Richard Lutz cans the TV film listings to find the diamonds among the dross – and delivers a surprise to top it all off.
All-round family fun in Bromsgrove.
The Beatles are coming to Birmingham this Thursday, on film at least.
Birmingham is being used as a location once again by Hollywood. This time, by one of movieland’s best directors. Guess why, asks Richard Lutz
Richard Lutz orbits the TV listings to find the hidden movie gem.
Richard Lutz reports on the new Symphony Hall/Town Hall season about to open in Birmingham
From Sir Howard Elston at Republican Party HQ somewhere deep in Americaland.
Richard Lutz points to the films to watch this week on the box.
There’s a couple of dates at the Robin 2 in Bilston for classic rock lovers this week.
Richard Lutz watches one of Britain’s better comediennes earn her keep.
Richard Lutz digests three biopic films with a tune in their hearts. But which one rung his bell?
Join Sara Colman and Pete Churchill for an afternoon of singing
Richard Lutz watches Shakespearean power usurped by chaotic insanity at The Birmingham Rep
Richard Lutz rifles through the week’s TV movie listings and things get a wee bit hazy.
Richard Lutz watches Birmingham’s two best theatre companies take a new direction.
Richard Lutz grabs a pew for a master of American music
A seventy minute portrait of non-stop heavy metal dance fills the stage at The Birmingham Rep, reports Richard Lutz .
Richard Lutz reviews a little-known Shakespeare play that loses its way.
Town Hall hosts a celebration of folk
Richard Lutz watches a Dutch troupe kick off a four week dance festival in Birmingham.
Richard Lutz awaits a week end classic as he slumps in front of his 40 inch flatscreen.
Richard Lutz takes his pew for a madcap rendition of Shakespeare’s beloved romantic comedy.
Richard Lutz takes his pew at the Royal Shakespeare Theatrefor that most famous of revenge plays.
Symphony Hall is presenting a one-off concert next month performed by its resident orchestra, the world-renowned City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and joined by three up and coming artists.
Richard Lutz is at the Birmingham Rep for the John Buchan classic turned hilariously on its head.
Richard Lutz takes to the Athenian woods to watch Shakespeare’s comedy of magic and love.
Richard Lutz takes his pew for Birmingham Royal Ballet’s production of a timeless story.
A play that makes us remember. Richard Lutz takes his pew for this early Alan Bennett espionage production at the Birmingham Rep.
Richard Lutz takes to the forest to find a seven hour marathon of Robin Hood films on the magic box.
The sound of Brooklyn, New York coming to Kings Heath