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Birmingham Heritage Week/Heritage Open Days

These have begun and you can find more information here and here.
Remember that if you are staying elsewhere in England until 20 September you can use this website to find what might be open where you are.

Please be aware that because of the rapidly developing situation in Birmingham, some ‘in-person’ events may be cancelled at short notice, so please check the websites before setting off.

But you will also find many online events that you can enjoy without leaving home.

 

Highbury Gardens open on 13.09.20

Highbury Gardens will be open on Sunday 13 September 2-4pm.  For more information see here.

“We are hosting a small scale, open air exhibition and launch of the Highbury’s Garden project. Please stay at home if you are unwell. Please bring masks and be prepared to stay in groups of less than 6 as you move around the exhibits and information desks.”

Paperback Theatre – Little but LIVE! in Moseley Park from 18.09.20 – 20.09.20

Paperback Theatre are delighted to present Little but LIVE! in Moseley Park from September 18th – 20th. Little but LIVE! is a new socially distanced performing arts festival with something for all the family. From Live Music to Open Air Shakespeare to Stand Up Comedy, Paperback Theatre are presenting an affordable, covid-secure chance for you to see some live Performing Arts before the weather sends us back indoors. ​

Each event will last no more than an hour and tickets for each performance are capped at £5 with kids going free for the morning shows. ​​

In order to help Paperback Theatre keep the event in line with the health and safety guidelines, tickets must be booked in advance. This will help the team manage their Track and Trace duties and also plan the seating layout for each event. ​

All events now on sale! Click on this link to book your tickets!

Moseley in Bloom Newsletter – 10.09.20

The Moseley in Bloom News no. 22 can be read here, with advice on growing vegetables and news of plants and more available for Birmingham City Council nurseries.
Please send any horticultural or environmental stories or news to add to future newsletters, to Carol Miller doctorcarolmiller@gmail.com

 

Moseley Misfits launch new guitar group

“We are launching a new guitar group for adults that are near the beginning of their playing/performing journey.”

For more details see here.