America’s leading independent urban soul artist Eric Roberson returns to Birmingham with his full live band showcasing fresh tunes from his new LP.
The show won an Olivier Award for Best New Musical and made the move to the US in 2008 where it continues to run on Broadway.
Good music for a good cause is on offer at the local Barber this coming Saturday says Steve Beauchampé.
Saturday, September 3rd affords what is expected to be the last opportunity for the public to see inside the 100-year old Bournville Lane Baths.
Roll up and rock on as the Home of Metal Black Country Weekender comes to your town!
Here’s how the Council operates. First it decides what it wants to do. Then it fits the facts around its decision.
It’s been a dramatic week for the Blues. Andy Munro looks back at it.
Tribute acts mostly. Well, it is Bank Holiday week.
Dave Woodhall muses over the goings-on at Villa Park
Steve Beauchampé reports on the latest outing for Arsenal and their loveable manager Arsene Whinger.
TOP reporter Howard Elston gives us his eye witness account from Libya on a last ditch shoot-out with an autocratic dictator The sound of desperate gunfire, a bunker engulfed in flames and the panic of a defeated and crumbling army- that’s the setting as I crouch behind a stone wall hearing the whine of tracer bullets…
As the last Bank Holiday of the summer, this weekend is one of the busiest getaway weekends of the year.
Asbestos delays re-opening of Moseley Road Baths
A live specimen of the world’s most deadly spider was captured in a Coventry warehouse on Monday
Assistance for local businesses affected by the recent riots has been unveiled.
Whether it’s X Factor winners or prog rock veterans, we’ve got news for you.
The UK Government has seen sense in calling for an end to the “epidemic of excuses” wrongly citing health and safety
Terry Wills on progress at the Hawthorns.
Dave Woodhall on last night’s visit of Hereford United to Villa Park.
Bluenosed Andy Munro is starting to worry a little after his team’s defeat at Middlesbrough.
Alan Clawley has been delving in the warehouse that stores the hidden treasures of Birmingham’s remarkable past.
A new report has shown how young footballers in the city are receiving improved grant aid.
Much less bovver with an ‘over?
A night of amazing live music performed by some of the finest unsigned artists in the UK as well as breakthrough artists
Theatre company Don’t Go Into The Cellar plan to give Birmingham Central Library’s Shakespeare Memorial Room a horrifyingly good send-off….
Dave Woodhall’s been to the cinema.
The name ‘Small Heath’ is well-known wherever you go and a surprising number of Brummies will tell you that they were born and brought up there
mac birmingham re-opened just over a year ago
Dave Woodhall is enlisting your help.
New talent, tributes and an all-time great.