“Deliciously entertaining” cookery comedy play coming to Birmingham.
Voluntary groups to stage recruitment drive for new recruits.
Exhibitions aim to show Birmingham’s place as the centre of heavy metal.
Benefit showing of classic war film to be held at MAC.
MAC event to showcase best of Pakistan cinema.
Forty years on from groundbreaking community project.
There’ll be no red roses on the big night.
University student to head innovative event.
Outdoor performance for young musicians.
Celebration of South Asian culture and history.
Programme to mark seventieth anniversary of ship’s arrival in the UK.
One day festival celebrating improvisation, collaboration and new music from around the globe.
City-wide project announces 24 community groups.
Brian Donaldson talks to comedian and author Kathy Lette.
Players of People’s Postcode Lottery support aerts centre with £350,000 award.
Comedian Lou Conran talks to Dave Woodhall about loss and her new show.
Birmingham conference aims to improve arts access for disabled youngsters.
Theatre company provides magical theatre in magical surroundings.
Eleven films, three documentaries, ten days, three cinemas and countless stars.
Biannual festival of new theatre from the Midlands returns.
Dance groups competing for place in final of UK’s largest national youth dance festival.
Premieres of two new works to mark event.
Simon Hale watches a special request show.
Request show for UK tour date.
Martin Longley sighted Chicagoan drummer Hamid Drake, playing next to Cannon Hill’s lake.
Film season to celebrate black cinema.
Magical theatre in magical surroundings.
A day of performance, workshops & debates hosted by Work in Progress.
First World War play examines tribunal decisions.
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