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A strong bill includes the fearlessly confrontational comic Kiri Pritchard Mc Lean, the genial Australian Ray Badran and the intelligent and award winning comic Dane Baptiste.
Arts: Digbeth First Friday It 's time to dig into another cultural feast across Digbeth as First Friday returns with its usual eclectic plethora of inventive and imaginative art happenings.
uk Doug Stanhope | Tue 12 Jun | O2 Academy 2 | £39.90 Comedy doesn’t come much more abrasive than the confrontational American Doug Stanhope, whose laser guided cynicism has been unsettling audiences since 1990.
Fearlessly provocative with little regard for those of a sensitive disposition, this is a man who was practically hounded out of Ireland for making the joke that priests turn to paedophelia because Irish woman are so ugly and once took ecstasy from a member of the audience in Edinburgh.
Bill Bailey | Sat 2 Jun | Arena | £31.84 The genial and unflappable comedian reflects on the last twenty globetrotting years making nature documentaries in his new show Larks in Transit.
Sometimes surreal, always sharp, Bailey is perfect company, who else could swing so effortlessly between subjects as diverse as Brexit and The 991AD Battle of Maldon?
In new show How to Be Famous, Caitlin will be discussing how to deal with the more problematic of celebrity.
Opening weekend features performances from former Twang frontman Ash Sheehan, folk rockers The Deluge and singer songwriter James Reidy.
Fri 1 Jun to Sun 3 Jun at DJ Quinn's, 327 Highfield Rd, Birmingham B28 0BX Jones | Mon 28 May | Hare & Hounds | £11 You never know what you're going to get with baroque pop songwriter Meilyr Jones.
Centrala is hosting a sneak peak at the forthcoming 100 Years, So What?
Exhibition, by avant garde Polish artists including Małgorzata Dawidek and Iwona Demko, that explores the centenary of women's voting rights, Centrala is also hosting Three Models of Change, which discusses community across actual and staged narratives.