We find old and new combining at the King’s Arms in Knowle.
Birmingham Hippodrome to raise £30,000 to bring theatre to young people.
Helen Annetts goes chilled in the country for The Spa at Breedon Priory.
Bright Brummie band move into the big league.
Three’s definitely company at 1,000 Trades.
Get Rebellious at the Kitchen Garden Cafe.
Jessica Harris sees Christmas get underway at Birmingham Rep.
Dave Woodhall chats with Steve White, who plays Paul McCartney in the Bootleg Beatles.
Holly Heywood lies back and thinks of nothing in particular at Ardencote Spa.
Second headliners lined up for Staffordshire festival.
Experience the magic of cinema at the NEC.
Fred Bromwich pays tribute to former Birmingham Post journalist Rob Golding.
The CBSO dazzle in the November gloom, watched by Simon Hale.
Jessica Harris watches a Pins & Needles Productions show at the Midlands Arts Centre.
Birmingham chocolate manufacturers follow up TV appearance with festive opportunity.
Staffordshire attraction set to host blockbuster event.
Largest ever swing band to hit Broad Street this weekend.
Award-winning event to showcase the best in food and drink.
Clubs and supporters encouraged to take climate-friendly action.
Sutton Coldfield project will attract employment and training opportunities.
Chris Winter watches a great band helping a good cause at Symphony Hall.
Dave Woodhall enjoys Villa’s win at Brighton.
Talking to cellist, educator and broadcaster Julian Lloyd Webber.
Andy Munro sees Blues go down to Sunderland.
Jessica Harris watches Welsh National Opera’s production at Birmingham Hippodrome.
Villa go out of the Carabao Cup to Manchester United. Dave Woodhall sees few surprises.
Welsh National Opera turn tedium into enjoyment, as Simon Hale witnesses.
Cast announced for Lichfield Garrick’s new festive comedy show.
Jessica Harris kick off the festive season at the RSC.
Blues draw at home to Swansea with Andy Munro watching.