Terry Wills reviews the Alexandra Theatre’s production of Midnight Tango.
Terry Wills reviews the Alex’s recent production of Priscilla – Queen of the Desert.
A new RSC production peers into the gap between what we know is true and how much we agree to compromise. Richard Lutz reports
Shakespeare’s play The Winter’s Tale is a late great fable, now opening at Stratford. Richard Lutz reviews it.
Andy Goff made a rare trip out into the big world and rather enjoyed the experience.
Director Greg Doran spent some time in South Africa and while there an actor told him: ‘Julius Caesar is Shakespeare’s African play.’
Terry Wills reports on the New Alex production of Anne Boleyn
Terry Wills on the latest production of Chicago, currently playing in Birmingham.
Terry Wills is enchanted by the latest production of South Pacific.
Terry Wills ponders on a sad week at the Hawthorns
Richard Lutz takes his seat at the Birmingham Hippodrome for this Mozart classic about love, sex and, inevitably, death
Andy Goff enjoys a trip down memory track.
A new book The British Olympics – Britain’s Olympic Heritage 1612-2012 by Martin Polley, reveals Britain’s centuries old association with the Olympic Games.
Dave Woodhall reviews Contagion, the latest doomsday scenario film release.
Dave Woodhall wonders how can you improve on perfection? Gary Oldman & co have tried, but did they succeed?
Dave Woodhall’s been to see Half Man Half Biscuit.
The fates can conspire against anyone, even the greats, as Dave Woodhall witnessed.
Dave Woodhall’s been to the cinema.
Dave Woodhall reviews a film that shouldn’t be taken too literally.
Dave Woodhall reviews an amazing talent.
Andy Munro was present when Roger Daltrey kicked off his UK tour in Wolverhampton.
Richard Lutz doesn’t get bangs for his bucks from the Greg Allman shows that landed in Birmingham.
Dave Woodhall looks at the new documentary of the legendary Formula One driver.
Is it ever possible to improve on the original? Russell Brand & co are the latest to try.
In recent years one might describe Beth Orton’s trajectory as less career progression than careering.
We’ve been to the cinema again, this time to see Roman drama The Eagle.
Live or work in Birmingham? You might want to let the council know how you’d like your money spent.