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Draw the Gardens … relaxed drawing sessions

Like to draw? Join us for monthly relaxed drawing sessions with our artists in residence.

From 1.30 -3.30, on the 2nd Wednesday of every month, artists from the Birmingham Society of Botanical Artists will be in the Gardens drawing and recording our lovely plants.

Anyone can join them for a no hassle, not pressure drawing session – whatever your ability.

As the seasons progress BSBA will record the life cycle of our plants… why not come and have a go yourself. They will be pleased to advise and support… or just leave you to your own devices.

Bring your own materials or take advantage of some basic pen and paper we’ll provide.

Normal entry fees apply but materials and support are free

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Draw the Gardens … relaxed drawing sessions

Like to draw? Join us for monthly relaxed drawing sessions with our artists in residence.

From 1.30 -3.30, on the 2nd Wednesday of every month, artists from the Birmingham Society of Botanical Artists will be in the Gardens drawing and recording our lovely plants.

Anyone can join them for a no hassle, not pressure drawing session – whatever your ability.

As the seasons progress BSBA will record the life cycle of our plants… why not come and have a go yourself. They will be pleased to advise and support… or just leave you to your own devices.

Bring your own materials or take advantage of some basic pen and paper we’ll provide.

Normal entry fees apply but materials and support are free

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Draw the Gardens … relaxed drawing sessions

Like to draw? Join us for monthly relaxed drawing sessions with our artists in residence.

From 1.30 -3.30, on the 2nd Wednesday of every month, artists from the Birmingham Society of Botanical Artists will be in the Gardens drawing and recording our lovely plants.

Anyone can join them for a no hassle, not pressure drawing session – whatever your ability.

As the seasons progress BSBA will record the life cycle of our plants… why not come and have a go yourself. They will be pleased to advise and support… or just leave you to your own devices.

Bring your own materials or take advantage of some basic pen and paper we’ll provide.

Normal entry fees apply but materials and support are free

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The Mikado …

One of the best loved light operas, brought up to date by the classy Willmore Singers.
Here they will be creating an updated version of Mikado, Gilbert and Sullivan's most well-known work will be set in a nightclub amongst organised criminals.
Take in an early evening prefromance on Saturday night, or a leisurely Sunday afternoon matinee. Open Air Theatre in beautiful Gardens setting, bring a picnic if you desire!

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The Mikado …

On of the best loved light operas, brought up to date by the classy Willmore Singers.
Here they will be creating an updated version of Mikado, Gilbert and Sullivan's most well-known work will be set in a nightclub amongst organised criminals.
Take in an early evening prefromance on Saturday night, or a leisurely Sunday afternoon matinee. Open Air Theatre in beautiful Gardens setting, bring a picnic if you desire!

Read more

Draw the Gardens … relaxed drawing sessions

Like to draw? Join us for monthly relaxed drawing sessions with our artists in residence.

From 1.30 -3.30, on the 2nd Wednesday of every month, artists from the Birmingham Society of Botanical Artists will be in the Gardens drawing and recording our lovely plants.

Anyone can join them for a no hassle, not pressure drawing session – whatever your ability.

As the seasons progress BSBA will record the life cycle of our plants… why not come and have a go yourself. They will be pleased to advise and support… or just leave you to your own devices.

Bring your own materials or take advantage of some basic pen and paper we’ll provide.

Normal entry fees apply but materials and support are free

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Community History planning session for Faces of Castle Bromwich event- community history

Want to be involved???

For this year’s Birmingham Heritage Week (Sept 9-16th) in the Gardens, we want to celebrate, discover and share local life and stories from both the F irst World War and the the Second.
We already have some photos from the time and some contemporary portraits of people during our own 40s weekends. We’d like to tell and share stories; from fessing up to climbing over the walls and scrumping to tales of making and seeing spitfires… We can draw on some prefessional re-enactors and historians, but it all starts with us the community..
We already have a a bit of a plan, but it’s just a start, all leading to a public day on Sun 16th Sept
Interested in or know something about our local history? Got some ideas to share? Some time to help pull things together?
Come and help put flesh on the plan of events so far….
SATURDAY July 21st, 1pm

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Draw the Gardens … relaxed drawing sessions

Like to draw? Join us for monthly relaxed drawing sessions with our artists in residence.

From 1.30 -3.30, on the 2nd Wednesday of every month, artists from the Birmingham Society of Botanical Artists will be in the Gardens drawing and recording our lovely plants.

Anyone can join them for a no hassle, not pressure drawing session – whatever your ability.

As the seasons progress BSBA will record the life cycle of our plants… why not come and have a go yourself. They will be pleased to advise and support… or just leave you to your own devices.

Bring your own materials or take advantage of some basic pen and paper we’ll provide.

Normal entry fees apply but materials and support are free

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Draw the Gardens … relaxed drawing sessions

Like to draw? Join us for monthly relaxed drawing sessions with our artists in residence.

From 1.30 -3.30, on the 2nd Wednesday of every month, artists from the Birmingham Society of Botanical Artists will be in the Gardens drawing and recording our lovely plants.

Anyone can join them for a no hassle, not pressure drawing session – whatever your ability.

As the seasons progress BSBA will record the life cycle of our plants… why not come and have a go yourself. They will be pleased to advise and support… or just leave you to your own devices.

Bring your own materials or take advantage of some basic pen and paper we’ll provide.

Normal entry fees apply but materials and support are free

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