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Eagle & Tun Darts Night at Eastside Projects

Friday, 30 July 2021
5 – 8pm

Anyone of any ability and experience who would like to play a game is welcome at the Eagle and Tun darts night.

The event is hosted in the context of Harun Morrison’s exhibition Experiments with Everyday Objects, which includes items from the former pub The Eagle and Tun (including its darts board and cabinet) which were salvaged prior to its demolition last year. Walk-ins welcome.

And if you fancy making an evening of it a number of the other Digbeth based organisations will also be open late:

Vivid Projects, 16 Minerva Works, 158 Fazeley Street, B5 5RS
Extraction: A Psycho-geological Report: Michael Lightborne
6 – 8pm

Black Hole Club alumni Michael Lightborne presents ‘Extraction: A Psycho-geological Report’ – a set of short audio-visual pieces incorporating sounds and images sampled from rocks, minerals and soil in South Birmingham. Developed during a period of semi-isolation during the 2020 lockdowns, these experiments form part of Michael’s current interest in ‘psychetecture’; a concept used in the 1980s comic Mister X to describe the psychological effects of architecture and urban forms.

Bookings can be made in advance here for those who would prefer to pre-arrange their visit.

Grand Union – Minerva Works Garden, 158 Fazeley Street, B5 5RS
A Feminist Chorus / A Tender Map: Outdoor Performance by artist Lucy Reynolds
6.30 – 7pm

In a closing celebration of their current exhibition, A Simultaneity of Stories-so-far, Grand Union are hosting a live performance of A Feminist Chorus / A Tender Map by artist Lucy Reynolds. They invite you to join them and A Tender Map’s contributors, to hear and create the chorus at Grand Union for the first time. The performance will take place outside at Minerva Works Garden.

Stryx, Unit 13, Minerva Works, 158 Fazeley Street, B5 5RS
Inside the country of the skin: Asuf Ishaq
7 – 9pm

Inside the country of the skin, is the culmination of Asuf’s residency at Stryx which took place earlier this year. Asuf will be exhibiting films, including Things that did not travel and Crossing.

Centrala, Unit 4 Minerva Works, 158 Fazeley Street, B5 5RS
Centrala and BEAST present Responses – an experimental music night.
8 – 10 pm (performances), bar open till 11pm

An evening of solo and group performances, responding to recent exhibitions: Marcin Pietruszewski: Modal Interlacement (3×3 channel) and hystera: Girl Can Do.


Our exhibition space is wheelchair accessible, and alternative formats of written and audio material are available. Please see the exhibition access guide below and our full gallery access guide here or contact for more information.