and no idea what to do? Look no further than Wolverhampton! This hidden gem in the West Midlands is bursting with rich history, world-class art, exhilarating sport, delicious food, and so much more. Founded in 985 AD by Lady Wulfrun, after whom the city is named, Wolverhampton…

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100 Days of Creativity: City Curator Highlights, Week 8

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By Alex Nicholson-Evans, City Curator This Sunday marks the half way point for 100 Days of Creativity and what a 50 days it’s been! We’ve had incredible festivals like Birmingham Design Festival, BSIDE and Flatpack. We’ve been treated to a whole host of fantastic exhibitions at galleries across the…

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100 Days of Creativity: City Curator Highlights, Week 7

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By Alex Nicholson-Evans, Birmingham City Curator Wow, week 7! It’s another packed week ahead with plenty to choose from whether you’re in the mood for music, cinema, theatre, art or even VR. Choosing these four highlights is never easy but it’s a real pleasure to be able to draw out some of the…

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What’s on this July in Birmingham and the West Midlands?

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Birmingham and the West Midlands is buzzing with a huge variety of events this July, from unique festivals and world-class performances to incredible independent markets. Here’s a guide to what’s happening and where you need to be! Birmingham Indian Film Festival Date: June 27 - July 7, 2024…

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100 Days of Creativity: 7 Unmissable Events in July

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By Alex Nicholson-Evans, City Curator We are currently in the middle of Birmingham’s 100 Days of Creativity. An extensive programme of artistic events and activities taking place across the city from 19 May - 26 August. The programme is pretty extraordinary, there is something to do or experience…

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