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Discovery Season in the Library of Birmingham

The opening season will invite us all on a journey of discovery through the new building and through its dynamic architecture and state-of-the-art facilities, discover the Library of Birmingham’s outstanding collections and resources.

Discovery Season

Discovery Season in the Library of Birmingham

Discover the Library of Birmingham.  To celebrate the opening of the Library in September we have planned a programme of exciting events and activities for all ages that will run until the end of 2013.  
Discover

Interactive Discovery Season brochure

Look through the whole Discovery Season brochure online or download a copy to your own computer or mobile device. Download the Discovery Trail MAP too.
Eric MacLennan - Bureau of Lost Discoveries

December events at Library of Birmingham Discovery Season

The Discovery Season continues through into December with a mixture of free and ticketed events. 
Cultures Season January - March 2014

Cultures Season at the Library of Birmingham

From January - April 2014.  Celebrating human creativity in its widest, most fascinating and sometimes unexpected forms.  Download the Cultures Season brochure.
Happy New You

Happy New You

Kick start a happy and healthy 2014 with fun and fitness at the Library of Birmingham!
The Pavilion Morag Myerscough

The Pavilion

The Pavilion will host a rolling programme of Creative Residencies. Artists, film makers, book makers and a range of other creatives will set up home in The Pavilion.    

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Stones & Bones

Stones & Bones Exhibition

Fri 27 February 2015, 8:00am

Imaginative Storytelling

Imaginative Storytelling

Fri 27 February 2015, 11:30am

Greek Tragedy

Greek Tragedy on the Small Screen

Thu 05 March 2015, 6:00pm

Hamlets

Hamlets

Tue 17 March 2015, 8:30pm

Chinese Lives in Birmingham

We would like to wish all our customers a Happy Chinese New Year 2015

Look out for the 'Chinese Lives in Birmingham' exhibition in the Library of Birmingham in April.