The Digbeth branch of the Grand Union canal will be a hive of activity during the Warwick Bar Summer Fete this July. A flotilla of narrow boats and a floating market will become the central hub for the day of festivities which boasts great food, craft activities, and stalls selling plants, antiques and more. Dance performances, street art and feminist exhibitions also feature with many of the activities extending to the various venues dotted along the canal-side. A pipe organ performance and 'show and tell' by musician and roboticist Sarah Angliss will take place at Vivid Projects, while a family print workshop led by artist Andrew Gillespie and inspired by Fay Nicolson's work is happening at Grand Union. Other highlights include raw food cookery classes with Edible Eastside and guided walks along the waterway.