Football boss takes on challenge to help beat killer disease.
Terry Wills watches the new musical dealing with the life of glam rocker Marc Bolan.
Music, dance and an X Factor presenter are all coming up.
Richard Lutz continues his coverage of the International Dance Festival Birmingham.
Dream opening for booksellers.
Return to Rep for acclaimed production.
Birmingham’s Director of Public Health says the government should act immediately.
Impressive turnout for charity ride.
Influential act set to mark quarter-century.
Royal Shakespeare Company and local training group to run event where students will learn about creative and cultural careers.
Opportunities for young cinemagoers to influence future production.
From our ecclesiastical editor Sir Howard Elston.
Dave Woodhall on Villa’s continued slump.
A charity concert has raised £700 for the Edgbaston-based charity Ammalife.
Richard Lutz on the coming’s week’s TV films.
Andy Munro despairs at St Andrews.
Gordon Harley reminds us that size doesn’t matter.
Terry Wills reviews the touring dance sensation.
Richard Lutz casts an eye on the latest of the city’s festivals.
Region’s showcase of ambitions sees 50% increase in media profile.
Performing arts students from Coventry University’s School of Art and Design will be showcasing their work from next week as part of the University’s annual Degree Show.
The latest shows to be announced.
Rockin’ bluesman Larry Miller storms the Robin tonight. Martin Longley caught his combustion up in York…
Terry Wills on Albion’s televised match at the Etihad.
Coming up at Bromsgrove’s top venue.
Dave Woodhall on Villa’s week.
Andy Munro holds his head in despair at St Andrews.
Andy Munro on Blues’ defeat in Nottingham.
RICHARD LUTZ CHECKS THE TV LISTINGS. AND COMES OUT TRUMPS.
Erdington’s MP Jack Dromey saw for himself how Willmott Dixon Partnerships Opening Doors programme has been giving practical help to jobseekers in Birmingham.