Richard Lutz reviews an investigation into the changing face of our city landscape.
Richard Lutz explains why this movie about love and generosity is the natural choice for the best film award this Sunday.
Richard Lutz sits down to a quip-heavy dinner party at the Birmingham Rep.
Richard Lutz highlights a book about a Birmingham neighbourhood that continually changes and refuses to die.
Hamish Scott (above), from Birmingham’s Elmhurst Ballet School, has come third in an international dance competition.
Imagine a 30 foot high Ariel towering above Propero – that’s what you get in this groundbreaking performance, says Richard Lutz
Richard Lutz is in two minds about the latest RSC offering at Stratford on Avon.
Richard Lutz cans the TV film listings to find the diamonds among the dross – and delivers a surprise to top it all off.
The must-watch movie on the crystal flatscreen parked in the corner of your living room this week? There’s no second guessing, says Richard Lutz
Richard Lutz orbits the TV listings to find the hidden movie gem.
Richard Lutz takes to the Athenian woods to watch Shakespeare’s comedy of magic and love.
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 his pew and steels himself for a night of blood, evil…and witchcraft.
Richard Lutz is at The Birmingham Rep for the William Golding classic.
The dance troupe Rambert takes to the dance floor of the sixties, writes Richard Lutz, and it’s all rock and roll.
Epic production returns to Birmingham.
Birmingham-based DanceXchange has announced its programme for the season right through the New Year.
Richard Lutz guides you to the best film on the box this week. It’s crass, boorish, strong, hilarious .
Richard Lutz takes in three pieces by the Birmingham Royal Ballet
Richard Lutz peruses the TV listings for the best film on the box this week.
Richard Lutz reviews a classic take on Shakespeare’s tragedy about jealousy, race and deceit
Richard Lutz asks: what is it about Robin Hood and films?
It’s into the trenches as the lions are led by donkeys. Richard Lutz grabs his tin helmet at the Birmingham Rep for this biting First World War satire.
Richard Lutz takes a seat for this tragedy at The Swan in Stratford
Richard Lutz at Birmingham Rep on a new political play opening just before the election
Richard Lutz reviews a modern American classic which pulls no punches
Richard Lutz watches PG Wodehouse properly turned on its head at the Rep.
An all male group from Hereford kicks off an 8 week dance festival in Birmingham. Richard Lutz reviews opening night
Richard Lutz takes along his opera glasses for Mozart magic in Birmingham.
Richard Lutz listens in to the staging of an Oscar-winning film now playing at the Birmingham Rep