Run by local artists who focus on art as a powerful agent for change, cavernous Eastside Projects has a pronounced and...
St Martin's Church
Don't be put off by the grungy Digbeth location; this superclub is home to the renowned Godskitchen night (www.godskitchen.com), where...
Wooden floorboards and the odd painted girder set the scene in this chilled-out veggie and vegan cafe beside Digbeth’s railway arches....
Lonely Planet review
So named because the building was constructed by custard magnate Sir Alfred Bird, this centrepiece of Digbeth’s regeneration is full of original, independent shops. At Urban Village and General Stores, rifle through artfully arranged rails of such vintage delights as handmade brogues, leather cases, woollen skirts and paisley cravats. The Bead Shop allows you to pick-and mix baubles to make your own designer piece. Commission your own T-shirt at Street Print, then check out the chaises longues and anglepoise lamps at Fragile Design’s 20th-century furniture store. Finally, top it all off by tucking in to a mezzaluna (baby naan) in Yumm Deli’s tiny dining space. Look out for the Saturday Flea Markets, too.