Political columnist Will Mapplebeck drops in on the Tory shindig in Birmingham.
Richard Lutz takes the long route through another lost week.
Nominations announced for region’s media stars.
It was fifty years ago today, trumpets Richard Lutz, as he re-lives that great album.
Richard Lutz takes his pew for the anthemic play about a kid who plays a mean pinball.
Richard Lutz enters the digital world of new tech artists.
Richard Lutz takes a pew for a gripping tale about homelessness and the enduring power of love.
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.
Christmas appeal launched to aid maternal heath care.
Richard Lutz catches a mix of jazz, hip-hop, RandB and techno from a young master
Richard Lutz takes his pew at Birmingham’s Town Hall for a concert by an old troubadour
Richard Lutz reviews the shards of the last week, taking in woods, squandering a British heritage and the passing of a good man.
Will Mapplebeck, a Newcastle-based lobbyist, attends the party conferences. Here, he drinks in the Tory knees up
Richard Lutz reviews the classical violinist suffused with the blues
Richard Lutz takes his pew for a legendary Stateside dance troupe
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 reports on the new Symphony Hall/Town Hall season about to open in Birmingham
Richard Lutz watches one of Britain’s better comediennes earn her keep.
Join Sara Colman and Pete Churchill for an afternoon of singing
Richard Lutz reviews the past seven days in his city.
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 .
Town Hall hosts a celebration of folk
Richard Lutz watches a Dutch troupe kick off a four week dance festival in Birmingham.
Next month, writes Richard Lutz, Network Rail takes a firm step towards re-opening train services through Moseley and Kings Heath
Richard Lutz is at the Birmingham Rep for the John Buchan classic turned hilariously on its head.
A play that makes us remember. Richard Lutz takes his pew for this early Alan Bennett espionage production at the Birmingham Rep.
Richard Lutz watches a whirlwind of music that still refuses to stand still.
Sir Matthew Bourne, one of Britain’s most successful choreographers, brings his own version of Sleeping Beauty to Birmingham next week.