Weekend events in Birmingham (Sept 18/19)

By on 17/09/2010 in Uncategorised99

Looking for somehing to do in Birmingham this weekend? Try one of the suggestions below.

Birmingham welcomes His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI
September 19
http://www.birmingham.gov.uk/papalvisit

Train for the EDF Birmingham Half Marathon
http://bit.ly/9Y7QmS

Keep fit at your nearest leisure centre
http://bit.ly/9DCY1h

Free guided tour 2.30pm: ‘The Pre-Raphaelites’ (Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery)
September 18
http://bit.ly/aYLrht

‘Meet the Ancestors’ Tribal Art Workshop – Maori Koru Pendants (Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery)
September 18
http://bit.ly/aK9TFk

Guided walking tour of Soho Foundry (Soho House)
September 18
http://bit.ly/aiUbYQ

Posh Plates (Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery)
September 19
http://bit.ly/b683rd

Free guided tour 2.30pm: ‘Treasures of the Museum’ (Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery)
September 19
http://bit.ly/aSljOC

The Birmingham Canal Canter
September 18
http://bit.ly/cHcplm

British Science Festival at Central Library
September 18
http://bit.ly/9qinbH

Visit Handmade Market at the Bullring Markets
September 18-19
http://bit.ly/9OjwvI

Visit the Jewellery Quarter Farmers’ Market
September 18
http://bit.ly/8laqFv

Visit Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery
http://tinyurl.com/nvmd8x

Cardinal John Henry Newman (Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery)
September 10 – January 6 2011
http://bit.ly/b7i0gi

Steve McCurry – Retrospective (Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery)
June 26 – Oct 17
http://bit.ly/aaOgqS

Staffordshire Hoard (Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery)
July 24 – December 31
http://bit.ly/9zTfHU

Connected Histories (Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery)
July 17 – Octber 10
http://bit.ly/9u1576

Visit the Museum of the Jewellery Quarter
http://bit.ly/cyVnE0

Visit Sarehole Mill
http://www.bmag.org.uk/sarehole-mill

The Taylor Estate sale in 1913 (Sarehole Mill)
April 2 – October 31
http://bit.ly/b53YBH

Contemporary watercolours of Sarehole Mill (Sarehole Mill)
April 2 – October 31
http://bit.ly/aor3kI

Visit Blakesley Hall
http://www.bmag.org.uk/blakesley-hall

‘Up Close’ (Blakesley Hall)
April 2 – October 31
http://bit.ly/bsWvt1

Visit Aston Hall
http://www.bmag.org.uk/aston-hall

Visit Soho House
http://www.bmag.org.uk/soho-house

Visit Weoley Castle
http://www.bmag.org.uk/weoley-castle

Visit the new-look mac
http://bit.ly/dDljKj

Visit the Ikon Gallery
http://bit.ly/aOmyjV

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