The best ways to spend Easter weekend in Birmingham!

It’s the bank holiday and whether you’re looking for immersive theatre or street food, there’s plenty to do in Birmingham this weekend for the whole family.

Pentabus: Here I Belong

29 March


Performed by rural theatre company Pentabus, this immersive theatre experience invites you to celebrate Elsie’s birthday. With a tour that travels across the UK’s village halls, Here I Belong lands at Mac Birmingham for one night only and you won’t want to miss it. Click here to find out more.


Chamber Music Saturdays

31 March

You may not already be aware, but Royal Birmingham’s Conservatoire’s Chamber Music department perform a weekly sharing, completely free of charge. If you’re looking for something cultural, inspiring and a little bit different, this is perfect for the whole family! Get your tickets here.


Digbeth Dining Club & MOHO Presents: This is Street

1 April

Good food, good music, some amazing art and a streetwear sale – this exciting one-day festival is landing at Spotlight in Digbeth to take over the versatile space from 12 pm – 11 pm. Expect a whole day of the very best in street culture across the city, with music from Moschino Hoe, Versace Hottie and the resident DDC DJ’s. Click here to find out more.

Hawker Yard Goes Vegan

1 April

Birmingham’s (only) weekly vegan street food festival opens its doors this week to an array of the best food vendors. Don’t be fooled into thinking this is just for vegans; whether you’re vegetarian, pescatarian or a meat-eater, there’ll be a delicious vegan dish to suit every taste. Click here to find out more.


Easter Egg Extravaganza at Selfridges Birmingham

30 – 31 March

Need to entertain the kids over the Easter weekend? Look no further than Selfridges’ Easter Egg Extravaganza! After a fun-filled egg hunt in the store, children can tuck into a themed breakfast, complete with a gift and (of course) an Easter egg to take away. Click here to find out more. 


Deeper in the Pyramid – Grand Union

2 February – 21 April

Featuring  ‘an expansive new body of work comprising of animation, sculpture, a filmed performance and a publication in a graphic novel format’, this intriguing exhibition by Melanie Jackson is being shown at Grand Union until 21 April. The gallery prides itself on strengthening the artistic community, which is even more reason to head down and support an upcoming artist! Click here to find out more.



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