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Bromsgrove Arts Alive

Promoting, championing and encouraging involvement in the arts, culture and heritage in Bromsgrove and the surrounding area

Special News:
Following the sad news of Artrix closing, there has been an enormous public reaction. BAA has written to councillors and to the Holding Trust (see Autumn Newsletter) and received a statement saying that they will be able to share information with interested parties soon. BAA’s vision of how a new community based Arts Centre may look is available here.

Newsletter:  A short e-edition of our  Autumn Newsletter 2020 is available  here. The publication of the Spring Newsletter is postponed so that we can include any Summer events which might happen as lockdown is eased. The deadline is now 31st May.

The AGM for Bromsgrove Arts Alive has been arranged for Wednesday 16th June 2021 at 7.00pm via Zoom. Details and links will be sent out to members.

Recent News

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BAA Autumn Newsletter now available

The Autumn Newsletter for BAA has been produced as an e-edition. It is available here: BAA-Autumn-2020      
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Bromsgrove author's debut novel - eco thriller 'Tipping Point' - now on sale

THE STORY of an 18-year-old girl struggling to come to terms with the loss of her family in a terrorist attack forms the plot of
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Visitors hail first drive-in cinema at Sanders Park a 'huge success'

THE first drive-in cinema at Sanders Park has been hailed a success by Bromsgrove District Council after it was visited by more than 1,000 people.
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Bromsgrove Nailer's Cottage - Avoncroft's latest exhibit - officially opens this week

THE LATEST building to be restored to its former glory at Bromsgrove’s Avoncroft Museum will be unveiled on Wednesday, September 23. The Victorian Nailer’s Cottage
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Artist's drawings of Bromsgrove's refuse collectors to thank them for their efforts during the lockdown

AN ARTIST has paid her own unique tribute to key workers by creating portraits of those who have ensured day-to-day life has continued during lockdown.