St Patrick’s Festival Birmingham launches ‘cultural calendar’ with Chieftains gig.
Live music meshed with news and current affairs soundbites, samples and audience interaction through technology.
Best of British to be staged across the city.
Ten year landmark heralds Town Hall, Symphony Hall partnership.
Four weddings to celebrate twenty years.
Simon Hale enjoys the all-enveloping warmness of Katie Melua at Symphony Hall.
Dave Woodhall talks to folk legend Maddy Prior.
Free concert for families to relax at Christmas.
Dave Woodhall talks to ex-Specials frontman and original rude boy Neville Staple.
Simon Hale sees the world-renown singer get the blues.
Town Hall & Symphony Hall slash ticket prices by 25%.
Simon Hale watches a night of precious music.
Birmingham dates for Dutch singing star.
Simon Hale talks to Strictly star Brendan Cole about his upcoming tour.
Steve Beauchampé witnesses a master in action.
City dates for world-renowned young musicians.
Feast of innovative and exciting music to take place in the city.
New dates announced.
Singers, comedians, chefs, poets, (ex-) prison officers. Anything we’ve left out?
Plenty in store at the city centre’s top venues.
A Birmingham jazz musician and composer has been chosen by Town Hall & Symphony Hall to represent the city in a prestigious European music series.
Plenty for just about everyone in the dates just announced.
More good news for the city’s cultural scene.