… and some difficult choices to be made. Spend forty intimate moments and seek to discover where your principles lie and what your fundamentals of life and law really are.
This year sees the tenth anniversary of Birmingham’s free Galleries Night and Art Bus.
Six college students will be presenting their ideas to managers at a manufacturing firm following their success at ‘The Pitch’ competition hosted by the University of Wolverhampton.
Students from the city’s top performing arts, digital and creative academy are set to take to the stage with performances of musical classics at The Old Rep Theatre in Birmingham’s Southside district.
Birmingham Repertory Theatre and Black Country Touring bring their intimate, unique and tasty play to Wolverhampton in May.
Meal recipes promoted by celebrity chefs in Britain could be a hidden contributing factor to the country’s obesity epidemic and associated public health concerns, according to new research.
Media and creative professionals from across the West Midlands helped put Birmingham on the map as the new Carnival Capital last week, at a special event organised by the Birmingham Publicity Association (BPA).
Samsung Electronics has admitted for the first time that it uses tin in its products that’s destroying tropical forests, killing coral and wrecking the lives of communities
Birmingham City Mission asks supporters to hold ‘100 cake sales in June’
Breaking Stateside news by our hardnosed reporter Howard Elston (CBE) – US authorities have dropped the charges against a Mississippi man accused of sending letters poisoned with Barry Manilow music
On Thursday 2 May, Wolverhampton born singing sensation Jaki Graham will take to the stage at The Jam House
Thousands of small businesses are in line to benefit from more efficient payments after GoCardless announced its official launch in Birmingham yesterday.
The latest Duport Business Confidence Report reveals a sharp rise in net company growth last year in Walsall, suggesting a recovering local economy.
Audiences are invited to a gritty fly-on-the-wall World War I drama when the Lichfield Players present ‘My Boy Jack’ in the Garrick Studio next month.
An academic from Coventry University’s School of Art and Design is up for an illustrious award after his painting was selected for a top exhibition in London’s National Portrait Gallery.
Companies in Walsall owe over £2 million in unpaid business rates while the council makes cuts in public services and care for vulnerable people, claim Walsall’s Labour Group.
A free evening of live entertainment will be taking place at The Public on Saturday 27 April, as covers band, The Busby Babes, take to the stage.
New acts, old acts and some in between
Dave Woodhall talks to Courtney Pine ahead of the jazz legend’s Birmingham show at the weekend.
A couple from the Midlands are launching a unique venture on Warwickshire’s waterways, called Float by Boat
Three teenagers got more than expert advice when they visited a Black Country Apprenticeship showcase
Martin Longley sees Spiritualized compress their cosmic selves into a tiny Brooklyn DIY venue…
Andy Munro was at St Andrews to watch Blues take another step closer to safety.
Our court correspondent Sir Howard Elston (DOA) celebrates a right royal birthday.
The one movie to watch on UK tv this week? Richard Lutz points to a real winner buried in the schedules
Terry Wills on the Albion and some unsavoury happenings elsewhere.
John Challis, best known for playing ‘Boycie’ in hit BBC show, Only Fools and Horses, was at The Public in West Bromwich promoting his forthcoming show, ‘Only Fools and…Boycie’.
A new publication from CAMRA, The Campaign for Real Ale, highlights the hidden gems of British pub architecture with 270 pub interiors of outstanding historic interest.
Solihull School is celebrating an outstanding set of Oxford and Cambridge University offers
A West Midlands primary school is the latest to reopen as an academy under a new trust led by the University of Wolverhampton Social Enterprises Limited.