Updates from Provide — digbeth

It's going to be a busy weekend

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If you've been in to the shop recently, you may have noticed that we're pretty busy at the moment. So busy in fact, that it's 10pm on our second birthday and I've only just got around to blogging about it. Apologies if you weren't paying attention to social media and missed the great offer we ran today to say thanks for the support over the last two years (if you're reading this before midnight UK time, you can still cash in). To mark our second birthday we've produced two limited edition prints (just 25 of each), on 300gsm recycled A3 board...

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Hivve

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Tonight sees the launch of Hivve, a monthly party hosted by the team behind Social Underground, and FACE residents Bunny and Lopaski at Digbeth's newest venue, Nextdoor. For their first event, they are launching with a bang, with Circo Loco favourite Clive Henry and Alex Arnout (Dogmatic Records), and support from Bunny and Lopaski.Nextdoor is a really exciting and intimate new venue, with a capacity of 300 and a Martin Audio Soundsystem topped off with incredible 3D visual mapping, it really has to be experienced first hand. Doors open at 10pm. Keep an eye on the Facebook page for future events.

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Secret Walls x Birmingham

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Secret Walls is a live illustration battle series that takes place in various cities around the world. Two competing artists are given 90 minutes and can only use black markers on white walls - no sketches, no pencils.  We're really pleased to be supporting Secret Walls x Birmingham this year, and the overall winner will take home £100 of PROVIDE clothing. The battles take place over the next seven weeks at Boxxed, just a few minutes away from our shop. Information about tonights inaugural battle can be found on Facebook. Hope to see you there!   

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PROVIDE does Digbeth

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The best thing about running PROVIDE is the huge range of people I get to interact with on a daily basis. What's been really interesting since opening last year is seeing just how broad the backgrounds, interests and careers of our customers are. I've never tried to label the brand, or align it with any specific culture or activity. By not excluding anyone, we've seen people treat the brand like a blank canvas, and take ownership of the pieces they buy, instead of having a 'lifestyle' prescribed to them by us. It's great to see DJs, painters, cyclists, filmmakers, bar...

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DIY 3

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Here's the final little clip. Come back tomorrow for the full edit!

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