New guided audio performance inspired by Polish translations of Shakespeare.
Mexican Day of the Dead celebration for Coffin Works.
Late summer treats without (as much) guilt.
Dave Woodhall ventures into uncharted territory via the Stone Valley Midlands festival.
Talking to Birmingham comedian Lindsey Santoro.
In which we pay a visit to the Queen & Castle, Kenilworth.
Villa lose at Arsenal, Dave Woodhall has seen it all before.
Andy Munro finds consolation in Blues losing to Norwich City.
Now the dust’s settled, Richard Nevin looks back on a triumph.
Villa lose to West Ham with Dave Woodhall getting second-hand commentary.
Music and laughter at the Bridgehouse Theatre.
Hometown return for acclaimed folk outfit.
Blues go down at Rotherham. Andy Munro tried to find consolation.
Food, drink and entertainment in a stunning setting.
Jessica Harris enjoys the latest Royal Shakespeare Company production.
Villa ease past Bolton Wanderers in the Carabao Cup and Dave Woodhall comments.
Silver jubilee brings in artists from around the world.
Jessica Harris watches a Rep production stretching around the world.
Villa lose at Crystal Palace. Dave Woodhall comments on it.
Andy Munro on Blues’ defeat to Wigan.
Free family festival promises fun for all.
Athletes from across Commonwealth shine light on startling threat of climate change.
Andy Munro reports from Blues’ draw with Watford.
Exhibition explores the influence of Shakespeare on Bollywood.
Dave Woodhall watches Villa beat Everton 2-1.
Andy Munro writes about Blues’ defeat at Cardiff City.
BGT’s Axel Blake, Troy Hawke, Dan Nightingale, improvised Austentatious, free half dayers and more.
Andy Munro remains confident despite Blues’ defeat to Norwich.
150 walks, talks and tours scheduled around the city.
Festival returns to Moseley Park.