In what can only be described as the most exciting year the UK has ever seen, British Cycling’s Breeze Network is on the hunt for inspirational women to become the next generation of Breeze champions in Birmingham.
A quirky fundraising project dreamt up by Birmingham-based music charity Sound It Out has the glitterati of the UK’s entertainment industry flocking to support it.
On Friday 11 May a hilarious and touching play about two of Britain’s most colourful wrestlers, heads to The Public in West Bromwich.
Birmingham has been recognised as one of the best places for businesses to invest by international locations title, Site Selection.
Folk-rock band Levellers release their tenth studio album, Static On The Airwaves, on 25 June 2012 through their own On The Fiddle Recordings.
We all need a good laugh at the moment, don’t we? Leading local theatre company Lichfield Players promise you just that in their next play, Wedding of the Year by Norman Robbins, which takes to the stage later this month.
Direct from London’s West End, renowned actresses Anita Dobson and Greta Scacchi are making their way to Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre in Bette and Joan on the Main Stage from Mon 14 to Sat 19 May.
Coventry University student group Hogwash Theatre will be bringing its new show – The Vegetable Plot – to the city in May as part of the School of Art and Design’s Performing Arts festival, SPECTRUM 2012.
Martin Longley checks out a completely coincidental run of codger’n’stripling twosomes…
Both Paul McGrath and Michael Rosewall lead English Touring Opera musicians through Barber of Seville and Eugene Onegin for the next two weeks in both University of Warwick and Cheltenham’s Everyman Theatre.