2021 Festival

Saturday 6th March 2021 – Birmingham Vegan Festival – Edgbaston Cricket ground, Birmingham


If anyone is interested in holding a stall, giving at talk, a cooking demo, volunteering or helping us with promotion email festivals@farplace.org.uk events@farplace.org.uk, thanks!
Please spread the word, look forward to seeing you all in 2021.
Take care!

Mr. Bundle will be joining us!

A great day for all…

For families we have a special guest Mr. Bundle the Entertainer coming to do his NEW show, King of the Veg which is a fun way to learn about healthy eating! There are shows taking place throughout the day, so you won’t miss out. There will also be Interactive Story – Telling sessions with Puppets and a coloring area throughout the day.


11.00   The Great Chicken Mystery

11.45   We’re going on a Bear Hunt

12.30   The Guffalo Play – Puppet Show

1.15       The Owl & the Pussy-cat

2.00   We’re going on a Bear Hunt

2.45   The Guffalo Play – Puppet Show

3.30   Who’s afraid of the Dark?

Colouring table available all day!


Demo cooks needed

Do you have a easy vegan receipt you would like to share with our audience?
We are looking for Demo cooks at the Birmingham Vegan festival on the 6th March 2021 to show people how easy it is to live a vegan lifestyle.
If you can help , please email Kerri at festivals@farplace.org.uk or Bethany at events@farplace.org.uk
Thanks so much





Book a stall 2021

We are taking stall bookings for the festival on the 6th March 2021 at Edgbaston Cricket Ground , Birmingham . If you are would like to see a stall prospectus, just email Kerri at festivals@farplace.org.uk or Bethany at events@farplace.org.uk

Kerri Head of Events and Bethany Events manager

Welcome to the new Birmingham Vegan Festival website

 Birmingham vegan festival will take place on the 28th Match 2020, at Edgbaston Cricket ground, Birmingham.

Room 1

11:00 The plant-based nutrition: how it’s going to change your life

Olivier will present a high-energy, thought-provoking presentation to encourage your audience to adopt new concepts and conquer new challenges. They will be empowered with this powerful knowledge and tools that they can instantly put into practice to enhance their lives.

12:00 We are the last hope.

John has raised animals for food, killed many himself and led animals he raised onto the kill room floor of a slaughterhouse and watched what happens.

Covering many aspects within this talk, animal cruelty stats, our own health, the environment, John explains candidly his own journey into compassionate living and touches upon the spiritual aspect of oneness and how we need to change together to ensure a better world for all life.

An open, honest and candid approach with Q & A’s all the way through, this is one talk that will inspire you to want to change.

13:00 Veganism’s radical roots and possible futures Catherine Oliver (University of Birmingham)

45 mins + questions need more information

14:15 How do we spread the vegan message? The importance of active local groups

Why we need a network of local vegan outreach groups throughout the UK (and, indeed, the world), with such groups in every town, city, and in every suburb of large cities. Why the key to creating such a network is dynamic local leadership and why the involvement of the national pro-vegan organisations in the process is essential. Plus, practical tips on setting up and running a local vegan outreach group.


15:00 The Vegan Flag, The Definition of Veganism, and The Challenges of Veganism Today The main emphasis of it is to encourage contribution towards vegan outreach from all