This is what you should be doing in Birmingham this weekend

Whether you’re in need of some style inspiration, a chilled day out at the galleries or a spooktacular evening, we have you covered.

Within and Without: Body Image and the Self

Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery –  22nd July – 1st February 2019

Within and Without: Body Image and the Self. Image by Ruth Millington

This revealing exhibition explores the idea of body image and exposes the issues surrounding the subject. Within and Without: Body Image and the Self is a free exhibition at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery that you can browse at your own leisure until February – an insightful Sunday activity if you’re strolling around the city centre.

For more information click here.

Garden of Ghouls

Birmingham Botanical Gardens –  Friday 26th October – Sunday 4th November

Think you’ve got what it takes? This Halloween, Birmingham Botanical Gardens will be completely transformed into Dr Nerium’s Garden of Ghouls, a thrilling live action trail that is sure to leave the whole family spooked. If you’re looking for something even scarier, book after 7pm to find out what happens in the gardens when the sun goes down…

To find out more, click here.

Motown The Musical

The New Alexandra Theatre – 11th October – 3rd November 2018

Telling the story of Berry Gordy and the founding of his musical empire Motown Records that shaped a generation, this inspiring musical has landed at the New Alexandra Theatre, and you won’t want to miss it!

Click here to book your tickets.

Halloween in the Park

Kings Heath Park – Saturday 27th October 2018

Face your fears at The Friends of Kings Heath Park, which will bring your nightmares to life in a walk full of spooky surprises around every corner. You can also explore your creative side through painting rocks and drawing, but remember to bring a torch with you as you may be wanting to see the light at the end of the tunnel once you’re in the dark. The event is also free to attend!

For more information click here.

Moseley Farmers’ Market

Moseley Village – Saturday 27th October 2018

Moseley Farmers Market

With all produce being locally sourced, Moseley Farmers’ Market is a great way to support independent businesses by ditching the supermarket and trying something new, from fresh juices to pulled pork lunches.

For more information click here.

Black Steam 2018

Thinktank Birmingham Science Museum  – Sunday 28th October 2018

Black Steam 2018, Image by Eventbrite

If you want a chilled afternoon listening to some amazing stories of discovery, perseverance and success then this is the event for you. Celebrate black excellence through inspirational talks and performances as you join the speakers on their journeys whilst they talk you through their highs and lows.

To book your free tickets click here.

Style Seeker Live

Bullring – Sunday 28th October 2018

Style Seeker Live at the Bullring

Do you feel like your style game isn’t quite up to scratch or that you simply don’t know what’s trending this season? Style Seeker Live will keep you up to date with all of this season’s best trends. Stylists will be on-hand throughout the day to give you advice and guidance on how to dress for your shape and style.

Click here to find out more. 

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