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Digbeth Estate joins BDF 2024 as Digital District Partner

Digbeth is a place in Brum which is very close to our heart so we can’t wait to welcome Digbeth Estate back as Digital District Partner for BDF 2024!

Digbeth has always been Birmingham’s breeding ground for design talent. Now, this iconic Creative Quarter, crowned as one of the coolest places to live by the Sunday Times, is experiencing an unprecedented renaissance.

The arrival of visionary spaces like The Bond and Steven Knight’s (Peaky Blinders) Digbeth Loc Studios, coupled with the BBC’s upcoming HQ on Bordesley Street, is acting like a creative magnet. These exciting developments are attracting a wave of talent from TV, film, animation, and digital media, further amplifying Digbeth Estate’s vibrant energy.

The future of Digbeth Estate is undeniably bright. We can’t wait to witness an even stronger pulse of creativity as this powerhouse district continues to evolve and inspire! This is why we feel that Digbeth Estate is the perfect home for the Birmingham Design Festival 2024.

Image: Tom Bird

Sara Bremner, Head of People, Culture & Events said,

“Digbeth Estate is the haven for creativity in Brum. From our ever-evolving street art scene to our spaces for designers, artists, and creative businesses, the bustling area pulsates daily with artistic energy. That’s why we’re thrilled to be part of BDF 2024! Together with Birmingham Design, we’re excited to have world-class designers from right across the UK coming back to Digbeth, inspiring our city’s phenomenal creative talent to reach even greater heights!”

Image: Tom Bird

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