What’s on in Birmingham this weekend!

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If you’re not quite ready to say goodbye to summer, here are a few of the best ways to spend your weekend!

Gin Festival Birmingham
Custard Factory, 1-3 September

Showcasing a variety of the finest tipples, the UK’s biggest gin festival is back in the Midlands for a weekend of masterclasses, live music, food and, of course, gin. Whether you’re a gin-lover or just willing to try something new, get your hands on the final remaining tickets for the Sunday afternoon session before they sell out!

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Moseley Folk Festival
Moseley Park, 1-3 September

Just two miles out of the city centre, the 11-acre grounds of Moseley Park will come alive with the return of Moseley Folk Festival, a huge weekend in Birmingham’s summer calendar. The line-up includes the likes of Laura Marling, Jose Gonzalez and The Magic Numbers; promising to be a great occasion for all the family.

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Dunkirk £4 Screenings
Mockingbird Cinema, Custard Factory, 1-7 September

Starring Tom Hardy, Cillian Murphy and Harry Styles, this hard-hitting war thriller is being shown at Mockingbird Cinema for one week only at a special price of £4. The independent cinema, situated in Digbeth’s creative hub, also serves food and a has an on-site bar, allowing you to really make a day of it.

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Thrive – Urban Wellbeing Festival
The Bond Company, 3 September

Expect an indoor wellness market, an outdoor street food market, guest speakers and workshops to inspire a healthier lifestyle from the outside in. Thrive – Urban Wellbeing Festival is all about food, fitness and wellness. From smoothie bowls to yoga, you’re sure to leave feeling positively rejuvenated.

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Longbridge Dining Club
Longbridge, 2 September

It’s the Brummie craze that’s gradually been taking over the whole city; this weekend Digbeth Dining Club is branching out to Longbridge with a string of delicious street food vendors including Kebabylon, Cornography and Street Kitchen Brothers.

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