What's On

Whether it’s created by us, in collaboration with like minded organisations or by ground-breaking members we have a whole host of exciting events lined up. There is also a range of spaces which can be hired out for your event too, take a look at our events booking page to find out more.

Events

Hub Run Club

  After 9 weeks of trialling Hub Run Club with weekly Couch to 5k and 5k and Beyond groups, the Hub Run Club is now fully established and has moved to Thursday mornings. Led by Run Birmingham’s Marlon Patrice, the…

Hub Yoga

Wind down the week with yoga with Birmingham based Hatha and Ashtanga yoga instructor Claire Jukes.   About Claire: Claire took up Yoga as a means to improve my physical health and well-being. She had always enjoyed keep-fit and running,…

Beyond (un)employment Birmingham Hack Days

We’ve spent six months exploring, discovering, thinking and learning about the future of (un)employment in our city and now it’s time to take some action.   We invite you to join the Beyond (un)employment cohort for two hack days to…

Creating New Futures Together

WHAT’S GOING ON? Join BRAP for an evening of discussion like you’ve never had before. We want to work with you to find new ways of living together in our diverse city and nation. How can different generations and communities…

London Midland CycleHack Challenge

London Midland and CycleHack HQ invite you to a creative day to explore travelling by train with a bicycle. Working together, we want to make travelling with bikes more enjoyable for cyclists, non-cyclists and staff. The London Midland CycleHack Challenge…

Trade School Digbeth: Smartphone Photo Skills

Join Paul for a workshop learning basic photography techniques This Trade School class will enable you to make the most of your smartphone and improve your smartphone photography skills! Do remember to bring a fully charged smartphone! Barter Items to…

Beyond (un)employment Birmingham Hack Days

We’ve spent six months exploring, discovering, thinking and learning about the future of (un)employment in our city and now it’s time to take some action.   We invite you to join the Beyond (un)employment cohort for two hack days to…

Ordinary Working Families: What Does It Mean?

The University of Birmingham are delighted to present this event, part of the Economic and Social Research Council Festival of Social Science 2017. This event will provide a forum for discussion and debate of ‘Ordinary Working Families’, disseminating a programme…

Yellow Wednesdays: We Are Many

On February 15th 2003, over 15 million people marched through the streets of 800 cities on every continent to voice their opposition to the proposed war in Iraq. This unprecedented global march was organised, against all odds, by a patchwork…

Social Value Within Your Organisation

Workshop: Identifying Social Value within your organisation   In society today, there is an increased awareness and focus on the direct, indirect and wider effects of organisations delivering services. This has been influenced by greater awareness of the environment and…

Must Bankers Be Bad

    Must Bankers be Bad Financial scandals are a regular part of life under twenty-first century capitalism – from Nick Leeson to Libor-fixing, subprime mortgages to Fred “the Shred” Goodwin. But are these exceptions to an otherwise functioning system,…

Trade School Digbeth: How to Make a Tote bag with Rick Sanders

This session will show you how to make a tote bag, sewing by hand, how to use a design template. By the end of the session, not only will you know how to make a tote bag, you’ll know how…