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Explore Digbeth / Eastside
  • Why live in Digbeth / Eastside?

    Previously the industrial heart of Birmingham, Digbeth is the most recently developed area of the city. Situated just a five-minute walk from the Bullring, it boasts warehouse conversions, nightclubs and music venues. It is considered Birmingham’s answer to Shoreditch, being the epicentre for the young, cool and creative.

    Properties can vary from warehouse conversions to sleek, modern and affordable apartments.

    Eastside is situated at the northeast side of Digbeth and has seen a drastic change over recent years.  Birmingham City University has spent millions of pounds redeveloping their city centre campus, giving the city a greener feel with newly planted trees and water fountains.

  • What’s been happening lately?

    The Custard Factory has recently seen a new addition. The Mockingbird Cinema and Kitchen is a fully independent cinema and kitchen, offering a very different experience to that of the city’s multiplexes.  As well as showing the latest releases, the cinema offers the chance to see much older films on the big screen. The venue is also available for private hire, allowing you to throw a party with a real twist!

    Eastside Projects hold monthly art lectures at Birmingham City University. In December 2016, Birmingham-born Roger Hiorns – whose work often combines art with machine parts – spoke about the connection between men and machinery. Down in Digbeth, the Syrx gallery saw international curator Ally Grimes host an eight-week exhibition, showcasing the country’s best visual artists.

  • Digbeth / Eastside attraction


    Digbeth boasts a range of attractions, from quirky restaurants to late night clubs. Spotlight is held on Trinity Street every Friday and showcases the best street food talent the Midlands has to offer. Next door you have the incredible Momma Roux. Many up-and-coming bands from around the country can be found playing here and, on a Saturday night, it turns into a glamorous club with dim lights, red velvet sofas, burlesque dancers and DJs. There is also The Night Owl, a club famous up and down the country for specialising in the best of Northern Soul. Around the corner is the Rainbow and the Rainbow Warehouse, where you will find live music and late night DJs.

    If you head over to the Custard Factory you will discover a hub of creative offices, galleries, independent shops and cafes.

Your Guide to Digbeth / Eastside

  • The world is your oyster From Birmingham Coach Station

    In the centre of Digbeth, you’ll find the Birmingham Coach station.

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  • The Digbeth Dining Club Birmingham

    The Digbeth Dining Club Birmingham will become your new Friday night treat.

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Westside has been transformed in recent decades and is now the city’s primary business and leisure destination, making the perfect place to work, live or play.

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