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Elmhurst Ballet School shortlisted in prestigious One Dance UK Awards 2019.
strong>Richard Lutz watches a classic ballet stunningly turned on its head.
Creating opportunities for everyone to be creative.
Simon Hale reports on Birmingham Royal Ballet’s production of Giselle.
Vienna Festival Ballet presents Snow White at Artrix.
With the city revving up again after the holidays, here’s a few night-time ideas.
City centre to host imaginative performance festival.
More events confirmed for free cultural weekend.
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.
First participants confirmed through the Birmingham Weekender in Digbeth Open Call.
Search on for the star of The Greatest Show.
DanceXchange announces ambitious new programmes to support artists.
There’s a celebration of nostalgia taking place in Bromsgrove.
Get ready for a weekend of free performances in Digbeth.
Long-established festival ready to take over the region once more.
Sutton Coldfield Town Hall goes from strength to strength.
Top attractions coming to Warwickshire.
Simon Hale watches a revival from Birmingham Royal Ballet.
A joyous programme of events promised throughout the city.
Richard Lutz takes his pew for a triple treat.
Alice in Wonderland-inspired family day for Concerts in the Park 2019.
New Birmingham initiative boosts training support for city’s professional dance artists.
Celebrating ten years of exceptional performance from Europe’s four corners.
Thirteen Birmingham-based artists to join Gallery 37 commissioning programme.
Richard Lutz watches dance fusion between east and west.
Voluntary groups to stage recruitment drive for new recruits.
Weekly classes help older Brummies find their feet, socialise and make friends.
Diane Parkes writes about a new educational dance programme.