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.
Richard Lutz takes his pew and steels himself for a night of blood, evil…and witchcraft.
Richard Lutz takes a pew at The Birmingham Rep for an enchantingly innocent children’s classic.
Richard Lutz is at The Birmingham Rep for the William Golding classic.
Epic production returns to Birmingham.
Richard Lutz takes in three pieces by the Birmingham Royal Ballet
Anniversary treat marks celebration.
Richard Lutz tunes into a new album from a Birmingham songwriter.
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 watches boot camp and squaddies under fire in a remarkable night of dance
Richard Lutz watches PG Wodehouse properly turned on its head at the Rep.
Moseley has been crowned as the best place in Britain for city living, according to the Sunday Times.
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
Richard Lutz watches the original Living Doll at Birmingham Hippodrome.
DanceXchange announces 2015 schedule.
Move to ensure minorities register to vote.
Richard Lutz checks out the buzz about Brum.
Richard Lutz remembers how the Four Seasons were king-dogs of radio back in the early sixties. And, today, are staying alive with the musical that has gone ’round the world.
Richard Lutz takes a seat for that juggernaut of an opera, Carmen
Richard Lutz watches a post-apartheid masterpiece.
Richard Lutz sits down, rolls up his sleeves and digs into a new Balti Controversy.
Richard Lutz takes a pew to see the latest incarnation of the Steinbeck classic.
Richard Lutz describes a powerful trio of war-related ballets.
Birmingham’s much lauded DanceXBirmingham’s announces its new autumn season today.
Alan Clawley wants to know why there isn’t a bus station nearby.
From our news desk.
The Birmingham-based City TV franchise has gone into financial administration without broadcasting a programme. Richard Lutz with the story…