Richard Lutz takes his pew for a new comedy by the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Not quite a suicide note, but will Theresa May’s manifesto turn epic-sized victory into something rather less asks Steve Beauchampé?
Inspirational reward for changing the lives of others.
Airline returns after ten year absence.
Brindleyplace prepares to paint the town red in aid of Cure Leukaemia.
Richard Lutz reviews his seven days…this week in and out of museums.
Sir Howard Elston, our Mid East correspondent, outlines what will happen when Doughball Trump lands in Saudi Arabia for his first summit.
Richard Lutz takes his pew for the anthemic play about a kid who plays a mean pinball.
New Rep production brings football to the stage.
Recognition for Black Country training project.
Birmingham City Mission asks supporters to hold a cake sale in June.
Terry Wills write about Albion, two defeats and a final fling.
ICC celebrates cricket in the heart of the city.
Figures show extent of road casualties.
Rail company honour former Villa and England manager.
Birmingham-born artist to co-exhibit in city.
Birthplace of Winter Olympics gold medallist commemorated.
Innovative voting passport to help disabled people to vote in Birmingham.
Cure Leukaemia charity ride boosted by support from Gareth Southgate.
Aim to save businesses money and cut CO2 emissions.
Labour leader says he’s not a pacifist and runs down cameraman to prove it. Steve Beauchampé reports.
Will heroes beat the villains on the big screen at Brindleyplace?
Jewellery Quarter gears up for weekend of music.
New schedules herald return to airport.
Dave Woodhall looks back with little fondness at Villa in 2016-17.
Andy Munro looks back at Blues’ season.
Richard Lutz gets lost in Shakespeare country.
Cosmetics, creams and powders. Sheilagh Matheson experiments to discover what works and what doesn’t.
Road safety lessons help teach safety to younger pupils.
Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice’s Enchanted Midsummer Walk returns for its second year.