Media focus on racist in court will “remind people to behave” on nights out.
Andy Munro watches Blues go down at Queens Park Rangers.
Simon Hale watches the Birmingham Hippodrome production of Hairspray.
Legendary Birmingham blues venue hits the Black Country.
Andy Munro issues a pre-festive plea.
Sell-outs as more shows added.
Midlands Arts Centre re-connects older generations with art.
Classic pop meets top-level jazz on Friday evening.
Local hero announces Christmas date.
Andy Munro watches Blues draw at home to Preston.
Joe Costello witnesses the return of Nile Rodgers to the Birmingham stage.
Villa win at Old Trafford. Dave Woodhall wonders if he’s seeing things.
Fundraising taking place as Pride celebrations begin.
Promising folk singer to play Kings Heath venue.
Hockley Social Club and the CBSO present Symphonic Sessions.
Events to take place throughout the city.
Award-winning Tina Turner tribute coming to Coventry.
After Villa go out of the Carabao Cup to Chelsea, Dave Woodhall finds positives.
Debating the meaning, and the length, of life with comedian Mark Watson.
Simon Hale is present at the CBSO’s latest Symphony Hall date.
Blues go down to Peterborough. Andy Munro reports.
Dave Woodhall enjoys Villa’s 3-0 win over Everton.
Dave Woodhall talks music, beer and irrepressible footballers with Lindisfarne’s Rod Clements.
Another night of quality jazz awaits.
Authentic Bavarian bands, live DJ, street food and traditional beer on offer.
Dave Woodhall catches some fine musicians, yes siree.
Blues go down to Fulham. Andy Munro finds some consolation.
Fairport Convention’s Dave Pegg talks to Dave Woodhall.
Coming up at the Black Country venue.
Kazuki Yamada to become Chief Conductor and Artistic Advisor.