To mark the launch of Climate Week 2012 (12-18 Mar), mac birmingham will be screening The Age of Stupid
Birmingham Friends of the Earth present the ‘City of the Future’ event, 20th March at Birmingham’s Council House
Equator’s WOW – Women of the World Music Competition 2012 is open for applications!
Live ‘hackgate’ debate to mark launch of new book on the state of British journalism
Sanitised cities designed for buildings and not for people. Are these what ‘we’ want?
The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and The Black Country is looking for primary schools across the Black Country to get involved with Yellow Fish
Coventry University invites West Midlands businesses to an Open Innovation Masterclass
British Heart Foundation is offering lessons in ‘stayin alive’ this Friday at Solihull’s Mell Square.
They say it’s good to talk – and this week marks the sixth anniversary that Coventry University has been welcoming high profile speakers through its doors
BBC Stargazing and Dark Sky Discovery West Midlands invites you to two Regional Showcase Events
Coventry University’s Faculty of Engineering and Computing realise that Lego is not just a toy, but an excellent learning tool.
Road, Rail and Air – all routes will lead to Best of Britain & Ireland at the NEC, Birmingham
A one-day workshop will bring together world leaders in the field of emergency response to present and discuss new ways to manage urban-based crises and hazards.
Carol Towns has been to the NEC.
Ent wives may still be hard to find but Tolkien’s playground has benefited from a cash donation
To celebrate their Centenary year, Woman’s Weekly will be staging the first ever Make & Take area with Birmingham bakery Frost & Snow
Artists and Christmas shoppers will be in their element at the NEC this week
Companies will be able to experience a taste of Birmingham’s vibrant digital scene at ‘2DigitalDays’,
LWM launch of Green Deal & Fuel Poverty report
Children’s TV favourites, Numberjacks, are leaving the sofa for the very first time and making their way to Coventry
Some of the Midlands top young talent will be showcased in a major competition later this month
Martin Longley reports back, a bit late in the day, from the global swirl that is the WOMAD festival…
Birmingham United Nations Association invite guests to attend a talk on press freedom.
News of a new film event in Birmingham: West Midlands Human Rights Film Festival 2011
Theatre company Don’t Go Into The Cellar plan to give Birmingham Central Library’s Shakespeare Memorial Room a horrifyingly good send-off….
mac birmingham re-opened just over a year ago
This summer The Public is set to come alive with activity, as a host of entertaining workshops, inspirational exhibitions and fun-filled events
Lots going on with the Home of Metal….. including DIY instrument and fanzine making, t-shirt decorating workshops, film screenings and a bat walk
The first ever Birmingham Cannon Hill Park Community Games takes place on Sunday 24th July
“I’m really proud to be a Brummie and to call Birmingham my home,….” Tony Iommi, Black Sabbath