Simon Hale is once again captivated by the BRB’s production of The Nutcracker.
Simon Hale is smitten with BRB’s latest production of the famous love story.
Simon Hale is entranced by French band Nouvelle Vague at Birmingham Town Hall.
Simon Hale is impressed by a new Alexandra Theatre’s adaptation of the musical by Sting.
Simon Hale relishes an evening watching a ballet classic.
Simon Hale witnesses the latest production at Birmingham Hippodrome.
Simon Hale watches approvingly as Birmingham Hippodrome stages a new adaptation of a popular classic.
When Simon Hale visited Symphony Hall he had no idea how poignant the night would prove.
Simon Hale is enchanted by the BRB.
Simon Hale extols the virtues of the Spanish city.
Simon Hale is impressed by the new album from singer Imelda May.
Simon Hale is at Birmingham Hippodrome to watch a modern classic.
Birmingham Royal Ballet’s interpretation of the classic ballet impresses Simon Hale.
Simon Hale enjoys the all-enveloping warmness of Katie Melua at Symphony Hall.
Simon Hale is entranced by the Birmingham Royal Ballet’s traditonal Christmas opener.
Simon Hale sees the world-renown singer get the blues.
Simon Hale watches a special request show.
Simon Hale chats to the Queen of Neasden Soul, Mari Wilson.
Simon Hale provides another look at the show currently rocking the Hippodrome.
A second member of our reviewing team, Simon Hale, assesses the world premiere of the Birmingham Royal Ballet’s The Tempest.
Simon Hale watches as quality travels 4,000 miles.
Simon Hale is impressed by the CBSO’s new arrival.
Simon Hale enjoys a night of musical excellence thanks to Kamasi Washington and a devoted audience.
Hip-hopping to new jazz sound.
Simon Hale takes a TV tour of the Big Apple.
Simon Hale watches a night of precious music.
Simon Hale watches the Birmingham Royal Ballet overcome misfortune.
Simon Hale talks to singer-songwriter Nell Bryden.
Simon Hale watches Diana Krall entertain Symphony Hall.
Simon Hale enjoys a trip Stateside.