Richard III Royal Shakespeare Theatre Stratford on Avon from Richard Lutz You can’t separate history from art. When Shakespeare wrote Richard III in about 1592, he was always looking over his shoulder- or rather above his shoulder- at what the monarch and her cronies thought. It had to be that way. Otherwise your…
Brindleyplace will be bringing all things hot and spicy to the city with the second annual Birmingham Chilli Festival on Friday 13th and Saturday 14th July.
The Midlands created more employment from foreign direct investment (FDI) than any other region in the UK 2011, according to Ernst & Young’s latest UK Attractiveness Survey.
With the Eurozone crumbling and billions being allocated to bank bailouts, financial stability might seem out of reach.
Alan Clawley with the background story of Birmingham’s Central Library building, proposals for its retention and details of a new petition to save it.
Al Lewis is a singer-songwriter from North Wales whose sound is reminiscent of the classic singer-songwriters of the ’70s delivered with a modern twist.