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50% off Treasure Island @ The Old Rep

Have you ever spent a minute daydreaming of sailing the ocean blue and searching for buried treasure? If so, ‘Treasure Island’ is the show for you! Set in the days of sailing ships and pirates, let the Old Rep take you on a swashbuckling magical adventure,... read more

Southside secures Yes vote for BID 2

Southside Business Improvement District has secured a mandate for a second term from April 2016 following a resounding Yes vote from businesses within Birmingham’s most diverse district. To secure a yes, voters needed to make up the majority of the ballot turnout by... read more

Nomad finds a home at BOM

We’re delighted to announce that Nomad will be partnering up with BOM (Birmingham Open Media) to open its first restaurant on Friday 13th November. This news comes as BOM has secured further investment from Arts Council England towards its future STEAMLab programme.... read more

The Big Hoot – Farewell Weekend

Say goodbye to the owls Organisers of The Big Hoot have announced that the giant owls will come together one last time at a special Farewell Weekend on Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 October. A final chance to wave goodbye, the stunning sculptures will nest for one last... read more

Chinese Mid Autumn Festival

Celebrations for the city’s second largest Chinese festival return to The Arcadian on Friday 25th September, as Southside bursts with life and colour for the Mid-Autumn Festival. This year’s festival features traditional Chinese entertainment including lion dancers... read more

Heritage Open Day

Venues across the country will be opening their doors for a series of Heritage Open Days on 10th – 13th September. Southside will have not one but two venues participating as Birmingham Hippodrome and Birmingham Back to Backs host their own events.   Birmingham... read more

Road works around Grand Central

As part of the final stages of the project to transform Birmingham New Street Station, Network Rail are working with Amey and Birmingham City Council to allow carriageway resurfacing works to be completed on Hill Street, Station Street and Hinckley Street. There will... read more