Alan Clawley with a reminder that when the architects in John Madin’s office were working up plans for a new central library for Birmingham, they were also designing one for Redditch.
The exciting power trio Voodoo Room celebrate the short life of the first and arguably the greatest super group
Comedian, former Teacher and Barnstormer regular, Kevin Precious brings his teaching based comedy show Not Appropriate to Artrix
The Doors Alive, widely regarded as the most enthralling representation of the legendary 1960s rock gods, are playing at Artrix
New comic play by Liz John and Julia Wright, about invisible women, invisible men and the invisible truth
Helping people with disabilities to live more independently is ensuring one Malvern company is celebrating its milestone birthday in style.
Halesowen community invited to join in a big Poppy Picnic this Saturday to support The Royal British Legion’s vital work for the Armed Forces community
Artrix are welcoming back swing sensation, the Swing Commanders, with their champagne sparking show on Sunday 30th 7.30pm
Now in its 22nd year the Bromsgrove Folk Festival returns to its spiritual home, The Bowling Green Inn, Shaw Lane, Stoke Prior.
Guitar legend Steve Howe, whose career has spanned 40 years, will perform at Artrix
Bromsgrove Operatic Society bring Ruddigore, also known as the Witch’s curse, to the Artrix
Artix is welcoming the exciting Intoto Dance company for the first time on Saturday 8th June
Artrix welcomes Chris Cox the mind reader who can’t read minds
As part of the celebrated Bromsgrove festival, Timothy West will be appearing with the Pavao Quartet to present Intimate Letters
The English Symphony Orchestra – which originated in Worcestershire – will be playing at Artrix on Saturday 11th May at 8pm as part of the Bromsgrove festival.
Reform theatre bring their critically acclaimed play Me and My Dad to Artrix
Staff at Bromsgrove based advertising agency, Superdream, are preparing to don their hiking boots, and walk 40 miles in one day for two charities.
Double Grammy award winning musician Albert Lee brings his band Hogan’s hero’s to the Artrix theatre on Wednesday 24th April at 8pm.
Follow the story of Joy, creative, funny but losing her memory and her grandson Danny who decides to take on the role of her carer
It’s winter in 1852 on a train travelling between Birmingham and Cheltenham
Plop was a baby Barn Owl. He was exactly the same as every barn owl that has ever been, except for one thing – he was afraid of the dark!
Artrix is building up a reputation for staging gigs by some of the leading performers on the folk scene
Imagine the tone of Robin Trower, the influence of Steve Ray Vaughan, the energy of Jo Bonamassa, the intensity of Walter Trout and the haunting vocals of Stevie Nicks – that is Chantel.
Popular TV presenter Michaela Strachan pays her first visit to Artrix with a delightful show for children aged between 3 and 8
He boasts one of popular music’s most recognisable voices, having clocked up hit after hit with Dr Hook – who doesn’t remember Sylvia’s Mother?
Fine classical music takes centre stage at Artrix,
It’s said that 50% of advertising spending is worthwhile and 50% not. The problem is finding out which 50% is which.
“There is only one thing that sells tickets….Sex !!”
Words – Bromsgrove’s Literary Society – presents the new work of two local writers, Robert Ronsson and Fiona Joseph at Artrix
An evening at Artrix with Fearg and The Sonnettes and serenaded by hilarious synopsongs of some of Will’s most famous work