Birmingham Big Cake and other things to do this week

Four things to do in Birmingham this week

The Big Birmingham Bake’s Jubilee Special

If you’re a seasoned culinary expert or someone who bakes it till they make it, the Big Birmingham Bake may be for you. This month sees a celebration of the Platinum Jubilee - participants are invited to crush candies and the competition with a new Jubilee Crown Cake!

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Teams of two compete against one another until the winners are crowned. And after all is done and crusted, participants get to take home their creation - so head on over to the Big Birmingham Bake website to find out more.

Compete against other couples to create a winning bake at TheBig Birmingham Bake

Mrs Brown’s Boys at Resorts World Arena

The award winning Mrs. Brown’s Boys is coming to Birmingham’s Resort World Arena this weekend on Friday and Saturday. The Irish sitcom has been a huge hit with viewers since its inception, and this performance promises to take audiences on an exhilarating and side-splitting adventure. Anyone who wants more information on availability should head on over to the Resorts World Arena website.

Mrs Brown's Boys D'Live Show tours to Sheffield City Hall on July 12 and 13, 2022.

The Bournville Village Festival returns for 2022

The Bournville Village Festival falls on this Saturday. Dating back over 100 years, the annual event offers a wholesome family day out. Features include arena acts including the annual Maypole, a craft tent offering a variety of local products from Jewellery to Jam, a funfair with games and stalls, all with a spectacular fireworks finale.

The last two years have seen the festival postponed for the first time since World War 2, and the festival promises to be bigger and better than ever before.

Bourneville VIllage Festival 2022

The Birmingham International Dance Festival 2022

The Birmingham International Dance Festival returns this year - the largest dance festival in the UK. The city centre will be transformed into a dynamic performance hub, and there will be a full programme in theatres and galleries as well as workshops taking dance to the heart of local communities.

The celebration promises to be a celebration of diversity and togetherness. More information is available on the Birmingham International Dance Festival website.

Birmingham International Dance Festival 2022

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