Richard Lutz survives a full assault of Jools Holland.
Richard Nevin sees the conquering hero return.
Angie Jackson watches the return of Birmingham’s finest.
The UK’s number one baby-friendly comedy club returns to Birmingham.
Richard Lutz grabs a barstool for a 3D version of the original Mother of Invention.
Legendary drummer Carl Palmer talks about growing up in Handsworth Wood and his first steps to stardom.
Steve Dyson uncovers a little-known chapter in the story of Birmingham music, and of Aston Villa.
Family-friendly comedy club to open in Birmingham.
Overtones add extra Birmingham date.
Richard Nevin enjoys a pomp-themed weekend at Symphony Hall.
Richard Nevin watches David Byrne at Symphony Hall.
Scouting group set for Symphony Hall date.
Ten year landmark heralds Town Hall, Symphony Hall partnership.
Richard Lutz takes his pew for a CBSO concert infused with youth.
A master of song is awarded a special place in the city, writes Richard Lutz.
Dave Woodhall gets a lesson in musical history from the legendary Ian Hunter.
When Simon Hale visited Symphony Hall he had no idea how poignant the night would prove.
Simon Hale is impressed by the new album from singer Imelda May.
Richard Lutz takes his pew for a Friday night that heralds a new season.
Legendary crooner will make his tenth visit to venue.
Richard Lutz watches a night of pure roots at Symphony Hall.
Premiere and family work to be staged at Symphony Hall date.
Simon Hale enjoys the all-enveloping warmness of Katie Melua at Symphony Hall.
Richard Lutz reports from Symphony Hall.
Martin Longley disappeared into the calm twinkling of The Gloaming, an Irish-American folk chamber supergroup.
The Godfather with live orchestral accompaniment at Symphony Hall. Martin Longley scans the mumbling Marlon subtitles.
Simon Hale is impressed by the CBSO’s new arrival.
Alex Whybrow listens to some tales of the unexpected.
Join Sara Colman and Pete Churchill for an afternoon of singing
Richard Lutz takes a pew for Canadian legend Gordon Lightfoot.