Local brewers to feature in two-day festival.
Southside celebrates LGBT History Festival.
Birmingham Wine Weekend gives opportunity to sample one of the world’s great wines.
Over 40,000 people welcome in the Year of the Rat.
Exhibition aims to show Birmingham at its best.
City’s emerging talent to be showcased in month-long festival.
Get down on it with Kool & the Gang and many more.
Stephen Pennell watches Lady Leshurr enthral her subjects.
Electronic Music festival returning to Birmingham.
UK rap queen to play intimate Birmingham show.
Aim is to make festival accessible to all.
Local role models launch new campaign to change young people’s life stories.
Bake and Books to head up University of Birmingham’s literary festival.
Creating opportunities for everyone to be creative.
Birmingham Rep’s free festival showcases emerging local talent.
The Ivy Temple Row’s Literature Festival cocktail menu makes for excellent reading.
Less than two weeks until celebration of how arts aid wellbeing.
City centre to host imaginative performance festival.
More events confirmed for free cultural weekend.
City venue to host some of Birmingham’s culinary stars.
Andy Munro enjoys day three of the Moseley Folk & Arts 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.
Steve Whitehouse enjoys the Moseley Folk & Arts Festival.
First participants confirmed through the Birmingham Weekender in Digbeth Open Call.
Moseley Folk & Arts – two weeks to go.
Inaugural Chipping Norton Arts Festival launched.
Flatpack Projects brings free family screenings and craft workshops to the Mailbox.
Learn to stitch, sculpt and knot while you shop.
Richard Nevin has a day out to remember.