No ‘adult content’ in this show bringing children’s tv favourites to Bromsgrove.
The show makes a welcome and overdue return to Artrix on Sunday, October 21st.
Following his outstanding first visit to Artrix last Christmas with “ Marley’s Ghost, James Hyland returns to Artrix
A new kind of theatre event is coming to Artrix on on Tuesday, October 9th involving film, interactivity and performance.
After his successful debut at Artrix, the comedian Lee Hurst makes a return to the Arts Centre on Sunday, October 7th
The island of Jamaica has had many influences on Great Britain – 2012 marks the 50th anniversary of Jamaican Independence
Blues returns to The Studio at Artrix on Saturday, September 29th
Bromsgrove Concerts opens its 2012-3 Season on Friday, September 28th with the visit of Carducci Quartet.
Another comedian makes his Artrix debut on Wednesday, September 26th when Danny Bhoy brings his show “ Dear Epson” to the Arts Centre.
Rocking in Bromsgrove
Following last year’s stunning production of “ Madame Butterfly “, Mid Wales Opera return to Artrix on Saturday, September 22nd with another masterpiece, “ Don Giovanni “.
Artrix kicks off its Autumn music programme on Saturday, September 8th with the visit of Bromsgrove based band Virgil and The Accelerators supported by Albany Down.
“…our findings indicate that the local business community could be looking more confidently to the future”
Policing some of the busiest roads in the country has been made easier thanks to the opening of a new purpose-built headquarters.
Reports of Halesowen Town’s demise have thankfully, been greatly exaggerated,
Once more it sees that Halesowen Town FC may have played their last game.
Halesowen Town are the oldest football club in the region, but they may have played their last game. Dave Woodhall reports.
Work is already well underway for the 2011 UK census
Dave Woodhall comments on the news that a 15 year old in Bromsgrove has been banned from starting work early. Are such stories as clear as they seem?
Football isn’t just about the glamour of the Premier League and it’s good when supporters realise it.