Spoken word event returns to centre stage.
Poetry in the Penthouse launches at the Rotunda.
Ramblers Ball to return in September.
One day festival celebrating improvisation, collaboration and new music from around the globe.
Recognition for young Midlands poet.
Two days of world-class jazz in the Jewellery Quarter.
Community group Arts All Over The Place tell us about their upcoming event.
New adaptations of classic poems by acclaimed theatre company.
Sir Howard Elston writes:
New Shakespeare required – apply now.
Will Tattersdill writes about a new event he’s promoting.
Breathtaking spoken word performances from national stars and local talent.
Two events coming up at the Drum arts centre in Aston.
Another exclusive report by Sir Howard Elston from a 19th hole bar somewhere in the blessed Home Counties
Our political editor, Sir Howard Elston, sits down with Prime Minister of Enger-Lund Dave Cammo about this week’s shock horror Parliamentary bollocks.
Local girl chosen for literary honour.
Artists, poets, musicians and community representatives coming together to pay tribute.
A performance of poetry by students at Coventry University is taking place at a free event at the Herbert Art Gallery and Museum next week.
Plenty of comedy and much more.
University date for literary giant.
The Public will be hosting a special concert in memory of Black Country legend, poet and entertainer, Alfie, on 21st June.
But Laurence Inman’s ire drives him to new levels of toughness.
Laurence Inman is in a pensive mood, dogged by regrets.
With the age of literary correspondence dying, it seems more important than ever to provide spaces of warmth and comfort in which writers can not only retreat
A mixture of music, poetry and stories lined up for February at The Kitchen Garden Café
There are interesting connections between WH Auden, Iceland and Bournville. Laurence Inman explains…..
Next Sunday evening (January 6th) there is a fundraising cabaret evening being held at The Kitchen Garden Café, York Road, Kings Heath.
Explore the power of imagery in poetry, and the presence of words in art, on this unique poetry and art workshop
Laurence Inman remembers how he first engaged with TS Eliot.