Deaffest, the UK’s leading Deaf-led Film and Arts Festival, returns on Friday 25 – Sunday 27 May at Light House Media Centre, Wolverhampton.
Year 5 children from Twickenham Primary School in Kingstanding are making great progress with their social enterprise scheme working with the Diggin’ Generations local food project
Neil Rami, Chief Executive of Marketing Birmingham commented on today’s announcement that unemployment in the West Midlands fell by 19,000 in the last quarter:
The stories behind iconic World War Two art and images are told in ‘Nose Art and Pin-Ups’ – the latest documentary film to be released by Coventry video experts Whirlwind Productions.
Alan Clawley brings us a potted history of John Madin’s Central Library in Birmingham.
Our diplomatic correspondent HOWARD ELSTON says the legal system is to be rocked to its very foundation by a new campaign in the wake of…well, everything.
Hits of the Bollywood Legends returns to Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre on Sat 26 May with a live show packed full of classic songs from Bollywood Movies from the ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s.
Coventry University students Memories in Motion will be presenting their original dance piece looking at dementia and its affects, to coincide with the start of Dementia Awareness Week (May 20th – 26th).
New research reveals extreme measures some Brits take to squeeze into their homes and highlights what people really want and need from their homes