Crowds gather in Chinatown to welcome in Year of the Pig.
Electronic Music Festival in Birmingham on course to be biggest yet.
Workshops, masterclasses, ensembles and live performances in store.
New talent and acclaimed companies bringing dance to Birmingham.
Hat-trick of Laurel & Hardy films to be screened in Stourbridge.
Festival competition looking for entrants.
Arts event to showcase Birmingham’s city anniversary.
Magical atmosphere created by carnival procession.
City hospice to benefit from big screen spectaculars.
Charity to benefit from seasonal film festival.
Festival of Queer Arts & Culture returns to Birmingham for 2018.
Birmingham Jazz have announced a radical new festival.
Richard Lutz takes to the streets filled with anti-Brexit protesters and latte.
University student to head innovative event.
Gigs, workshops and anything else you want to make it up as you go along.
Local comedian Laura Monmoth scoops the prestigious prize.
Sixteen free comedy shows across two city centre venues over two Sundays.
The Festival of Imagineers encouraged people to play on the streets and think big.
Folk duo Josienne Clarke and Ben Walker interviewed.
Countdown underway to Coventry’s Festival of Imagineers.
Andy Munro tests the water at the Moseley Folk Festival.
Further additions to Saturday’s one-day festival.
Stephen Pennell celebrates in style with the best of Birmingham music.
Despite, or because of, the weather, Solihull SummerFest was a big hit with the Bank Holiday crowds.
Prize-winning novelists and acclaimed international musicians dominate third festival.
New venue and additions to line-up.
New artist transforming Birmingham city centre.
Steve Cradock, Ocean Colour Scene mainstay, has a few words.
Coventry set to be taken over by art and design.
Birmingham’s longest-running music festival comes to a successful end.