New all-star album to place Birmingham music on global stage.
Simon Hale is enthralled by the CBSO’s premiere.
Spotlighting the region’s creativity, ambition, heritage and diversity on a global stage.
Civil rights musical to be the centrepiece of new season.
Red Brick Market to host celebration of Far East culture.
Dave Woodhall comments on Villa’s win at Brighton.
Andy Munro watches Blues go down to Huddersfield Town.
Town Hall date for local heroes.
Spring season announced for Royal Birmingham Conservatoire.
Featuring premiere of newly commissioned work alongside the best of Vaughan Williams.
Blues go down at Reading. Andy Munro reports back.
Having a word with Rob Lloyd, singer with perhaps the ultimate Birmingham cult band.
Jessica Harris attends the Birmingham Royal Ballet at Birmingham Hippodrome.
Dig Brew Co to hold Midlands’ first dark beer festival.
Villa lost at home to Watford and Dave Woodhall watches.
Andy Munro sees Blues draw at Stoke.
Acclaimed singer-songwriter Jamie Lawson talks to Dave Woodhall.
Opportunity to see behind the scenes of historic city centre theatre.
Online festival celebrates contemporary arts and culture in three countries.
Birmingham date for tribute with a difference.
Sneak preview of Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby.
Collaboration with Sky Studios sees award-winning writers mentor new talent.
Tickets now on sale for the return of classic line-up of festival favourites.
Library of Birmingham to host family day for Shakespeare project.
Birmingham band releases politically-charged single Plebxit.
Sixty eclectic in-person events throughout the city to escape with.
Retelling of Greek myths to use interactive technology alongside traditional production methods.
Three-day event to showcase some of the world’s biggest stars.
Women-led performance to be part of Coventry City of Culture.
Villa’s defeat at Newcastle leaves Dave Woodhall wondering what the future might hold.