Martin Longley relishes the reformation of those beyond-country Miami titans, The Mavericks.
Here’s the opportunity to introduce children to the wonders of the orchestra.
Classical first-timers start here.
In a rare double-header, trumpeter Wynton Marsalis played Symphony Hall and the Spotted Dog on the same night. Martin Longley was on his trail.
Film, dance and music coming up.
Martin Longley enjoys a night with a guitar great.
The latest shows to be announced.
Gary Whitehouse watches one of the world’s great orchestras.
An eclectic mix of comedy, classical, easy listening, pop, comedy and much more.
Dave Woodhall talks to a founding father of the British blues boom.
The usual eclectic mix now on sale.
Former BBC executive to head venues group.
More new arrivals for Birmingham’s iconic venues.
The first of a bumper list of new dates announced for the city centre’s premier venues.
Plenty of comedy and much more.
Steve Beauchampe witnesses one of Britain’s finest young songwriters.
What’s happening at the city centre’s prestigious venues.
Gig Review: David Byrne/St. Vincent, Symphony Hall, Wednesday, August 28th 2013. The former Talking Head brings his latest project to Birmingham. Steve Beauchampé reports.
Birmingham Town Hall and Symphony Hall has announced its biggest autumn season of contemporary music to date, featuring over 70 performances from UK and international artists between September and November 2013.
Here’s the latest additions to a crowded city centre schedule.
The latest from the city centre venues.
More good news for the city’s cultural scene.
More dates for the city centre’s premier venues.
More dates for your diary.
Go West, Hue and Cry, The Christians, KT Tunstall, Only Men Aloud and then it’s Christmas!!
The UK’s best known and most authorative film critic, Mark Kermode, is to celebrate his 50th birthday with the CBSO as they perform music from the films that have inspired him.
Birmingham is gearing up for a very special musical experience.
Funknight, Bill Bailey, Joanne Shaw Taylor and Fascinating Aida appearing in Birmingham
Steve Earle and The Dukes, Tubular Bells two, Django Bates, Josh Groban, Cara Dillon, Michael Nyman and more
Steve Beauchampé took the bus to Symphony Hall for a folk extravaganza from a much loved British icon.