Flatpack Day 2 (22 March)
Through the cold, wet and windy weather we had a fantastic turn out for Safety Last! last night at the Great Western Arcade.
Wrapped up warm and with a fresh spring in our step we are ready for day two of the festival...
One slight change to the advertised programme - Sol Cinema, the marvelous solar powered cinema will now be located on the High Street from 12-4pm.
Over the course of three weeks Birmingham Opera Company are presenting a series of pop-up performances around the city, taking Mussorgsky’s song cycle to all kinds of unexpected places. 12:00-16:00, Great Western Arcade, FREE
Grey Gardens- Chosen for Flatpack, and introduced by Alice Lowe, writer and star of Sightseers. Grey Gardens is the infamous story of 'Big Edie' and 'Little Edie' Bouvier Beale. 18:00- 20:30, The Electric, £7/£5
Good Vibrations- 70s fashion, oodles of charm and a brilliant soundtrack. 21:00-23:00, The Electric, £7/£5
Unfortunately, after overwhelming demand, our Subterraneans tour has sold out. We are looking into the possibility of organising a sequel later in the year. (Our other walking tours Invisible Architecture and Gangs of Digbeth have been similarly popular and have sold out too). However, there will be an Invisible Architecture walk taking place on 20 April as part of Metropolis: Reflections on the Modern City at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery