Fumo cocktail bar and Italian ‘cicchetti’ restaurant in Birmingham city centre has struck gold in the national PAPA Awards 2012.
Minnesotan slowcore band Low are making a welcome return to the Glee Club Birmingham on Wednesday 24th April 2013, as part of a UK tour.
Islamic Relief volunteers and the Muslim community in the West Midlands have teamed up to organise a fundraising dinner in Birmingham this Sunday
The Public in West Bromwich is inviting budding comedians from across the Midlands to step up to the microphone, and take part in a unique comedy showcase, with the opportunity to win a £100 cash prize!
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Embrace the everyday – the mundane – the ordinary.
A new one for us. The Sun on the Hill on Bennetts Hill has an eclectic offering on Sunday 2nd December
The Leveson Inquiry has called for tougher press regulation. How about multi million pound fines or jail for the cynical magnates that run the tabloids? asks Richard Lutz
The English String Orchestra brings its annual Christmas Concert to Artrix on Saturday, December 8th.
Blackpool in November. Andy Munro’s watching the Blues.
The prestigious Ironbridge Lecture will this year be delivered by cultural object law specialist, Professor Norman Palmer QC on 5 December 2012.
Academics seeking refuge from war-torn countries are being given the opportunity to finish their studies at the University of Wolverhampton.
The popular soprano saxophonist Julian Smith makes a welcome return to Artrix on Friday, December 6th for a concert with a hint of Christmas.
Laurence Inman remembers how he first engaged with TS Eliot.
Sutton Park’s Donkey Assisted Therapy centre is inviting local people to its Christmas Fair on Saturday 8th December from 10.30am to 3pm.
Olympians Geraint Thomas and Steven Burke attended the Black Country University Technical College’s ‘Accelerate Live’ event last weekend, inspiring students to learn about science and engineering.
A ‘Question Time’ event featuring some of the region’s top business brains is taking place at Coventry University on Friday 30th November.
There were celebrations last night as Solihull hairdressers Sarah & Adrian Bowron of Aesthetics were awarded the title of Midlands Hairdresser of the Year at HJ’s prestigious British Hairdressing Awards, sponsored by Schwarzkopf Professional.
Meet Birmingham, the city’s official business tourism programme, welcomed 25 leading national buyers to its second annual Showcase event last week, impressing visitors with a comprehensive overview of the region’s conferencing credentials.
Talented students at the University of Wolverhampton are celebrating after beating off tough competition to win two prestigious film-making awards.
With less than one month to go until Christmas Day, Brindleyplace is helping to spread some Christmas cheer with its free family event ‘Brindleyplace Presents Christmas’, which will be held at the estate next week.
A pub theatre in Birmingham City Centre will be bringing 2011’s hit off-Broadway Christmas comedy to Birmingham theatre-goers this Christmas for its European Premiere.
Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre has announced that local business man Stewart Fergusson will be joining the team as Chairman of the Board of Directors.
As world leaders are soon to debate the effects of climate change at the UN Climate Change Conference in Doha, Islamic Relief is teaming up with the University of Birmingham for an event on November 29.
Workers at Birmingham Airport have rejected strike action, following a ballot by Unite over pay, which resulted in the majority of workers refusing to strike.
From a cinema in Palestine to a palace in Bucharest, and now to the Hub building at Coventry University – the world’s largest short film festival is visiting the West Midlands.
International sports legacy experts will convene at the University of Birmingham this week to discuss the rationale behind hosting global mega-events and their lasting impact.
Blues were TV stars on Saturday night. Or not, as Andy Munro explains.
Dave Woodhall reports from a waterlogged Villa Park.
Solihull School has taken a creative new approach to commemorating School events after appointing its first Poet Laureate.