Soho Hill, Boulton, Bloye, and Brutalism.

In by Bill Houseago

Soho Hill, Boulton, Bloye, and Brutalism.

Event Details


Date(s) - 15/06/2019
12:00 am

Event Location

The Jewellers Arms
23 Hockley Street
B18 6BW

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Soho Hill, Boulton, Bloye, and Brutalism.

Soho Hill in Hockley hides a host of Birmingham treasures. We take a leisurely walk around the area looking at:

The home of Matthew Boulton

Mother & Child painted mahogany statue by William Bloye.

The Brutalist murals under Hockley flyover by William George Mitchell.

The Tree of Life in Richmond Park by Cathy Ryall.

The Supreme works reliefs by William Bloye.

The Palladium opened in 1911.

The Old Toll House, Arts & Crafts building.

We end the walk with an optional drink and chat in a local pub.

Dogs are welcome.

If you’re interested in Birmingham its history and architecture, this is for you.

We start and finish at the Jewellers Arms in the Jewellery Quarter.


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