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Peter Knott, Midland Area Director, Arts Council England

Arts groups' futures are secured after grant awards

The Arts Council England has announced that £57.3 million will be spent across 24 organisations, representing a small rise.

July 4 will be independents day in artistic hub

The spirit of Independence Day will be alive and well on Friday night in Digbeth.

Citizen Khan creator Adil Ray speaks at Birmingham Day at Westminster

Birmingham Day showcases progress in city's creative quarter

Senior BBC executive pledges corporation's commitment to investing in Birmingham

Lucan Gray

Custard Factory owner Lucan Gray on the future for Digbeth and Birmingham

Digbeth is home to the largest cluster of creative and digital businesses outside London, with 400 businesses employing 2,000 people in the creative and digital sectors

Citizen Khan

Citizen Khan on hand as Birmingham Day returns

The latest “Birmingham Day” event, on June 25, will showcase the region’s creative sector

Lee Jones, current chairman of the Midlands and Anglia Chapter of the British Council for Offices

BCO Conference generates wave of interest in city says chapter chief

Lee Jones hails positive reaction from delegates visiting the city during recent property event

Custard Factory

Theatre and cinema to open at Custard Factory

Birmingham creative district to welcome new 101-seat theatre and adjoining bar

Custard Factory

10 great things to do around Digbeth and the Custard Factory

Hot on the heels of the opening of Alfie Bird's we take a look at some of the things to do in Digbeth

The Custard Factory

Supersonic Festival is a far from run of the mill music event

The annual Supersonic Festival is back this weekend with a special limited edition event to bring underground music up to the surface.

Sculpture of 'Falling Men' inside Zellig at the Custard Factory

Custard Factory tour for BCO Conference

A look inside the well know Birmingham digital and creative hub

The set for Cravendale's Barry the biscuit boy, built by Yamination at the Custard Factory

Pictures: Custard Factory-based Yamination Studios plays key role in national TV ad for Cravendale

The Yamination team, based at The Custard Factory in Digbeth, built the set for 'Barry the biscuit boy' in just three weeks

VoxPopMe founder eyes Atlantic expansion with new funding round

Birmingham tech entrepreneur keen to grow city team and global reach of consumer feedback app

Digbeth business leaders outline concerns over HS2 in letter to Birmingham Post

Calls for Paternoster Place – a major promenade linking the city core with Eastside – to be fast-tracked to stop Digbeth from being cut off

One Snowhill - one of the many venues delegates of the 2014 BCO conference can visit

British Council for Offices Annual Conference: At a glance guide

The membership body is returning to Birmingham for its 2014 conference

CGI showing how CBRE's new office front will look at 55 Temple Row

CBRE relocates Birmingham office to Temple Row

City's office of global agency to take space in listed building as it undergoes £1 million refit

Ten tech companies making a name in Birmingham

The Post takes a look at a group of digital and creative companies bringing innovative ideas to the marketplace and putting the city on the tech map

Eastside photowalk as part of Birmingham Architecture Festival

Eastside Through The Lens will take in areas of Birmingham’s industrial heritage alongside newer developments and street art

Bill Drummond has been putting up 40 flags around Birmingham as part of his The 25 Paintings exhibition at Eastside Projects, Digbeth

Bill Drummond in Birmingham: A plan to capitalise on a city of chatty people

Artist and musician Bill Drummond has confused a group of mums by putting up flags across Birmingham

Custard Factory to host Blognix conference for bloggers

Event aims to offer tips on advanced blogging techniques

Photography exhibition of John Madin architecture on display at Custard Factory store

Madin was a significant figure of post-war architecture whose Brutalist style of building design continues to divide opinion


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