Tickets are now on sale for 2012's Birmingham Book Festival, which runs from October 4-13.
Highlights include Caitlin Moran in conversation with Stuart Maconie and Simon Armitage (below) talking about his new book, Walking Home.
Full programme of events.
Elle online gave Staying Cool at the Rotunda a rave review this month. Elle said:
City centre stays don't come much cooler than Staying Cool Birmingham. At the top of the city's iconic Rotunda building, the 26 serviced crashpads are done out in a minimal, Space Odyssey style in keeping with the listed 60s setting, and furnished with bright pink Lou Rota Polymorph chairs, Tom Dixon felt lamps, Naughtone sofas in dark grey and retro photos of models by Nick Smith. "Hotels?" they seem to say, "So passé"
You can read the full review here.
June 2013Staying Cool at the Rotunda
""..our apartment was equipped with a fully functioning kitchen, replete with oranges for juicing, a juicer, coffee grounds for grinding, a coffee machine, and the most swaggy open-plan living room, framed by a seemingly endless view..."" Wonderland Magazine
"Self catering couldn't be more groovy." The Telegraph's Stella magazine
"..brilliant either for a short break with kids or just for a night or weekend away without them if your batteries need recharging." The Baby Website