Richard Lutz reviews his past seven days; the loss of a neighbour and a forgotten church in a small valley.
Birmingham woman aims for Miss England success.
Homeless charity asks supporters to hold a cake sale in June.
Czech artist brings long-lost English tradition back to Birmingham.
Tickets will be available from citywide locations.
Success and word premieres for young actors.
City has seen the largest growth in visitors outside London.
Bowie tribute night to form part of Digbeth First Friday.
Fairground owners team up with ambulance service to provide defibrillator help.
Birmingham shopping park fashionistas announced.
Expansion for software design house.
West Midlands lead national export orders increase.
Unique musical celebrations across the region.
Move further strengthens bank’s links with city.
Flybe’s selection of regional French toutes take off.
Richard Lutz watches Shakespearean power usurped by chaotic insanity at The Birmingham Rep
Wizz Air makes more of central and eastern Europe accessible from Birmingham.
Walking Football tournament kicks off at Molineux.
Make the most of your summer half term with The Old Rep.
Richard Lutz reviews the past seven days in his city.
Tickets now on public sale for premieres and old favourites.
BCMG artist given Queen’s Medal for Music.
Technical showcase returns to city venue.
Extra attractions laid on for school holidays.
Steve Beauchampé is off to find some ear plugs.
Richard Lutz rifles through the week’s TV movie listings and things get a wee bit hazy.
Community green space, launches at the Old Print Works.
Alan Clawley calls for buildings to serve their purpose.
Andy Munro would like some straight answers.
Coffin Works knocks Houses of Parliament into second place.
A day of performance, workshops & debates hosted by Work in Progress.