Category: tourism

Concert on the the 11 Bus

Don’t normally  churn PR quite as straight, but this is a good one: “Sunday 3rd October will see OxjamBrum and The Green Bus take over the 11 bus route for an afternoon of music with a difference, as part of…

Friday Photo by Karen Strunks

Love at the Frankfurt market….. If you are looking for love in Birmingham, there are many ways for you to meet that special someone in time for Christmas at the Frankfurt market! At the bandstand: Once the band is playing…

Friday Photo by Karen Strunks

The 4am Project would like to invite you to a very special 4am photography event in Birmingham. This event is going to be held at the Bodies Revealed Exhibition at the Custard Factory, and there are 100 FREE tickets for…

Friday Photo by Karen Strunks

This weekend Birmingham is going to be even more of a  hive of cultural activity. It’s the annual Arts Festival. Beginning this afternoon and running until Sunday night Birmingham is host to more events than you can shake a stick at;…

Friday Photo by Karen Strunks

   I’m taking you out of town with today’s photo. Don’t worry, we are not straying far from Birmingham, but we are venturing to the home of this old teddy bear.   I was kinda dragged along to the Black Country…

Friday Photo by Karen Strunks

  Eight photos for the price of one today! ;)   From top left: The Anchor Inn, Bradford Street. Big Bulls Head,Digbeth High Street. The Old Wharf, 21 Oxford Street (I *think* it may have closed down recently). The Eagle…

Friday Photo by Karen Strunks

Little Gem Train, Cannon Hill Park by Karen Strunks All aboard!! If you fancy a tour of Cannon Hill Park,  take a ride on the Little Gem Train! It’s around this time of year that the Little Gem fires up it’s…

Prints Charming

Flashswap at the Custard Factory on Saturday saw nearly one hundred local photographers exhibit their work — and go home with someone else’s — in aid of Birmingham Photospace. The huge success of the day is good evidence to support…