New socially distanced outdoor festival celebrates creativity and connection.
Tackling social isolation with humour.
Beverley Knight and Bradley Simpson join forces in aid of Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital.
Bring Your Own Baby Comedy presents virtual comedy show.
Brian Donldson talks to comic Tim Vine.
Midlands’ oldest hospice rounds off fortieth anniversary with comedy gig.
Panto stars pay visit to children and their families.
Return of the all-womens comedy night at arts centre.
Brian Donaldson talks to comedican Nick Helm.
Brian Donaldson talks to comic Simon Evans.
Brian Donaldson talks to comic Kerry Godliman.
Brian Donaldson talks to comic Romesh Ranganathan.
Comic Ivo Graham talks to Veronica Lee.
More reasons than ever to visit Birmingham’s Creative Quarter.
Comedy favourite booked for Birmingham Press Club Christmas date.
Top-line performances set for award-winning venue.
Richard Nevin sees the conquering hero return.
Scottish comic Janey Godley talks to Brian Donaldson.
Brian Donaldson talks to comedian Suzi Ruffell.
Comic Rob Beckett talks to Brian Donaldson about his new show Wallop!
A cheeky take on Jane Austen’s classic comedy of manners tickles Richard Lutz’s ribs.
Edinburgh Festival star back in Bromsgrove.
Stephen K Amos talks to Brian Donaldson about Everyman, and everything.
Geoff Norcott, star of Mock the Week and much more, talks ahead of his Birmingham date.
City centre to host imaginative performance festival.
Emerging West Midlands acts battle it out for the biggest comedy award in the region.
Ten day festival set to attract international and UK artists to historic Midlands town.
Roll-up, roll-up for an all-singing, all-dancing new season at Birmingham Hippodrome.
Tom Stade and Paul Sinha to appear at Town Hall.
Celebrities get behind urgent Black Country children’s hospice appeal.