Last chance to snatch tickets for first ever UK drive-in drag show.
Family film T for Taj Mahal shown on at-home screenings.
Global audience reached for West Midlands arts organisations via digital programmes.
Fundraiser aims to finance new film project and support arts industry.
BritAsia fund launches new creative collaboration.
Enrolment now open to help meet demand for expanding industry.
World’s Stage – a multilingual celebration of Birmingham, Brummies and their Shakespeare.
Will Mapplebeck points the way to his Number One choice for best documentary.
Simon Hales listens in on the latest CBSO Online.
Richard Lutz on a question that won’t go away.
Everything to Everybody as the Bard collection goes global.
New #ChristmasinBham campaign highlights festive events, activities and gifts for locals and visitors.
Partnership formed with Birmingham Film Festival.
Martineau Gardens wins Bees’ Needs Award.
Women in Lockdown highlights experiences of and impact on women during this time.
Halloween entertainment for all the family at Millennium Point’s Giant Scream.
New short film will demonstrate the services available to homelessness and vulnerable.
Iconic films coming to the (very) big screen.
Award-winning arts festival returns with free online programme.
Fundraising venture helps improve future prospects of independent cinema.
Double bill of strong female voices returns for slice of hybrid film festival.
Wolverhampton’s Light House seeks support to Switch The Lights Back On.
Family favourites take to the giant screen this month.
More than 200 films produced in the first six months.
Birmingham arts centre falls victim to pandemic.
Funding boost for Wolverhampton’s Light House cinema.
The Birmingham arts scene is coming to you wherever you are. Jessica Harris with details.
Julia Osborn guides us through an eerie tale of The Two Harveys.
Richard Lutz witnesses change and immutability as 2020 approaches.
Classic films season to air at arts centre.