Ensuring that anyone impacted by Windrush is aware of their rights.
Legendary soul singer to appear at the Drum.
Birmingham date for soul legend.
Pioneering community work provides outlet for independent film.
Newtown arts centre The Drum with news of their new venture.
Drum performance for story of fatherhood spanning Uganda, Saudi Arabia, Kenya and the UK.
Two events coming up at the Drum arts centre in Aston.
Gig and discussion to celebrate jazz in South Africa.
Acclaimed South African artist Anthea Moys will be creating new works as part of the UK-wide Afrovibes festival.
First World War play comes to Aston arts centre.
Birmingham musician part of anniversary celebrations.
Comedy season launched at arts centre.
Caribbean servicemen to be honoured.
Aston-based arts centre The Drum are calling for help with their latest project.
Third staging of festival sees arts centre highlights.
Film and talk to examine the causes of the 2011 riots.
Funding secured for AfroVibe 2014.
Alex Robinson-Sutherland – The Story So Far.
Job fair for young people wanting a creative career.
Artists, poets, musicians and community representatives coming together to pay tribute.
Local award-winners celebrate Christmas.
Prime Minister discusses Birmingham’s role in economic recovery.
Invitation for Aston-based centre.
An award-winning playwright is bringing his acclaimed production about multi-racial Britain to Birmingham.
Performed in Punjabi, this tale of newly-married life will strike a chord.