Plans announced as part of eightieth anniversary celebrations.
Live event set to attract thousands of fans to Birmingham.
Name change reflects wide range of events for 2019.
Smoove and Turrell talk about their return to Mostly.
Grab your popcorn, pull up a deckchair and enjoy.
Strong line-up for biggest weekend yet.
A joyous programme of events promised throughout the city.
Hot jazz, cool blues and a whole lot more comes back to town.
Fourth year running for a fun-filled weekend.
New pink Indian film wave lands in Birmingham during Pride month.
Digbeth’s font will be available to anyone who lives and works in Digbeth.
St Patrick’s Festival Birmingham launches ‘cultural calendar’ with Chieftains gig.
Celebrating ten years of exceptional performance from Europe’s four corners.
Flower display and cocktails to mark event.
Fifth anniversary of groundbreaking cinema event.
In which we talk to John Fell, promoter of the Mostly Jazz, Funk & Soul Festival.
Wonder Stuff, Ned’s Atomic Dustbin and Pop Will Eat Itself all set to perform.
Get set for the drinks event of the year.
Acclaimed festival heads into its thirteenth incarnation.
Corks will be popping around the city.
Upwards of 90,000 people expected to attend Digbeth festivities.
MAC event to showcase best of Pakistan cinema.
Theatre, music and street parades on offer in family festival.
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.