Weekly classes help older Brummies find their feet, socialise and make friends.
Diane Parkes writes about a new educational dance programme.
Richard Lutz takes the yellow submarine to Pepperland.
DanceXchange to present award-winning company.
Groundbreaking programme plans to establish Birmingham as leading international centre for Pakistan and Bangladeshi arts.
Acclaimed festival heads into its thirteenth incarnation.
Upwards of 90,000 people expected to attend Digbeth festivities.
Simon Hale enjoys the Welsh National Opera at Birmingham Hippodrome.
Simon Hale enjoys the latest production from Birmingham Royal Ballet.
Crowds gather in Chinatown to welcome in Year of the Pig.
Fresh partnership with The Place and Northern School of Contemporary Dance launched.
From world premieres to community engagement, it’s all covered.
New talent and acclaimed companies bringing dance to Birmingham.
Legendary dancer to join BRB.
Funding available for amplifying and connecting dance in Birmingham and beyond.
Never before seen costumes and artwork from Diaghilev’s Ballet Russes to go on display.
Ballroom dancefloor inspires sound clash event.
Simon Hale is once again captivated by the BRB’s production of The Nutcracker.
Richard Lutz chats with eight year-old Stan about The Nutcracker at the Hippodrome.
21st birthday gala for ACE.
Hippodrome production set for festive appearance.
Richard Lutz views a one-woman show that explores how colonialism poisoned a pristine world.
World premiere produced by DanceXchange and commissioned by Sky Arts through Art 50.
Dance Hub Birmingham announces commissioning opportunities for regional artists and dance practitioners.
Expansion plans for Centre for Advanced Training for South Asian and Contemporary Dance.
Richard Lutz takes his pew at the Birmingham Hippodrome for dance with fire in its soul.
Simon Hale enjoys the latest from Birmingham Royal Ballet.
Events to take place around the city.
Conspiracy theory dance production to tour again.
Prize-winning novelists and acclaimed international musicians dominate third festival.