Helps us to create an evidence based and tailored programme for existing and new audiences.
Join comedian Rachel Baker as she engages in conversations with our very own Marketing and Communications Lead Sadim Garvey. Sadim talks about her journey to Moseley Road Baths, her visions for its future, and her relationship with confidence and self-worth.
Join comedian Rachel Baker as she engages in conversations with local community organisers Malikah and Shazia. The interview is accompanied by poetry and music inspired by these discussions by poet Rupinder Kaur and musician Kinna Whitehead.
Exchange Festival is a free 2-day event taking place on Saturday, November 4th, and Sunday, November 5th, at the Moseley Community Hub in The School of Art.
There will be some free school performances perfect for EYFS and KS1 pupils on Monday 18th Sept and Monday 25th September at Balsall Heath Library.
Moseley Road Baths are working with six fantastic early-career creatives, our Young Curators, to make an exciting new digital creation inspired by Moseley Road Baths.
We are looking for young people aged 18 – 35 to share their ideas about the future of Moseley Road Baths; what could be improved and how the Baths could support you in accessing local activities. Find out more and sign up here.
Donald Insall Architects have been running workshops with schools local to Moseley Road Baths to explore their many fantastical ideas for spaces at Moseley Road Baths and Balsall Heath Library.
Balsall Heath Library recently welcomed students from Calthorpe Academy special school in Highgate for a creative workshop led by Open Theatre.
We want to centre the histories of Moseley Road Baths and of the many people who have walked through its doors – for swimming, socialising, bathing, work and community events. We want to know what is important to you about the building and how we can make these stories come to life in an accessible, dynamic way.