Wine festival and other things to do in Birmingham this weekend (April 8 to 10)

From the hugely popular Birmingham Wine Weekend, to amazing musicals and an R&B music legend - there’s a lot to do in the city this weekend

Birmingham Wine Weekend 2022

Birmingham Wine Weekend is here for 2022 after two years of hiatus due to the pandemic, and to make up for lost time are extending the festival to last throughout the whole week. Countless venues across the city are participating offering special events such as tasting sessions lasting until Sunday. Anybody wanting to get involved can get tickets here: Birmingham Wine Weekend

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Birmingham Wine Weekend

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is currently playing over at the Birmingham Hippodrome. The classic Andrew Lloyd Webber show tells the story of Joseph, son of Jacob, and his coat of many colours, and includes iconic pop and musical theatre classics known around the world such as “any dream will do”. Those interested in finding out more about the performance and availability should head on over to: Birmingham Hippodrome

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is always a favourite with audiences.

Craig David at the Utilita Arena

R&B and UKG legend Craig David will be playing over at the Utilita arena both nights this weekend. Rescheduled from last April, the show will bring a mixture of the star’s anthemic noughties hits such as “Fill Me In” and “Re-ReWind” on top of his more recent releases. The artist will be supported by up and coming artists Lost Girl and Nippa. More details about the show and ticket availability is available at: The Ticket Factory

Craig David.

Toy Story in Concert at the Symphony Hall

Toy Story in Concert will be playing over at the Symphony Hall this Sunday. The show features a screening of the much loved Disney Pixar production about toys coming to life. However the screening will be accompanied with its iconic musical score performed live to the film by the Novello Orchestra. This is a must see event for fans of the classic film and music lovers alike. Anyone interested in finding out more information can head on over to: B:Music

Toy Story - In Concert

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