Arts centre commended for excellence and innovation in digital accessibility for all.
Tasty theatrical treat served up as part of Celebration Week.
Activist film being shown locally.
Local visual and performing artists come together to celebrate The Public
This October half-term, families from across the Black Country are invited to take part in a number of free workshops at West Bromwich arts centre, The Public.
Award-winning comic to top bill.
Contributions sought for gallery exhibition.
New date added to venue’s calendar.
Troubled gallery breaks visitor records.
The Public in West Bromwich have teamed up with SWEDA, an organisation which champions youth enterprise, to develop a Creative Network for young people.
Festival of free street theatre comes to West Bromwich.
Since the launch of the New Square Shopping Centre on Thursday 11 July, visitors to The Public have dramatically increased – up 55% on the same period the previous week.
This Summer The Public becomes Fun Factory – a place where art, fun and entertainment come together.
The Public to be part of a nationwide celebration of music in communities
Disabled artist, Zoe Partington has been commissioned to create a permanent piece of art for the gallery as part of DASH’s project IN ‘Disability art in the mainstream’.
Roy Forbes and the Brian Dee Quartet perform The Unforgettable Nat King Cole at The Public
Langley Brass Band, one of the oldest brass bands in the Midlands, will be performing at The Public in West Bromwich on Saturday 6 July in a special concert, Summer Brass.
Today, The Public in West Bromwich welcomed its one millionth visitor.
Skill sharing day set to inspire creativity at The Public
The Public will be hosting a special concert in memory of Black Country legend, poet and entertainer, Alfie, on 21st June.
Last month, The Public in West Bromwich experienced its busiest ever month with 42,633 people visiting the venue – up 44% on May 2012.
On Saturday 5 October 2013, Edinburgh Comedy Award winner, Russell Kane, will be heading to The Public in West Bromwich.
A regular night of comedy, Sit Down, Stand Up, featuring five outstanding acts for just £10, returns to The Public in West Bromwich on 7 June.
Hundreds of community members joined forces at The Public yesterday to demonstrate their support for the West Bromwich arts centre
The mysterious Black Country ‘ghostwriter’, known simply as AJW, has backed The Public in West Bromwich.
This October, award-winning British comic, Gina Yashere, will heading to The Public in West Bromwich, part of a rare nationwide tour.
Artists from across Sandwell are invited to submit artwork to The Public’s summer exhibition and have a unique opportunity to have their work displayed in a gallery alongside Tracey Emin, Martin Creed, Jeremy Deller and David Shrigley.
Free galleries, fun activities and a fantastic day out.
West Bromwich arts centre, The Public, has received messages of support from passionate fans following yesterday’s shock announcement by Sandwell Council reviewing the building’s use.
Professional Grumpy Old Woman, writer and panto star; Jenny Éclair will be performing at The Public this June with her brand new show, Eclarious.