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

Yellow Wednesdays: The Uprising

This month we are hosting two #YellowWednesdays screenings! The first is musician and activist Pravini Baboeram’s “The Uprising”. The Uprising is a music documentary that tells the story of resistance against racism in Europe. With commentary and experiences from academics… More

Beats and Bakes: Liam Charles x The Green Room

Beats and Bakes: Liam Charles x The Green Room A conceptual conversationalist music show plus no-holds-barred Q&A, hosted by Rapper/DJ Weyland McKenzie (aka Wey & Nephew) and Team GB athlete Reuben Arthur. Join the Green Room for an afternoon of… More

BASS2019: Where do we go from here?

Where do we go from here? Workshop Facilitated by Amyra Leon, Heaux Noire brings you a workshop exclusively for black and brown womxn exploring memory through poetry writing and movement. The session will analyse where we come from and how… More

Hub Breakfast Club

Hub Breakfast Club Join us for a slap up hub breakfast, because nothing good ever happened on an empty stomach. For the first event of our closing festival, we’re doing what we do every monday morning – trying to take… More

Make + Maintain

Starting on Monday 28th October and running all week, Make + Maintain will turn the Playspace into a proper playground for makers, dreamers and artists. We have started talking a lot about our next evolution being a regenerative business, one… More

Open Project Day + Night

Over the last 5 years, 6.30pm – 10.30pm every Monday has been Open Project Night, throwing the doors of Impact Hub Birmingham open wide to imagineers working on projects, ventures and ideas focused on unleashing a fairer, more equal and… More

#MuslimGirlsFence

Muslim Girls Fence – Community Project Want to learn a new sport and make new friends? Join us for a free 6 week beginners guide to fencing for women aged 16+Learn the basics to fencing with a British Fencing Coach.… More

Creative Resistance Day

Over the last three years of building and growing, a core part of our work has involved hosting, producing, designing and creating moments that keep the movement vibrant by platforming, enabling and celebrating resilience, courage, and tenacity. Creative Resistance is… More

Birmingham SOUP x PAUSE

Birmingham SOUP is back with a special event to celebrate Impact Hub Birmingham’s closing festival! SOUP gives residents the opportunity to learn about projects happening in Birmingham and vote on the project that they believe is the best benefit to… More

Hub Talks x Yellow Wednesdays

Over the last 5 years we have been implicitly growing our reputation for bringing together a programme of world class writers, thinkers, filmmakers, performers and more. From deliberate and nuanced #HubTalks with writers such as New York Time #1 best… More

#RadicalChildcare Takeover

Join us to celebrate our children’s membership at Impact Hub Birmingham as part of our closing festival, PAUSE.   We started the #RadicalChildcare journey back in April 2015 with Amy’s childcare utopia workshop exploring what a more relational, affordable and… More

The Great Hub Bake Off

The Great Hub Bake Off   From Afternoon Tea to Food for Thought, Thursdays at Impact Hub Birmingham have always heralded cake and connections around our workbench, as members, guests and friends swap skype calls for scones, focus for friendship,… More

The Value of Civic Assets

Who creates value and who captures value? How we invest in our cities is broken. Join us to explore this question and more in this first of two workshops launching our CIVIC SQUARE Neighbourhood Lab as part of Pause: Impact… More

CIVIC SQUARE Dinner

  To close Day 5 of PAUSE, we will be hosting a strategic dinner to talk through the finer details of CIVIC SQUARE with a close knit advisory, investing and supporting group. For more about the vision click here, and… More

Hub Artists Assembly

Hub Artists: Assemble! As a final Impact Hub Birmingham celebration of Digbeth First Friday, we are hosting a Hub Artists Assembly bringing together key moments and practitioners who have been part of hub’s creativity, from deep involvement in our systems… More

Port Loop Site Visit + Babs on Bikes

Port Loop Site Visit Following the launch of our CIVIC SQUARE Neighbourhood Lab on Friday, we invite you to join us for a site visit to Port Loop. Join the team for a mini tour of the Port Loop site,… More

The Closing Party

To celebrate a huge 5 years at Impact Hub Birmingham, we invite you to our biggest party ever.   Showcasing the legendary talent we’ve been lucky enough to work alongside in the city, join us to raise the Walker Building… More

Family Lunch

“Nothing of significance was ever achieved by an individual acting alone. Look below the surface and you will find that all seemingly solo acts are really team efforts.” — John C. Maxwell One of the most beautiful and unexpected phenomenon’s… More

Impact Metrics in an Uncertain Future

“We have to connect our imaginaries of preferred urban futures to experimentation in the here and now. What really matters is the evolutionary potential of the present rather than waiting for some cognitive consensus of the future.” – Mark Swilling,… More

#MuslimGirlsFence

Muslim Girls Fence – Community Project Want to learn a new sport and make new friends? Join us for a free 6 week beginners guide to fencing for women aged 16+Learn the basics to fencing with a British Fencing Coach.… More

Decolonising History

Decolonising History A Tamasha Digital Project for SOAS, supported by Arts Council England   “The discipline of History as we know it today is a product of the age of European empire. This has had profound consequences for our understanding… More