Flatpack Festival returns to Birmingham from 21-31 March 2013, spreading across two weekends for the very first time.
The University of Birmingham is set to host its first Arts & Science Festival
Gardeners and would-be gardeners are being invited to kick-start their gardening year with fun green-fingered gardening activities at the Big Dig Seed Event
Winterbourne House and Gardens has a new range of fascinating rooms for the public to experience and explore following its full restoration to its Edwardian glory in May 2010.
Freehand Theatre, one of the country’s leading puppet theatre companies, will be bringing new production, Little Red…You Know Who to The Public
A festival of art, commerce and love celebrating Stirchley, Birmingham
Thinking of making New Year resolutions? Gordon Harley asks that you stop and give a little more thought to your plans.
Owners of Birmingham’s biggest gay nightclub the Nightingale are celebrating their first anniversary since rescuing the well known city venue.
A popular little theatre in Bloxwich, Walsall is marking the second year since its’ re-opening with a special Christmas Open Mic Night this Friday 14th
Birmingham City Mission is calling for participants for the 2013 Sponsored Sleepout to be held on Friday 15th February
As the year draws to its close, join award winning poet Holly Corfield Carr on a circular walk through the dramatic mythology and geology of the Roaches.
Amnesty International invites you to their annual fundraising Christmas Concert for Human Rights in aid of Amnesty International and Freedom from Torture.
Further ways to prevent boredom. Part two of our guide to events at local places of interest during half-term.
There’ll be no bored kids if we can help it.
Wondering about Christmas presents already? Get some ideas here.
Nothing planned for Saturday? How about watching a football match?
Tammy Facey has been out and about exploring Birmingham businesses – she’s found Mr Bird’s Emporium
October at a glance at the OJS…
The Barber Institute of Fine Arts has teamed up with fellow Birmingham gallery Ikon and the National Trust to celebrate the art of walking with a day of walks, talks and feasting.
Another comedian makes his Artrix debut on Wednesday, September 26th when Danny Bhoy brings his show “ Dear Epson” to the Arts Centre.
On the second floor of a pub in Birmingham, something very different is being attempted with an art exhibition.
“I won’t tell you what it’s about because it would be impossible. Just find it yourself and read it. I envy you the joys ahead.”
Sutton Coldfield’s Good Hope Hospital is holding its very first community fête next week
From 28th September the 2nd edition of the biggest festival of contemporary Polish films starts in Birmingham.
Artrix kicks off its Autumn music programme on Saturday, September 8th with the visit of Bromsgrove based band Virgil and The Accelerators supported by Albany Down.
The live music scene is looking up again in Bloxwich next month as Bookmark Theatre rings the changes with the return of those supreme exponents of Art & Soul and 1960s-inspired vibe – ‘DC Fontana’
Tammy Facey explores a quirky shop in Digbeth.
Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre opens its autumn season in style with brand new drama Fragile in B2 from Sat 8 to Sat 22 Sept, written by Coventry’s very own BAFTA award-winning writer, Geoff Thompson.
The Birmingham Honey Show is returning to Martineau Gardens, a Community Garden, in Edgbaston, on Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 September, from 10am until 4pm.
On Tuesday 25 September The Public in West Bromwich will be launching three new classes for adult learners wanting to discover more about the world of art and digital media