Open Project Night

Every Monday at Impact Hub Birmingham is Open Project Night, 6.30pm – 10.30pm.

Once a week we fling open the doors of Impact Hub Birmingham extra wide and invite any imagineers working on projects, ventures and ideas focused on unleashing a better us – a better Birmingham – to all come together in the same space. Creatives, activists, entrepreneurs, dreamers, scientists, makers and doers, everyone is welcome to come along to add their vision of a better Birmingham.

If you want to organise your own meet up or find out more about Open Project Night, just click here!

What’s happening tonight?

Sisters Uncut

Sisters Uncut is a feminist direct action group that campaigns to prevent and reverse cuts to domestic violence services and austerity measures. the group is open to all those identifying as women; including those with multi-gender identities and those who experience oppression as women.



Open to any girl/woman over the age of 16, this 11 week programme launches tonight. Learn a new skill, make new friends and take part in a creative project too! This class is currently at capacity but there may be more sessions in the future. For details on the current programme and to register your interest for future sessions, click here!


Trade School Digbeth: Mobile Media Production On The Go 

Daniel is all about creativity, community and social change. You can find him doing some or if not all of these at Impact Hub Birmingham, Co-Lab Dudley and Restore The Love. You can follow Daniel on Twitter and on Instagram.

In this class you will learn:

  • Some Principles of Visual Design for Communication
  • How you can use mobile apps to design communication materials for your brand or project*
  • Introduction to such as Adobe Spark Post and other design apps part of Adobe CC.
    *For this section, You will need to bring your mobile device (phone or tablet) and a project idea in mind that you can work on during the session.

Find out more and register your free place here.


Tourette’s Is Complex (TIC) Meet Up with Hannah Prentice

This workshop will be delivered by Hannah Prentice, Project Leader/founder of Tic  – Tourettes is Complex Project. It is free for you to attend, all you need to do is email with your name, age, how you found out about the workshop. This workshop will cover few aspects; learning about what Tourettes Syndrome is? Hannah will be sharing her life experience living with Tourettes and introducing Tic Project, workshop will also open to up ask questions. There will be some filming during the workshop apart of the tic documentary I am producing. We would love your feedback on Tic workshop. If you do not wish to be filmed we will respect your wishes.



Back to all Events

Date & Time

March 25 | 18:30 to 22:30


Impact Hub Birmingham


Entry Fee

Cost for Members: Free

Cost for Non Members: Free

Updated on 22 March 2019