Jessica Harris watches a small screen collaboration.
BrumYODO and Birmingham Hippodrome to host open-air artwork In Memoriam.
Jessica Harris watches the Made at Curve production created in association with Birmingham Hippodrome.
First look released for at-home Hippodrome production.
Sixteen young people chosen to become young advocates.
West End stars launch Birmingham Hippodrome’s digital masterclasses.
Hippodrome announces new pilot programme aimed at young people.
Birmingham Hippodrome raise over £26,000 to support young people.
New #ChristmasinBham campaign highlights festive events, activities and gifts for locals and visitors.
Jennifer Saunders announced for Sister Act at Birmingham Hippodrome.
Ground-breaking exhibition to be extended into January.
£20,000 to be raised to bring back creativity to schools.
Richard Lutz remembers a dozen years of reviewing Midland performances.
Strictly star heads Robin Hood cast.
Innovative display provides unique Van Gogh Alive.
Collaboration to mark hip-hop festival.
Government’s threat to break international law has “eroded trust and risks poisoning relations.”
Finalists announced for VisitEngland’s Awards for Excellence 2020.
Diane Parkes writes about Birmingham’s summer of world-class dance.
Richard Lutz takes his pew at BIrmingham Hippodrome for the team that brought you South Park.
Fans queue around the block to be the first to see The Book of Mormon.
Simon Hale finds fresh delight in a familiar favourite.
Sir Matthew Bourne celebrates playing to over 2000,000 theatre-goers.
Panto stars pay visit to children and their families.
Over 40,000 people welcome in the Year of the Rat.
Augmented reality used to bring the stories behind the portraits to life.
30,000 visitors expected for celebrations.
Brian Donaldson talks to comic Romesh Ranganathan.
Richard Lutz takes his pew for Christmas technicolor mayhem at Birmingham Hippodrome.
Aims to raise £20,000 to give the gift of theatre to 4,000 young people.