There’s more from Birmingham Jazz this week.
Sutton Coldfield welcomes return of Month of Music Festival.
Sunday Share aims to encourage diversity and wellbeing.
Richard Nevin watches David Byrne at Symphony Hall.
City-wide festival set to mark worldwide commemoration.
Two weeks to go until Sutton Park extravaganza.
Leamington date for legendary songwriter.
Call to reverse decision to hand collection to the British Library.
Same time, same place at the weekend.
Simon Hale is entranced by French band Nouvelle Vague at Birmingham Town Hall.
Ivory Wave join the line-up for Shiiine On: Birmingham.
Million pound gift from local businessman will improve students’ musical education.
New and experimental music concludes Part One of Conservatoire’s Opening Festival.
Wolverhampton date for acclaimed concert documentary.
For when you’re struggling for inspiration.
Another quality evening in the Jewellery Quarter.
Big names performing at Conservatoire showcase.
Richard Nevin watches the Rolling Stones hit Coventry.
Puppet parade to head festival highlights.
Another night of quality music awaits.
There’s plenty to rock out to at the Robin 2 in Bilston this week.
Authentic event inspired by hit TV series.
Outdoor performance for young musicians.
World-famous artists to perform in open-air extravaganza.
Making hay while the moon shines.
Countdown continues to dance festival.
Tribute act to recreate the glory years of Beatlemania.
Another top-quality promotion in store.
There’s a mixed bag of music coming to Bromsgrove.
Stephen Pennell falls even deeper under the spell of AffieJam.