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PremierLeague-News.Com - Medals might have been handed out but there's plenty more to come
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Birmingham is currently nursing a Commonwealth Games hangover. For the next few weeks and months, the city will be alternating between bouts of joyous pride and post-festival blues. With hundreds of millions of pairs of eyes fixated on our home - and its physical and social fabric changed forever - we can finally say we did it. And we did it well, too. But one question remains: what comes next? Discussions about legacy will be near constant as pundits and politicians reflect and evaluate what this all means for Birmingham. READ MORE:Commonwealth Games closing ceremony FULL RECAP That being said, one thing is worth remembering: the medals might have been handed out but it's not all over yet. Parks across the West Midlands will come alive with the sounds of ska, calypso and rock n’ roll during August. To The Streets, a brand new outdoor musical theatre concert by the award-winning playwright Roy Williams and composer Tim Sutton is just one of many exciting events in the pipeline as part of the ongoing Birmingham 2022 festival. The lesser-known story of the UK’s own civil rights moment will be performed in Handsworth Park on August 19 and 20, Windmill Hill, Warwick Arts Centre on August 24 and 25 and West Park, Wolverhampton on August 28.
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. There will be free live music, spoken word, dance and drag performances and daily activity to inspire the mind, body, and soul. From August 25 to 30, Soul City Arts - the company of award-winning Brummie street artist, Mohammed Ali - will present Waswasa at Birmingham Hippodrome, a project creatively exploring the act of Islamic prayer. The festival ends with the much-anticipated world premiere of Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby – a new dance theatre show by Rambert at Birmingham Hippodrome from September 27 to October 2. Many free-to-visit exhibitions also continue, including: Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery’s We Are Birmingham Everything to Everybody: Your Shakespeare Your Culture at the Library of Birmingham Jambo Cinema at The Mailbox Home from Home at the National Trust Back to Backs Vanley Burke’s Blood and Fire at Soho House For the full festival programme visit birmingham2022.com/festival Do you have a story? Get in touch by emailing email@example.com READ NEXT: Take a look at our ultimate guide for the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham - with everything you need to know Enjoy a lasting reminder of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games with our 48-page souvenir edition of Birmingham Mail - click here to order your copy Wave a virtual flag for Team England or your Commonwealth Games team. Send your message of support here Click here for more stories, pictures and videos on Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games Also, listen to our excellent Commonwealth Stories podcast
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