Theres Dancing in Victoria Square; performances in the Bullring and Selfridges; a Multi-Story orchestral performance in a car park; Sufi singers; Rangeeli colourful community parade in the city-centre complete with Harminder the Elephant; an Alternative Village Fete based at the Bull Ring Markets an
Aimed at capturing the imagination and playfulness of self-expression, giving children role models who defy rigid gender restrictions and imagining a world where people can present as they wish, where dress up is real.
The Colours of Birmingham parade culminates at Square Dance on Victoria Square with a crescendo of sound including Dhol and Brazilian beats, exhilarating dance styles in the form of kathakali, Bollywood, bhangra, bharatanatyam and African and contemporary moves.
The Birmingham Crochet Club meets fortnightly to learn crochet, meet other Birmingham mums, and have a good chat. Whether you're a complete beginner or a seasoned pro, everyone is welcome to come along!
Little ones and their furry friends are invited for a free picnic party (bring your own snacks or purchase from the Pavilion Tearoom), complete with childrens entertainer, a magician, bouncy castle and face painting.