Gordon Harley reckons you only need to give a little to make a big difference.
Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre is exploring the stigma that surrounds HIV and AIDS in its brand new production Close to Home, which will be performed by the Belgrade’s Black Youth Theatre in B2 from Weds 11 to Sat 14 July.
This Saturday – 7th July – Samuel Mascote and his Cordao de Ouro Birmingham team will march a huge street demonstration from the Custard Factory at 2pm, culminating in a 100-strong Berimbau (Afro-Brazilian drum) performance in front of Birmingham Cathedral at 2.15pm.
Brindleyplace is challenging visitors to take part in a chilli-eating competition as part of the second annual Birmingham Chilli Festival, which returns to the city on Friday 13th and Saturday 14th July.
Sampad South Asian arts will be holding its summer arts mela at Arena Theatre Wolverhampton on Saturday 14 July
Glee welcome the return of the wonderful Beth Orton, performing 2 special acoustic concerts later this year.
Coventry University will be launching a new short course focusing on the trafficking of human beings, as part of their extensive CPD programme next month.
With the Great British Summer just around the corner, Birmingham is readying itself for the annual invasion of jazz bands and jazz fans from all over the UK and from abroad.
“It isn’t often that the star of a show is the costume designer. But Eloise Kazan has fashioned beautiful outfits for this play”, writes Richard Lutz
Home ownership is no longer just a dream for one young couple who have now bought their first property together at Taylor Wimpey Midlands’ stunning Highfield Gardens development in Edgbaston, Birmingham.