Black Country School Partnership Games return after eighteen months of virtual activity.
Originality is the key on Friday evening.
Dave Woodhall doesn’t watch Villa losing to Wolves.
Andy Munro watches Blues go down to the Albion.
Hidden histories of Birmingham’s Windrush generation made available to all.
Donuts premieres ahead of UK tour.
Rockers old and new are upcoming at Bilston’s finest.
More top-quality jazz at 1,000 Trades.
Political correspondent to speak at Press Club event.
The latest release from Birmingham legends to be is out now.
Battle of the Blues to take place at St Andrews.
Your opportunity to take the baton and conducting the renowned orchestra.
Everyone’s favourite festive rockers return for December date.
Joe Costello witnesses Nick Cave & Warren Ellis at Symphony Hall.
Richard Nevin ventures afar to catch Steve Hackett.
Dave Woodhall on Villa’s defeat at Spurs.
Andy Munro sees Blues go 3-0 down to Nottingham Forest.
Find out about the world’s first great Shakespeare library.
Family-friendly frights by day, nerve-jangling scares after dark.
Recognition for county FA’s sustainability programme.
Media focus on racist in court will “remind people to behave” on nights out.
Andy Munro watches Blues go down at Queens Park Rangers.
Simon Hale watches the Birmingham Hippodrome production of Hairspray.
Legendary Birmingham blues venue hits the Black Country.
Andy Munro issues a pre-festive plea.
Sell-outs as more shows added.
Midlands Arts Centre re-connects older generations with art.
Classic pop meets top-level jazz on Friday evening.
Local hero announces Christmas date.
Andy Munro watches Blues draw at home to Preston.