Join poet & writer Helen Calcutt, in the breathtaking heathland of Cannock Chase.
Experiences at school can be formative in many ways. Laurence Inman shares one of his.
A packed week of shows on the Belgrade Theatre’s Main Stage will help to chase away the winter blues this November
‘Make Do and Mend’ is an exhibition by award winning photojournalist Alison Baskerville. The exhibits will be on show at The Lake Side gallery, The Custard Factory, Digbeth, over Remembrance weekend.
Tammy Facey, in her very own unique style, brings us an insight into Pickles of Harborne
Brandon Lewis outlined the Government’s proposed changes to planning regulations at a Breakfast Briefing
No.1 Traveller will open its latest lounge – and its first outside London – at Birmingham Airport tomorrow.
The REP is bringing theatre to a very different kind of venue when it stages its latest performance in a restaurant in the heart of the city’s Chinatown.
Birmingham Science Park’s LAUNCH Conference will see a digital gaming company awarded £25,000, plus the opportunity to develop its winning concept for PlayStation Mobile in conjunction with Sony.
A series of visually stunning exhibitions are set to light up The Public in West Bromwich this winter, including work by cutting edge video artists, AntiVJ.
After its very successful first visit to Artrix earlier this year, The Demon Barbers return to the Arts Centre in Bromsgrove
Birmingham’s independent publisher, Tindal Street Press, sold to a London firm. What didn’t happen to allow it to flourish?
An American tells her story of how the US health insurance system refused to cover her husband’s stroke and almost left her broke
Leading regional airline welcomes high profile business leaders and award-winning cheese-makers for a taste of its brand new daily service between Birmingham and Schiphol airport.
Andy Munro on Blues’ win at Leeds.
Dave Woodhall has a familiar feeling while talking about Villa’s draw with Norwich.
Conference goers at St John’s Hotel, Solihull, will benefit from the latest projection equipment, which has been installed in its premier conference venue as part of a complete refurbishment.
Due to an unprecedented busy period at the cinema, additional bar staff are needed.
Labour councillors are demanding Walsall Council’s coalition cabinet spell out the consequences of the biggest round of cuts in the authority’s history.
Fearful favourites Victorian specialist theatre company “Don’t Go into the Cellar!” are bringing a Halloween horror show that’s good enough to eat to The Old Joint Stock
Growing demand for tool transfers is helping a UK precision component manufacturer expand and take on more staff.
Howard Elston (OBE) – our award winning Downing Street editor – reports that the Tories will launch a new round of cutbacks this week with an announcement they will ban aspiration in anyone under the age of 25.
A new exhibition of black and white photos shows Birmingham in a new light.
“Who is responsible for recording and documenting the names of the dead?”, asks NATO Watch director Ian Davis
Ash dieback disease has been identified in Norfolk. The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country is appealing for help spotting the spread of the infection.
Dave Woodhall meets a comedian, and much more.
Birmingham Repertory Theatre heads downstream to the riverbank this Christmas for a new production of Alan Bennett’s wonderful stage adaptation of The Wind In The Willows
Cogent Elliott, one of the UK’s leading integrated creative agencies, has developed a powerful advertisement for the National Association of People Abused in Childhood (NAPAC), based upon the Jimmy Savile revelations.
Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker is a seasonal highlight for many and, this year, the acclaimed CBSO Youth Orchestra and the stunning voices of the CBSO Children’s Chorus join forces for an exhilarating performance.
A black comedy, sprinkled with Dusty lyrics and coated with a song or two