Discount culture card offering deals and money off major attractions to be launched in city

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Get discounts to Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, Warwick Castle, Botanical Gardens, Glee Club and more by using Culture Card

A Birmingham culture card project is starting soon and will offer discounts on most prominent attractions such as Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, Glee Hub and Warwick Castle.

The price of the Culture Card will be £12.95, annually, and will give a chance for Brummies to get discounts for 30 destinations, from culture, arts to heritage.

In the beginning, offers will include 50{4fdb5acd4891bace33ada2338e55dfcfb4968d3d0c3ddd4319d06b6e16894e20} discount on tickets at the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust; 40 {4fdb5acd4891bace33ada2338e55dfcfb4968d3d0c3ddd4319d06b6e16894e20} discount for tickets to Warwick Castle; 50{4fdb5acd4891bace33ada2338e55dfcfb4968d3d0c3ddd4319d06b6e16894e20} discount on tickets at Birmingham Botanical Gardens; 20{4fdb5acd4891bace33ada2338e55dfcfb4968d3d0c3ddd4319d06b6e16894e20} off annual passes to Ironbridge and Birmingham Museums; and 25{4fdb5acd4891bace33ada2338e55dfcfb4968d3d0c3ddd4319d06b6e16894e20} off selected shows at Glee Club.

After the card is launched on 6th July, additional discounts will be announced.
The whole ‘Culture Card’ project has been created by an organisation which celebrates the heritage and culture of the Midlands and Birmingham through historic photographs called Brumpic.

Founder of Brumpic, David Oram said: “We are very enthusiastic about starting the region’s first Culture Card.” “We’ve got the top legacy and cultural destinations onboard, and are offering something quite special to residents and visitors to the region. Not only do cardholders get great discounts at the destinations, but they will also be able to enjoy some exclusive events.”

Brumpic was created by Mr Oram in 2013 who has over 155 000 followers on social media platforms.

His other achievement was the Nicklin Unseen exhibition in 2015, which he launched, that consisted of over 50 photos captured in period 1953-1969 by Phyllis Nicklinbetween, a lecturer at the University of Birmingham, and for this exhibition, mr Oram received a national award.

Mr David Oram founded their incredible photographs while he was employed at the university.

The ‘Culture Card’ follows the idea of its predecessor ‘The Independent Birmingham Loyalty Card’ which was launched in 2015 by Joe Schuppler and was enabling cardholders to receive a discount while using the services of independent restaurants and shops.

Mr Oram said: “The Culture Card will work in the same way. We wanted to ensure Brummies get the best of what the region has to offer at a good value.”

The ‘Culture Card’ is valid for one year and can be bought at www.culturecard.uk at a price of £12.95 and you can receive a discount for buying two cards and get them for £20. To learn more visit the website.

The first 200 persons that buy the Culture Card will get a limited edition Brumpic pin badge. The sale of the Culture Cards will start on July the 6th at the website.

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