World premiere of Mariposa, a queer tragedy inspired by Puccini’s Madame Butterfly.
City centre to host free family extravaganza.
Thrilling programme marks the return of live festival after online summer edition.
Joint venture to launch Coventry City of Culture festival.
Centre for Advanced Training for South Asian and Contemporary styles ready for September’s intake.
New arrivals to boost Birmingham cultural project.
Summer schedule of pop-up events announced to welcome people back to Brindleyplace.
Online summer and live autumn programmes to take place throughout the city.
Two-part festival aiming to make up for lost time.
Outdoor arts and engineering combine for Daimler Powerhouse building handover.
Simon Hale enjoys the latest digital offering from the CBSO.
Free outdoor photographic exhibition in the centre of the city.
June season announced to include world premiere of Birmingham’s own ballet.
Great Barr dance school continues through the current lockdown.
£1 million awarded by Spirit of 2012 to deliver ground-breaking mass participation dance programme.
Global audience reached for West Midlands arts organisations via digital programmes.
Online dance sessions programme for older adults launched.
Save A Seat raises funds For Birmingham Rep and Birmingham Royal Ballet.
Free online arts festival set to attract international music, dance and crafts.
Jessica Harris enjoys the latest online offering.
Hip hop dance artists announced for new Roaming Dance commission for BIDF21.
Jennifer Saunders announced for Sister Act at Birmingham Hippodrome.
Save A Seat this Christmas to raise funds for Birmingham Rep and Birmingham Royal Ballet.
Richard Lutz remembers a dozen years of reviewing Midland performances.
“Christmas is not cancelled” as adapted version of classic goes on sale.
Birmingham dance is back and it’s a joy, says Jessica Harris.
£600,000 awarded through Spirit of 2012 collaboration with Birmingham 2022.
New socially distanced outdoor festival celebrates creativity and connection.
More than forty initiatives now receiving Games programme funding.
New partnership for Birmingham’s eminent cultural names.