‘Rat run’ fear over decision to open up street to through traffic.
Edgbaston gardens announce annual spring event.
A charity concert has raised £700 for the Edgbaston-based charity Ammalife.
Kingsbridge Project board member Amanda Smith tells us about their activities.
Celebrate the harvest in Birmingham’s green oasis.
Help save lives by donating to our charity, AMMALIFE, in this summer’s Big Give
BGSO inviting orchestral musicians of all backgrounds from across the Midlands and beyond to come and join in for a weekend of making new friends and music in great setting of mac birmingham.
The full line-up for mac birmingham’s ‘new music’ festival for young people ‘One Beat Saturday’ is now available.
Tales of gory gods and gruesome greeks, rip-roaring adventure stories plus new pieces created live with the audience are all on the programme for the Martineau Gardens Storytelling Festival.
Bright futures await boys at West House School with more than half of its 11+ candidates being offered places at King Edward’s School in Edgbaston.
Kali Theatre is presenting Jabine Chaudri’s absorbing and fast moving new play, My Daughter’s Trial
God’s Property, by award winning playwright and former EastEnder’s actor Arinze Kene, will run at mac birmingham from 26 – 28 March
Gardeners and would-be gardeners are being invited to kick-start their gardening year with fun green-fingered gardening activities at the Big Dig Seed Event
Coventry University academics Craig Barber and Andrew Spackman, otherwise known as artistic duo The Habsburgs, present a new exhibition at mac birmingham.
Winterbourne House and Gardens has a new range of fascinating rooms for the public to experience and explore following its full restoration to its Edwardian glory in May 2010.
A new exhibition capturing rare images of the Yemeni community in the West Midlands is to go on display at mac birmingham next year.
Medical charity Ammalife kicks off donation campaign with deal to double your offer to help save lives
The somewhat controversial South Africa War Memorial in Cannon Hill Park is to be rededicated at a ceremony on Saturday, 8th December.
Despite the wet summer which has affected Britain’s fruit crops, Martineau Gardens is organising a free, appletastic Apple Day event to celebrate this year’s apple harvest
Ethical businesses from across the West Midlands will be providing food for thought at a seminar in Birmingham next month.
To celebrate the start of the Byzantine outreach programme, thirty-five 15-16yr olds from the local area were selected to attend a day of interactive workshops and activities at the University,
How a Birmingham medical charity is saving lives around the world
Mr Inman is rather pleased to have found a better means of transport to London culture than actually going there.
Brummies are being encouraged to take part in a unique lunchtime photographic event to help University of Birmingham researchers find out more about the region’s healthy eating habits.
A charity performance this Saturday will provide the first opportunity for the public to experience the University of Birmingham’s new 450-seat Bramall Music Building
The Birmingham Honey Show is returning to Martineau Gardens, a Community Garden, in Edgbaston, on Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 September, from 10am until 4pm.
This autumn, mac birmingham has a rib-tickling line-up of comedians, guaranteed to put a smile on the grumpiest of faces; including Jo Caulfield, Hardeep Singh Kohli, Simon Munnery, and Mark Thomas.
mac birmingham presents By the Rivers of Birminam – the first retrospective exhibition of one of the country’s most prolific black photographers, Vanley Burke.
Birmingham Friends of the Earth Bee Activity Day, Saturday 28 July
The University of Birmingham hosted Choo Kyu-Ho, the Republic of Korea’s Ambassador to the United Kingdom, this week at its Edgbaston campus.