“Deliciously entertaining” cookery comedy play coming to Birmingham.
Event aims to celebrate diversity in response to anti-LGBTQ protests.
Crescent to stage production of adapted classic.
Picnic and a play to show the effects of sea pollution.
Gaming reporter required to rove around the NEC.
Young artists urged to picture special moments in art competition.
Hotel seeks budding young writers for its new bedtime story book.
Richard Lutz – with help from eleven year old Finn – checks out a Christmas cracker.
Richard Lutz takes to the Yellow Brick Road.
Richard Lutz chats with eight year-old Stan about The Nutcracker at the Hippodrome.
Christmas cheer for all at arts centre.
Birmingham firm proves we’re all still (Bash Street) kids at heart.
Surprise visit boosts patients and families.
Auditions taking place for local cast members.
There’s a host of family events at Artrix throughout the half-term holiday.
Pertemps Education Network and Aviva boost Conies child safety campaign.
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Family fun for the holidays.
Appeal in aid of NSPCC to mark the occasion.
Family cinema fun not for the faint-hearted.
Plenty for all at Bromsgrove’s arts centre.
Birmingham children to perform at Crescent theatre.
Young authors celebrate the launch of their reimagined FairITales.
Safety campaign goes on tour.
Mr Silly Pancake flips to the moon!
Big Sleuth set to bid a fond farewell.
Try something new at the Bromsgrove arts centre.
All-round family entertainment in prospect.
Ballet pops up at New Street.
Additional autism friendly screenings coming to Birmingham for the summer holidays.