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Southcrest Manor Hotel is perfectly situated for you to use as a base while visiting local events and attractions, and there are plenty of things to do in Worcestershire and Birmingham this summer. Here are a selection of dates for your diary...
Featuring over twenty electrifying performances from eleven European countries, plus live music, exhibitions, workshops, discussions and delicious food, this vibrant festival puts Birmingham on the map as the theatre capital of Europe.
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Celebrating contemporary jazz, funk and soul music with an annual festival in the beautiful surroundings of Moseley Park, Birmingham.
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The first Battle Proms was at Battle Abbey, East Sussex in 1997, and from this it has grown into the UK’s premier picnic concert series, set at the UK’s finest stately homes.
Test Match cricket will return to Edgbaston on Thursday 17 - Monday 21 August when England take on the West Indies in the opening match of a three game Investec Test Series
Moseley Folk presents its own brand of Folk, Americana, World and Psychedelia. A true community event, where family and friends of all ages and backgrounds can get together
Seven months in the planning, the three-day line-up will run from Friday to Sunday, September 15 to 17 2017 and each day will have a capacity of 10,000. Local heroes Ocean Colour Scene and Editors are to headline Beyond The Tracks – Birmingham city centre’s first three-day rock festival
The award-winning Birmingham Weekender promises a packed weekend of free outdoor theatre, music, art installations and performance across the city-centre, from Broad Street to Digbeth, including the city’s retail heart. The festival will feature well-known local arts organisations and invited international artists, including a number of significant new commissions.