Careers fair aims to provide opportunities for young people.
Midlands survey launched to help make music careers available to everyone.
Over 2,000 take part in an annual celebration of sport and leadership.
More than 4,000 young people set to perform at free music festival.
Coaching programme aims to connect cricket back with the commmunity.
Opportunities grow for students at drama colleges.
Everything to Everybody Project announces First Folio tour and new exhibition.
Artists meet students, business leaders, politicians and dignitaries.
Arts Council funding confirmed for City of Culture performance.
Free residency to take place at Midland Arts Centre.
Diane Parkes writes about how BRB will be marking their anniversary.
CORE Education Trust and Royal Birmingham Conservatoire record track for Shelter.
Let Her – the postcard project giving power to women.
Imagineer launch new project as part of Coventry City of Culture.
Black Country pupils come together for sport and activity.
Black Country School Partnership Games return after eighteen months of virtual activity.
New UB40 line-up captured at Birmingham City University media production facilities.
STEM Through Football event helps local schools to engage with pupils.
World-renowned Twycross Zoo launches search for young conservationists in Birmingham.
Comedian Sideman talks about overcoming adversity as part of Get ready for uni: live.
Darts match marks end of ‘everyday objects’ city exhibition.
FabLab pilots innovative virtual reality programme.
Helping West Midlands creative talent into jobs.
Street art still a crucial medium to express solidarity and hope, says Birmingham academic.
Slow Boat launching for the Summer.
Increased Black representation in programme making to be at the forefront of change.
Thousands of residents benefit from better qualifications and skills.
Life-changing STEM opportunity for Black Country mother of five.
Kings Heath school receives special visit from Birmingham Phoenix cricketers.
UK’s biggest folk band counts down to June 21st.