Anniversary treat marks celebration.
The question was; what to do on a dank Sunday in February for a day out without spending loads of dosh? And here’s the answer: A trip to RAF Museum Cosford.
Following the successful re-launch of Fierce Festival in 2011 and 2012, the internationally acclaimed programme to celebrate its fifteenth anniversary in autumn 2013
From wartime classrooms to building your own glider, the RAF Museum at Cosford has plenty going on during the summer holidays.
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
If you’ve ever fancied a go at archaeology, here’s your chance.
There’ll be plenty to eat and drink at the end of the month at RAF Cosford
2013 Festival of Archaeology encourages public to get ‘hands on with history’
BGSO inviting orchestral musicians of all backgrounds from across the Midlands and beyond to come and join in for a weekend of making new friends and music in great setting of mac birmingham.
Looking for something to do tomorrow? Here’s the solution.
Skill sharing day set to inspire creativity at The Public
Residents and holidaymakers across the West Midlands can get hands on with history this July by taking part in around 30 free activities taking place in the region
This summer Birmingham’s Southside district is getting in touch with its inner Chi with a programme of uplifting Tai Chi classes in the Arcadian.
Madin walking tour led by Alan Clawley
Starting at Five Ways Station, 10.30 am, 22nd June 2013
On Sunday 9 June, over 100 cyclists will take to the streets of Birmingham for the 3nd annual Big Vintage Ride.
The newly formed ‘Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice Kings Norton Fundraising Group’ are urging all quiz enthusiasts to join them for their debut fundraising event
This coming Mid-Summers weekend, Barnt Green will play host to the most stylish and opulent event the hair industry has seen all year.
And the winner is….
You can try the Ironbridge Gorge museums.
Leicester’s Cultural Quarter will be a vibrant hive of activity this June as An Indian Summer festival comes to the City for the third year running.
Free galleries, fun activities and a fantastic day out.
The University of Wolverhampton is to host a family fun day as part of its 21st birthday celebrations.
Birmingham art rockers Stubblemelt have been announced as headliners for the Midland’s second Fitness Festival,
Martineau Gardens Spring Event, Edgbaston
The eighth annual Hexham Book Festival, which will take place this year from 24 April to 2 May, has just announced its line-up, with a variety of writers offering events blending words, stories and ideas.
With the school holidays here our travel columnist writes about a place that’s a bit closer to home than usual, and well worth visiting.
The University of Birmingham is set to host its first Arts & Science Festival to showcase the wealth of ideas, research and collaboration across its campus.
What better way to celebrate the potential arrival of warmer months than with a Halfmoon Walking & Writing Workshop over Cannock Chase.
Art Soak – a free arts festival bringing a feel good factor to south Birmingham – 23rd – 26th March 2013