Festival of Queer Arts & Culture returns to Birmingham for 2018.
Coming up at the Robin 2.
People’s Collection arrives at The Hive.
Expanded Christmas menu and top-notch comedy line-ups at city centre venue.
Richard Lutz peeks into two churches on walks near Birmingham.
Andy Munro watches Blues’ impressive form continue with a 3-1 win against Sheffield Wednesday.
Dave Woodhall tries to find consolation in Villa’s 1-0 defeat at QPR.
Holidaymakers urged to carry out post-Brexit ‘MOT’.
Brendon Batson opens new hospice shop in Bearwood.
Christmas and New Year is all wrapped up at Marco Pierre White’s Level 25.
Contracts boost delivers perfect birthday present for Mechatronic Solutions.
Bequest will provide scholarships for talented pupils.
Spectacular celebration helps commemorate work of children’s hospice.
Foundation degree on offer at Bournville.
Fundraising hots up with coronation of curry champions.
Blues’ good form continues with a 2-1 win against Reading. Andy Munro was watching.
Dave Woodhall reports as Villa go down 2-1 at Norwich.
Richard Lutz views a one-woman show that explores how colonialism poisoned a pristine world.
Theatre Absolute present Sphere, the culmination of a project.
World premiere produced by DanceXchange and commissioned by Sky Arts through Art 50.
Inaugural Midlands Beauty Industry Awards to be presented.
Norwegian jazz pianist Tord Gustavsen talks about his latest project.
Fully paid-for STEM degree scholarship by Millennium Point available.
Birmingham Jazz have announced a radical new festival.
Older people and children benefit from being together at Longbridge Retirement Village.
Comedy night welcomes Britain’s Got Talent star.
Ofsted praise for third consecutive report.
Villa beat Swansea 1-0 on a memorable afternoon at Villa Park, with Dave Woodhall taking note.
Richard Lutz takes to the streets filled with anti-Brexit protesters and latte.
Brian Donaldson talks to comic Simon Evans.