Roisin Conaty is an Edinburgh Comedy Award winner and star of BBC Three’s Impractical Jokers – and she’s on in Birmingham
A website promoting accessibility for wheelchair users and those with reduced mobility has been launched by a University of Wolverhampton graduate in partnership with a Paralympics gold medal winner.
The football season’s coming to an end and, at the Hawthorns, Terry Wills is starting to think it can’t come too soon.
Funknight, Bill Bailey, Joanne Shaw Taylor and Fascinating Aida appearing in Birmingham
The number of foreign investments into Birmingham has risen by more than half in the last 12 months as a result of the city’s continued drive to attract more inward investment
Birmingham LGBT has added a new sports and fitness studio to its thriving Health and Wellbeing Centre in Birmingham’s Southside district.
Laurence Inman is a lot fitter than he looks. Certainly fit enough to assault his telly – again!
Enterprising students from Coventry University’s Business School have been coming up with ideas to make the city centre a better place to socialise with friends and family.
They’re all at it in Cosi Fan Tutte. Everyone’s in it for themselves in this delicious production of the Mozart piece at Warwick Arts Centre, says Richard Lutz