The People’s Orchestra, launched in March, are holding their inaugural concert at the Adrian Boult Hall, in Birmingham, on the 4th November.
One of the West Midlands’ best-known retailers is celebrating a special birthday in style, with the launch of exclusive new ranges and plans to roll out a new e-commerce facility.
A first-class honours fashion student from Coventry University has won a top award at this year’s illustrious Midlands Fashion Designer Awards in Birmingham.
Terry Wills curses Albion’s inability to hold a lead.
Employees of Birmingham City Council (BCC), who have made a real difference to the lives of local people, are being recognised for their achievements in a special awards ceremony next month.
Midland rock musicians and the photographers who snap them are launching a unique exhibition celebrating the best of live music photography.
Q: Did Chelsea captain John Terry take part in last weekend’s Kick Racism Out tee-shirt campaign that was boycotted by many black athletes?
Birmingham’s Town Hall plays host to jazz legend Wayne Shorter next Thursday Nov 1.
Laurence Inman realises, possibly too late, that it’s quality not quantity that counts.
More drone attack planes for Britain. But what’s behind it, asks Richard Lutz
Clive John and The Spirit Band return to Artrix with their popular The Johnny Cash Roadshow.
Birmingham Bach Choir is on the lookout for new talent from across Birmingham
A local boxing champion is backing fund-raising for a young peoples’ charity
News of a photographic exhibition just opening
Establishing Solihull as the conference centre for the area will be the focus for Darren McGhee, the new general manager at St John’s Hotel in the town.
Internationally acclaimed all-male Shakespeare company, Propeller, return to Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre with their adaptation of Twelfth Night
from HOWARD ELSTON, our international diplomatic correspondent, who likes to write his name in capitals
Andy Munro on Saturday’s Midlands derby at St Andrews.
Dave Woodhall waxes lyrical on the charms of an afternoon by the Thames.
As British military casualties continue to return from the war in Afghanistan, Wounded – an emotional new play by Jenny Stephens – tells the stories of two soldiers, fighting a century apart
Dave Woodhall talks to legendary guitar hero and technical innovator Steve Hackett.
Endurance paid off for twenty-six-year-old Ben Jones who won the Coventry Half Marathon last week in preparation for his full marathon debut in Dublin at the end of this month.
Whose birthday is it today, asks Richard Lutz. And who drew breathe on the same date, the same year?
Midlands Co-operative Society’s business performance has produced a robust performance in the first half of 2012, in spite of the lengthy economic downturn.
Local jewellers Rex Johnson & Sons took on staff at The Bullion Room in Hockley at a ‘bake off’ to celebrate National Baking Week
A magical children’s theatre production, about the tales of a mischievous frog, takes place at The Public in West Bromwich on Thursday 25 October.
Solihull School’s Chamber Choir is teaming up with the world-renowned choir, orchestra and choral group – Armonico Consort – in a pilot project for the opportunity to perform in a critically acclaimed opera.
Changing Our Lives, a West Midlands based self-advocacy organisation working with people with disabilities, is holding a Quality of Health Conference at the Midlands Arts Centre
City boss praises diversity and makes commitment to reducing inequality.
German Comedy Ambassador Henning Wehn returns with his new show Henning Knows Bestest, coming to Glee Club Birmingham in February