An extremely varied range of new shows has been announced by the city centre venues – Including John Barrowman
The Arts Council wielded its axe today in response to the government demand to chop back spending in the cultural world.
The Public in West Bromwich have recently launched a new initiative to help teachers from the across region….
Coalition air strikes will continue until the Gaddafi regime tumbles, an inside defence source has told me in a shock exclusive interview.
With no Premier League fixtures to look back on, Terry Wills concentrates on Albion’s upcoming home clash with Liverpool.
There’s good news for local jazz fans following the latest round of grant applications.
Former Strangler and now solo artist Hugh Cornwell talks exclusively to The Birmingham Press.
Sandwell Arts Trust heard this morning that it has been unsuccessful in its application to the Arts Council for National Portfolio funding
With government backed Feed in Tariffs set to rise in April there is unlikely to be a better time to jump on the home-generated energy bandwagon that seems to be rumbling across the country.
Opposition continues to grow to London Midland’s plans to reduce staffing levels at their stations.
This Easter a number of fun-filled workshops will take place at The Public
A new report has made recommendations aimed at reducing crime and improving community involvement. Dave Woodhall believes it may have the opposite effect.
Just a couple of gigs at the Assembly this week, but they’re both top quality.
Dr Ian Davis from NATO Watch once again provides details and summary of what’s happening with the campaign in Libya.
Birmingham city council are urging residents to make sure they are eligible to vote in upcoming elections.
LibDem councillor apologises to Respect Party councillor
This week at Bilston’s finest.
Imran Yusuf, will be heading to The Public on Saturday 16 April as part of his eagerly awaited debut tour.
On Saturday 2nd April some of the region’s top authorities on voting reform will gather in Kings Heath, Birmingham, to present their perspectives
The city of Birmingham turned purple on Friday to raise awareness for Epilepsy
We’ve been to the cinema again, this time to see Roman drama The Eagle.
One of the world’s biggest car makers is celebrating its partnership with a local university with a display of eco-friendly transport.
Martin Longley pursues six-string troubadour action in Manhattan and Brooklyn…
The Science Museum has just opened its ‘newest’ exhibit – a re-creation of James Watt’s Soho workshop with all its contents as found in 1924. Sadly it isn’t in Birmingham’
If the rise in British university fees and the cap on numbers is off-putting studying at home then perhaps budding academics should head for India
Cities, towns and villages all over the country, including communities in West Midlands, are joining together to celebrate this year’s launch of ‘RHS Britain in Bloom’
The Birmingham Press has 5 pairs of tickets to give away to to the first five entrants who can name the singer with The Prodigy
Visitors to some of Birmingham’s most popular attractions will have to pay from next month.
If you’ve an interest in the area’s greatest musical export, read on.
The case for allowing football supporters to stand at games is back in the news. But as Dave Woodhall reports, it has little chance of happening.