About #BrumHour and this website

By Dave Massey twitter.com/BrumHour

Hello! Welcome to the BrumHour website.

Since its inception in December 2013, throughout the pandemic and beyond, the BrumHour X/Twitter account has built over thirty thousand followers, from small businesses, freelancers and venues both visiting and networking with Birmingham.

The #BrumHour hashtag regularly trends on X/Twitter in Birmingham on a Sunday night sometimes even trending nationally across the UK.

We invite you to join in and post/tweet about your business, freelancing, charity work, venue or good cause during #BrumHour. Organic posts/tweets from the BrumHour account are seen over SIX MILLION times per year. (This does not include reposts of other accounts.)

Below is an example of a post/tweet by those taking part in #BrumHour:

So what are you waiting for? Create an X/Twitter account follow twitter.com/BrumHour and get networking your work with Birmingham every Sunday at 8pm. on X/Twitter.


About this website

This website was created to support and demonstrate events, businesses plus charity and volunteer work that is happening in and around Birmingham, at the heart of England.

The posts regularly feature reviews from both homegrown and touring productions from theatres including Birmingham Hippodrome, Birmingham Rep, The Alexandra plus The Old Joint Stock, The Old Rep, Wolverhampton Grand and The Royal Shakespeare Company (The RSC) in Stratford-Upon-Avon.

From Birmingham Royal Ballet to B:Music (Symphony Hall and Birmingham Town Hall) and Edgbaston (home of Warwickshire Cricket Club), this website aims to demonstrate how vibrant the City of Birmingham can be.