Dave Woodhall talks to Billy Mitchell, front man with folk rock icons Lindisfarne, about his current tour.
The first ever Lichfield Rocks festival raised over £2,500 for St Giles Hospice in Whittington.
Local music festival set up to raise money for charity
Audiences are invited to a gritty fly-on-the-wall World War I drama when the Lichfield Players present ‘My Boy Jack’ in the Garrick Studio next month.
Local housebuilder, Walton Homes, will be opening the doors to two brand new residential developments this weekend
Bullwell Trailer Solutions has announced that profits have risen at the company for the fifth year in a row, with the past 12 months marking a record trading year
If you’re out and about in the centre of Lichfield next Saturday morning, you could find yourself face-to-face with some rather sinister characters wearing black.
Dave Woodhall talks to Brummie comedian Malcolm Stent about his new show.
Lichfield Players move rapidly on to their next production, a play which offers a total contrast to Ayckbourn’s humour.
Look out for shoppers in their pyjamas in Lichfield city centre this Saturday morning – January 26th – as the Lichfield Players brave the elements in their nightwear to promote their next show.
Shoppers in a Lichfield furniture store this Saturday may find one of the beds temporarily occupied
Lichfield Players open their new season shortly with Tiptoe Through The Tombstones, a spoof thriller by Norman Robbins.
We all need a good laugh at the moment, don’t we? Leading local theatre company Lichfield Players promise you just that in their next play, Wedding of the Year by Norman Robbins, which takes to the stage later this month.
It’s not often that a bride gets to wear two wedding dresses in the space of six months
Rehearsals are gathering speed for Lichfield Players’ production of Lords and Ladies, Irana Brown’s adaptation of the fantasy novel by Terry Pratchett.
The Lichfield Players are preparing for one of their biggest productions in recent years – a dramatisation of Lords and Ladies, by Terry Pratchett.
Amongst a lifetime of clutter, Caroline found a shoebox containing Christiane’s wartime letters. Over several years, she pieced together Christiane’s story – a love story at mac.