Deep cleaning starts this Sunday (28th April)

A deep clean to various streets within the Jewellery Quarter will commence this weekend (Sunday 28th). The works have been planned to ensure there is minimal disruption to businesses and residents. And we’ll be able to say goodbye to chewing gum and other ugly stains or graffiti on our pavements within the Quarter. The schedule … Read more

Findings exhibition launched in St Paul’s Square

Last night we celebrated the official launch of internationally acclaimed artist, Tom Hunter’s Findings exhibition. Despite arriving in Birmingham on a gloomy wintery morning, Tom explained how his perceptions of the city quickly changed as he visited the sites around the Jewellery Quarter and Colmore Business District. He also let slip that his favourite photographs were … Read more

Historical Birmingham coffin works to be transformed with support from GBSLEP

A 19th century Grade II* listed building in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter is set to be transformed into a base for thriving businesses after securing the funding necessary to start work. The £2 million project to revamp Newman Brothers Coffin Fitting Works in Fleet Street will receive over £200,000 after successfully applying to the Greater Birmingham … Read more

JQ BID in talks to ease travel disruption during tunnel closures

The Jewellery Quarter BID (JQ BID) is working with Amey, the company that manages and maintains the city’s roads in partnership with Birmingham City Council, to ensure that major roadworks planned for the city centre this summer will cause minimal disruption to businesses in the area. The planned roadworks will see the A38 St Chad’s and Queensway tunnels completely … Read more

‘Vintage Hitchcock: A Live Radio Play’ comes to the Blue Orange Theatre

On Friday 3rd and Saturday 4th May, Majikal Theatre – a new touring theatre group – will perform “Vintage Hitchcock: A Live Radio Play” at the Blue Orange Theatre. Vintage Hitchcock: A Live Radio Play is an evening of adaptations of three early films directed by Alfred Hitchcock: “The Lodger,” “Sabotage” and “The 39 Steps”. Spies, murder, love, and other trademarks of Alfred … Read more

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