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Birmingham City Council

What's Love Got To Do With It?

What's Love Got To Do With It?

Start Date: 13 October 2012 02:00 PM
End Date: 13 October 2012 03:30 PM

Sagheer Afzal, Bali Rai and Yasmin Hai

Our final event is on Saturday 13 October (2pm - 3.30pm, Library Theatre) with writers Sagheer Afzal, Yasmin Hai and Bali Rai.

What's Love Got To Do With It? will be exploring the subject of love, life and relationships for young Asians today.

Tickets are free, but pre-booking is essential.

To book seats, please call 0121 236 4455 or visit: www.birminghambookfestival.org

See all the Fringe Festival 2012 events.

Venue Information

Birmingham Library Theatre
Address:
Birmingham Library Theatre
Paradise Place
Birmingham
West Midlands
UK
B3 3HQ
Email Address:

Telephone Number: 0121 303 2868
Directions:

The entrance to Birmingham Library Theatre is situated to the left of the entrance to Birmingham Central Library next to the entrance to Birmingham Conservatoire. It is close to Paradise Forum, which has a range of lively bars and cafes, serving food and drink throughout the day and evening. But there is no access from inside the Forum.

Facilities: Lecture Theatre, Limited access for people with mobility difficulties, Stage with Lighting, Toilets

Birmingham Library Theatre is an intimate 200 seat venue in the heart of the city centre. It promotes the special collections and services of Britain's biggest and busiest Central Library by staging challenging literary events, author visits, local history talks and dramatic and musical performances.


Events in the Library Theatre


* Lunchtime Local History Lectures take place every month

* Other events are listed in What's On in Central Library If you are interested in booking the Library Theatre for your own event, please contact:

Room Bookings and Sales Co-ordinator
Central Library
Chamberlain Square
Birmingham
B3 3HQ

Tel: 0121 303 2868
E-mailroombookings@birmingham.gov.uk

Admission: Free, but obtain ticket in advance