Crescent plans socially distanced Cinderella for Christmas.
Birmingham Enterprise Community launches scheme to upskill young workforce.
The Rep announces postponement of Nativity! The Musical.
New socially distanced outdoor festival celebrates creativity and connection.
Walking to Leicester Square to raise funds for theatre’s work with young people.
Associate Director walks from Rep to London to raise funds for theatre.
MAC theatre project looking for gay men to participate.
Birmingham Repertory Theatre launch two digital Summer Schools for 7-18 year olds .
Opportunity for students to learn with major theatre.
Partnership with Open Kitchens provides 9,000 meals for Birmingham children in poverty.
Coventry artistic community pulling together.
Birmingham arts centre falls victim to pandemic.
Digital launch for theatre company’s 2020 season.
Government urged to allow early reopening of tourism, hospitality and cultural sector.
“It’s not just a theatre company, it’s a movement.”
Something wicked this way still comes.
The Birmingham arts scene is coming to you wherever you are. Jessica Harris with details.
Pioneering digital engagement provides for hundreds of young people across the West Midlands.
BE at Home invites online audience participation.
Richard Lutz re-adjusts to a life that has changed.
Richard Lutz takes his pew at BIrmingham Hippodrome for the team that brought you South Park.
Richard Lutz takes his pew for an endearing play about two movie icons.
Fans queue around the block to be the first to see The Book of Mormon.
Southside celebrates LGBT History Festival.
Richard Lutz watches a searing account of sexual violence and a descent into hell.
Panto stars pay visit to children and their families.
Over 40,000 people welcome in the Year of the Rat.
Funding enables youth productions to perform.
Richard Lutz witnesses change and immutability as 2020 approaches.