Sir Howard Elston, scourge of the right, sworn enemy of the left and not too keen on the centrists, reports on a new macro industrial tie-up that will help everyone…especially him.
Festival of free street theatre comes to West Bromwich.
The hottest event in town – Birmingham Chilli Festival – will be arriving in Brindleyplace this Friday, ready to challenge Birmingham’s taste buds.
Hoards of film fans have packed out Brindleyplace this week to enjoy a range of family-friendly movies during this year’s Outdoor Film Festival.
It’s that time of year when jazz takes over Birmingham once more.
Tales of gory gods and gruesome greeks, rip-roaring adventure stories plus new pieces created live with the audience are all on the programme for the Martineau Gardens Storytelling Festival.
Southside has a season of sizzling festivals to turn up the heat in Birmingham’s most bustling district this summer.
In exactly two months time the doors of Britain’s biggest beer festival will open, offering over 800 real ales, ciders and perries from the UK’s best producers to slake the thirst of over 55,000 beer lovers.
Now in its 22nd year the Bromsgrove Folk Festival returns to its spiritual home, The Bowling Green Inn, Shaw Lane, Stoke Prior.
Local music festival set up to raise money for charity
Leicester’s Cultural Quarter will be a vibrant hive of activity this June as An Indian Summer festival comes to the City for the third year running.
With less than two weeks to go Birmingham Pride organisers say the event is attracting the most diverse range of music it’s ever seen and proving a hit with ticket-buyers.
Brindleyplace has named Aston Manor Cider as the sponsor for its fiery Chilli Festival that will take place on the mixed-use estate this summer.
Fourth annual festival of innovative European theatre returns to Birmingham
Birmingham art rockers Stubblemelt have been announced as headliners for the Midland’s second Fitness Festival,
Birmingham’s Fierce Festival returns this October with its distinctive programme of performance and surprising installations in public space.
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.
Brand new exhibition at Winterbourne House and Garden asks University of Birmingham researchers to capture detailed research projects in just one image
Jerome Turner invites anyone with a box of old cine reels to come along and have them projected at 8mm Cine Club’s first visit to Flatpack Festival.
Art Soak – a free arts festival bringing a feel good factor to south Birmingham – 23rd – 26th March 2013
Flatpack Festival returns to Birmingham from 21-31 March 2013, spreading across two weekends for the very first time.
A member of Coventry University’s School of Art and Design is to act as curator for a new arts festival taking place in Florida later this year.
Flatpack Festival / Birmingham City University collaboration kicks off!
Talented saxophone players from Solihull School who triumphed at a top music contest are to join ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ star Julian Smith for a live performance.
Venues across Birmingham
After various washed-out and cancelled festivals, this year’s Association of Festival Organisers Conference plans to tackle the big issues of the Festival industry in three debates.
Ambitious Birmingham arts festival celebrates 10th year
A documentary made by a senior lecturer from Coventry University is to have its film festival premiere at the 2012 West Midlands Human Rights Film Festival in Birmingham tomorrow.
The FLIP Festival is launching GIF the City, a new invigorating participatory project.
Martin Longley just can’t get enough of Belgium! This time he returns to review the Antwerpian Jazz Middelheim festival weekender…