Pokémon Go Home // Tim Hodgson
Sat 10 Sept |10am - 5pm | Free - no booking necessary
A free post-EU referendum Pokémon Hunt. Twenty culturally specific organisations, societies and places of worship located around central and inner Birmingham have opened their doors for seven hours of end-to-end Pokémon lures at their own Pokéstops from 10am-5pm. Visit 'em all and see what else you can find!
The locations all appear below. Look out for the free maps which will be distributed around the city. You can also pick one up on the day of the event from our info point Pokéstop at The Edge 79 - 81 Cheapside B12 0QH
10am to 3pm Central Mosque 180 Belgrave Middleway, Highgate B12 0XS
10am to 5pm The Edge 79-81 Cheapside, Digbeth B12 0QH
10am to 5pm Polish Millennium House Bordesley St, Digbeth B5 5PH
10am to 5pm Parish Church of All Saints Small Heath 172 Herbert Road, Small Heath B10 0PR
10am to 5pm Church of St Alban and St Patrick Conybere Street, Highgate B12 0YH
12pm to 3pm Masjid E Usman 53-55 Shireland Road, Smethwick, B66 4RQ
12.30pm to 5pm Castle Bromwich Hall and Gardens Chester Road, Castle Bromwich B36 9BT
2pm to 4pm Catholic Church of the Holy Family 763 Coventry Road, Small Heath B10 0HT
Public Spaces from 10am to 5pm:
Metal Art Sculpture 310 Stratford Road, Sparkbrook B11 1AA
Fish Sign 21 Clevedon Rd, Balsall Heath B12 9HD
Concord Wall Claremont Rd, Sparkbrook B11 1LF
Farm Park Sampson Rd, Sparkbrook B11 1JZ
Balsall Heath Bell 100 Mary St, Balsall Heath B12 9JU
Peace Garden Granville St., Birmingham B1 1SB Beorma Bridge Gooch St, Highgate B5 7HY
3pm to 6pm Syriana Restaurant 1 Constitution Hill, Birmingham B19 3LG
3pm to 6pm Eritrea Café Lichfield Road, Aston B6 7PR
6pm to 9pm Koh I Noor 28-29 Horse Fair, Birmingham B1 1DB
6pm to 9pm Café Soya Arcadian, 70 Hurst St B5 4TD
Event by Tim Hodgson, Performing Arts Producer at mac birmingham and a freelance creative theatre and festival producer specialising in built environment and found spaces. He was Creative Associate for the most recent Birmingham Weekender and co-founded the Birmingham Architecture Festival.
Artwork by Byng Inc., purveyor of contemporary illustrated goods based on the original drawings of Louise Byng. Celebrating pencil marks and vibrant colours, Byng Inc. is founded on an ethos of using simple materials to explore complex subjects. Her products are inspired by the city of Birmingham and its people, as well as looking more broadly at current affairs and popular culture, exploring the details others might miss.
No need to book for this self-guided event!