Local girl chosen for literary honour.
Artists, poets, musicians and community representatives coming together to pay tribute.
A performance of poetry by students at Coventry University is taking place at a free event at the Herbert Art Gallery and Museum next week.
Plenty of comedy and much more.
University date for literary giant.
The Public will be hosting a special concert in memory of Black Country legend, poet and entertainer, Alfie, on 21st June.
But Laurence Inman’s ire drives him to new levels of toughness.
Laurence Inman is in a pensive mood, dogged by regrets.
With the age of literary correspondence dying, it seems more important than ever to provide spaces of warmth and comfort in which writers can not only retreat
A mixture of music, poetry and stories lined up for February at The Kitchen Garden Café
There are interesting connections between WH Auden, Iceland and Bournville. Laurence Inman explains…..
Next Sunday evening (January 6th) there is a fundraising cabaret evening being held at The Kitchen Garden Café, York Road, Kings Heath.
Explore the power of imagery in poetry, and the presence of words in art, on this unique poetry and art workshop
Laurence Inman remembers how he first engaged with TS Eliot.
Solihull School has taken a creative new approach to commemorating School events after appointing its first Poet Laureate.
As the year draws to its close, join award winning poet Holly Corfield Carr on a circular walk through the dramatic mythology and geology of the Roaches.
New events announced for Birmingham venues
Join poet & writer Helen Calcutt, in the breathtaking heathland of Cannock Chase.
Poet & writer Helen Calcutt has been appointed the Clent Hills Writer in Residence, under the volunteer scheme with the National Trust.
Laurence Inman has a ‘thing’ about Ezra, but doesn’t always quite get him.
Rising poetic talent Helen Calcutt is due to perform at this years’ Cheltenham Poetry Festival
Details have been announced for Birmingham’s commemoration of Holocaust Memorial Day
Comedy and family fun are on offer in the venues’ latest promotions.
Alan Clawley has been to Wales and wonders if the English are missing a trick.