Legendary Brummie band bring music into the classroom.
Simon Hale enjoys the CBSO’s latest performance.
Villa’s bad run ends with a win at Everton. Dave Woodhall watches.
Andy Munro watches Blues lose to Luton Town.
We talk to the multi-faceted Eddie Piller about music and his part in urban gentrification.
Jessica Harris thanks the Rep for the music.
Andy Munro reports back from Birmingham City’s defeat at Norwich.
Women & Theatre look ahead to the next forty years.
Iconic band Sparks add Wolverhampton show to world tour.
Villa lose at home to Arsenal. Dave Woodhall was Hollywood star-spotting.
Blues go down to Huddersfield Town as Andy Munro watches.
The legendary puppeteers return at the Rep, watched by Jessica Harris.
Jessica Harris sees another take on a familiar story.
Andy Munro watches as Blues are beaten by Cardiff City.
Simon Hale enjoys the return of a winning combination from Birmingham Royal Ballet.
Second wave announcement also includes comedians Lou Sanders and Robin Ince.
Legendary ex-Stranglers front man to provide Moments of Madness in May.
Effective communications shown to be the way forward.
Dave Woodhall sees Villa lose to Manchester City with a well-honed air of cynicism.
Andy Munro watches as Blues beat the Albion.
Helen Annetts visits the new Roxy Ballroom in the city centre.
Verve Festival of Poetry and Spoken Word brings top events to the city.
The eco-drag challenge is here.
Dave Woodhall watches Villa somehow lose to Leicester City.
Blues’ dramatic win at Swansea City has Andy Munro encouraged.
Andy Munro finds consolation as Blues go out of the FA Cup to Blackburn Rovers.