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Compiled by Dave Massey twitter.com/BrumHour
Seven (Socially Distanced) things to do in Birmingham in September 2020
Get into your social bubble with another household and head to this mixture of FREE and ticketed events:
Watch Party with Symphony Hall (Fridays until 23rd October)
Recorded with full social distancing measures in place. THSH Birmingham present weekly performances from the stage of Symphony Hall, one of the most acoustically accurate venues in the world.
Look out for Kyan (4th September), Virtual Brass Gala (11th September), violinist Braimah Kanneh-Mason (18th September) and Nashville in the Round (25th September).
More details here: thsh.co.uk/whats-on/season/watch-party
The Vivienne Live (5th September)
The Mill, 29 Lower Trinity Street, Birmingham B9 4AG
Join Drag Race UK season 1 winner The Vivienne for a socially distanced RuPaul’s Drag Race Live Quiz.
The Social Cheese Fest (5th and 6th September)
The Bond Company,180-182 Fazeley Street, Birmingham, B5 5SE
If you like cheese then this event is for you, book a table and then get anything from cheeseburgers to cheesecake with Seasonal Markets socially distanced event.
Book a table here: designmynight.com/the-bond/the-social-cheese-fest
Birmingham Heritage Week (10th to 20th September)
Online and around Birmingham
If you didn’t already know that a weekend in Birmingham lasts for three days (four for a Bank Holiday, let me also tell you that a cultural week in Birmingham lasts for ten days and in the case of Birmingham Heritage Week, eleven days!
From socially distanced events to online exploring, Birmingham Heritage Week promises more ways to discover Birmingham’s history than ever before. Walk, run, or sit in your favourite chair and see everything from Churches to and Tolkien walks.
Get booking here: birminghamheritageweek.co.uk
Krištof Kintera – THE END OF FUN (17th September to 22nd November)
Ikon Gallery, 1 Oozells Square, Birmingham B1 2HS
THE END OF FUN! is created by Krištof Kintera a Prague born sculptural artist whose work will cover both floors of Ikon Gallery and the part of the public realm.
Ikon Gallery is currently open from 3pm to 7pm Thursdays and Noon to 4pm on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Pre-booking is essential. Find out more here: ikon-gallery.org/event/kristof-kintera
Little but Live (18th to 20th September)
Moseley Park, Alcester Road, Birmingham B13 8DD
As part of Little but Live in Moseley Park, Paperback Theatre present a one-hour production of Romeo and Juliet.
Find out more and book tickets here: paperbacktheatre.com/littlebutlive
Ballet? What’s That? (20th September)
Aston Hall, Trinity Road, Birmingham B6 6JD
This unique event on the final day of Birmingham Heritage Week will help introduce Ballet to visitors at Birmingham Museums’ Aston Hall. Featuring the talented performers from Birmingham Royal Ballet, the Birmingham Museums website says:
Ballet is for everyone. Meet staff from Birmingham Royal Ballet and find out about dance, costumes, and how dancers train.