Bill Drummond – Keynote Speech (12 Years, 25 Paintings, 100 Questions, & The 17)
Drummond has used various media in his practice including actions, music and words. His actions too numerous to list, some more infamous than others; his music from the multi million selling KLF to the choral music of The 17; the words have accumulated into a pile of books.

Morag Myserscough with The Highliners
Artist, placemaker and designer of the Discovery Season’s flagship space The Pavilion – Morag Myerscough will be presenting an instinctive journey through colours patterns and her design practice, accompanied by fellow designer and collaborator Luke Morgan and his band The Highliners (including Ginge former Meteors drummer) creating a punk rock design performance!

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The STUDIO Theatre at The Library Of Birmingham

  • Address: Centenary Square, Broad Street, Birmingham, B1 2ND

Part of Discovery Season

Past events in this season

Sunday Film Club (15th December 2013)

Family Friendly Christmas Shorts The Snowman (Dir. Dianne JacksOn & Jimmy T. Murakami) 1982 – 26min + Peter and the Wolf (Dir. Suzie Templeton) 2006, 32min Screening of the seasonal classic short...

Adrian Utley's Guitar Orchestra

Adrian Utley is devoted to breaking new ground and exploring the potential of the guitar. As a member of the experimental electronic band, Portishead, Utley is jazz trained, with a passion for the...

Companis Presents Down The Rabbit Hole...

Companis invites you to dive into the world of books and immerse yourself wholly in the realms they create in an elaborate 5 course sensory mobile meal. Using the new architecture of the Library of...

Sunday Film Club (10th November 2013)

Silent Comedy Shorts + The Immigrant (Dir. Charlie Chaplin), 1917, 21min + One Week (Dir.Buster Keaton) 1920, 22min A programme of silent comedy shorts with live piano accompaniment. Please...

Rhys Chatham + Charlemagne Palestine

Charlemagne Palestine is an American composer, performer, and visual artist. A contemporary of Philip Glass, Terry Riley, Phill Niblock, and Steve Reich. Rhys Chatham is a composer, guitarist and...

Box Of Light Variety Show

An evening of edification and entertainment featuring acclaimed performer Professor Heard, who will provide a whistlestop history of lantern shows and explain how they helped pave the way for cinema....

Sunday Film Club (20th October 2013)

Birmingham and Beyond 80mins Archive travel compilation of shorts with a focus on Birmingham. Footage from BFI and MACE Please click the link below for the Library of Birmingham website "Library...

YUMM-A-YUKK-A-BOO

Tantalisingly tasty tales for ages 3-5

Rise Of Birmingham

The city’s music scene has been making an impressive impact on the national indie scene in recent years. Last year, NME celebrated the ‘Rise of Birmingham’ and the diverse indie music scene...

Enlightenment, Lunchtime Talks Programme

The talk will focus on the design and construction of the award winning floral display Enlightenment, which celebrates the opening of Birmingham’s new Library in September 2013. Please click the...

Sunday Film Club (22nd September 2013)

"KINO 10":http://www.kino10.com and "Little Earthquake":http://www.little-earthquake.com/celluloidadventures present *Operation Red Soup* (Commissioned by KINO 10 & Capsule as part of the

Leftfoot Presents Omar

A British soul singer, songwriter and musician, Omar learned his craft classically, playing the trumpet, piano and percussion. Making albums since the early 1990s, his work is often compared to...