Summer holidays + inviting stretch of water can = danger.
More acts have been announced for the two city centre venues.
Coventry University’s Phoenix Racing team has won the Shell-sponsored award for the ‘Most Fuel-efficient Car’
Lots going on with the Home of Metal….. including DIY instrument and fanzine making, t-shirt decorating workshops, film screenings and a bat walk
Punch Records is inviting the people of Birmingham to join Levi Roots, the Reggae Philharmonic Orchestra, top local music acts, family-friendly comedians, storytellers and artists for a free afternoon
A couple of memorable nights in store in Bilston this week.
Dave Woodhall takes off his sunglasses to see what’s been going on in B6.
Warwick Arts Centre have announced details for their live streaming of the highly-acclaimed Met Opera season
The weather might be awful but Kings Heath’s Hare & Hounds will soon be playing host to some solid summer sounds
Here’s the latest acts annouced from the two city centre venues.
The first ever Birmingham Cannon Hill Park Community Games takes place on Sunday 24th July
The idea of giving business a helping hand to redevelop Paradise Circus by making it part of an ‘Enterprise Zone’ seems to have fallen flat, writes Alan Clawley
Martin Longley spends a considerable amount of time in one of Brooklyn’s finest haunts…
As Rebekah Brooks slowly slips over the horizon, let’s kick off with a famous quote: ’With great power comes great responsibility.’
Andy Munro bids a not-so-fond adieu to the latest departure from St Andrews.
Howard Elston, our top reporter who helped shut down the News of the World, has this EXCLUSIVE interview with Rupert Murdoch.
Fans of Birmingham City and Aston Villa might have been wondering how much compensation Villa would have to pay Blues
The Birmingham Press has received a plea for help from a local school and is happy to assist where possible.
Alan Clawley raises questions concerning the redevelopment plans for Birmingham’s Paradise Circus
Students at Small Heath School and Sixth Form Centre saw first-hand the power of hydrogen when a team of scientists to launch Birmingham Science City’s ‘Big Hydrogen Challenge’.
David Cameron would like us to believe that the pain inflicted on us by the government after the banking crash will be more bearable if we believe him, writes Alan Clawley
Andy Munro was present when Roger Daltrey kicked off his UK tour in Wolverhampton.
Motorsport engineering students at Coventry University will be aiming for the top step of the podium at Silverstone next weekend
The Glee Club Birmingham launches Autumn comedy season with top TV names
Serrated axes, throttling reeds, circular-breathing trumpet tones and yowling or multiphonic vocals: all of these infest the mean streets of Manhattan and Brooklyn,
Exactly three months ago, on 9th April, this website published an article calling for the shutdown of the News of the World.
Monumental pressure by me, Howard Elston, has forced the Murdoch clan to shut the odious News of the World, I can self effacingly reveal.
London’s Victoria and Albert Museum’s collection of the Art of Photography comes to Wolverhampton this October.
“I’m really proud to be a Brummie and to call Birmingham my home,….” Tony Iommi, Black Sabbath
So what exactly is the point of merging the Millennium Point Trust and Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery as announced this week?