Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre is being taken off the stage and into some unique settings within Coventry and Warwickshire, in order to meet new people and reach new audiences.
Staff from the University of Wolverhampton have once again taken to the putting greens to raise over £1,000 for local charities.
Hundreds of community members joined forces at The Public yesterday to demonstrate their support for the West Bromwich arts centre
Birmingham’s Staying Cool at the Rotunda has won a Silver Award at the prestigious VisitEngland Awards for Excellence 2013 Ceremony.
A diverse selection of short films from students at Coventry School of Art and Design will be screened in the city in June.
Local music festival set up to raise money for charity
Film maker and Photojournalist Pogus Caesar to showcase a unique exhibition entitled “Reggae Kinda Sweet” from 3rd July to August 31st in Birmingham
Some people are just so off-message. Laurence Inman is one of those people.
Go West, Hue and Cry, The Christians, KT Tunstall, Only Men Aloud and then it’s Christmas!!
Terry Wills is still trying to get over Sunday at the Hawthorns.
Volunteers recently helped rejuvenate a garden for pupils at Broadmeadow Junior School in Kings Norton.
Over 1000 employees from across the West Midlands swapped their usual job at work for a day giving something back to their local community and schools recently.
Man City teaming up with baseball’s New York Yankess? Richard Lutz raises an eyebrow
Artists from across the West Midlands will have the opportunity to exhibit and sell their art within mac birmingham’s prestigious first floor art gallery.
The UK’s best known and most authorative film critic, Mark Kermode, is to celebrate his 50th birthday with the CBSO as they perform music from the films that have inspired him.
The mysterious Black Country ‘ghostwriter’, known simply as AJW, has backed The Public in West Bromwich.
Birmingham is gearing up for a very special musical experience.
Old, new and something in between
Birmingham Airport: Awarded ‘Airport of the Year’ at the Global AirRail Awards 2013.
Keith Vaz MP, Anish Kapoor and East End Foods among the winners
The Consumer Prices Index (CPI) grew by 2.4% in the year to April 2013, down from 2.8% in March.
St Matthew’s Church deserves to be recognised as one of Birmingham’s star architectural attractions, believes Alan Clawley.
People from across Birmingham are being asked to vote for their favourite films to be shown during the second annual Brindleyplace Outdoor Film Festival.
This October, award-winning British comic, Gina Yashere, will heading to The Public in West Bromwich, part of a rare nationwide tour.
Artrix welcomes Chris Cox the mind reader who can’t read minds
A £1.4m University of Wolverhampton scheme funded by the Government to help economic growth and job creation is now inviting grant bids from regional businesses.
Barometer reveals 12-month high in West Midlands manufacturing SME confidence
Birmingham-based building services provider J S Wright has taken a lead within the industry by launching its own Foremen’s Academy
Dave Woodhall sees Villa sign off 2012-13 with less than a bang.
A new study programme at Coventry University is set to become the first in the country to offer an accredited qualification to practitioners working in the cosmetic enhancement industry.