Why not enjoy the cricket at Edgbaston in style?
UK’s best young cyber talents tackle cyber-attacks to win a trip to the USA.
Sporting fixtures and cultural festivals help city’s hoteliers reach seasonal peak.
Finest in Midlands cuisine and hospitality rewarded.
ICC celebrates cricket in the heart of the city.
Tales of gory gods and gruesome greeks, rip-roaring adventure stories plus new pieces created live with the audience are all on the programme for the Martineau Gardens Storytelling Festival.
Edgbaston Cricket: A rise in the number of expected visitors to the city – and an increase in those coming from outside the region – has boosted the tournament’s economic impact on Birmingham to £15.5 million
The summer season at mac birmingham kicks off with an exciting outdoor programme of theatre, music, comedy and movies – suitable for families, young people and adults.
Gardeners and would-be gardeners are being invited to kick-start their gardening year with fun green-fingered gardening activities at the Big Dig Seed Event
A Community Garden and oasis for wildlife, in Edgbaston, has been recognised as one of the best community run green spaces in the country by winning a prestigious Green Flag Community Award today.
The Midlands’ most popular arts centre, mac birmingham, officially launched its 50th anniversary celebrations on Saturday with the opening of The Playmakers, a brand new exhibition which reflects the centre’s history.
Community Garden Martineau Gardens and Arts Agency the Traditional Arts Team have joined forces to create the Martineau Gardens Storytelling Festival.
The Golden Lion, a former Deritend public house, has been languishing in Cannon Hill Park since it was moved to make way for a dual carriageway.
Flickering firelight in the woods is the setting for a Halloween event coming to Martineau Gardens.
Scores of buildings around the region that are normally closed to the public will be opening their doors and offering a behind the scenes look.
Good music for a good cause is on offer at the local Barber this coming Saturday says Steve Beauchampé.
Thirty years ago this week, Ian Botham’s talismanic performance won England a memorable Ashes victory at Edgbaston.