It was fifty years ago today, trumpets Richard Lutz, as he re-lives that great album.
Stephen Pennell goes to a special party.
Suburb comes to life for annual Street Festival.
Next month, writes Richard Lutz, Network Rail takes a firm step towards re-opening train services through Moseley and Kings Heath
The West Country comes to Kings Heath.
Fab four at fifty-two.
And if you ever threw a scarf at Mick Jagger, read on.
More Ritz celebrations.
Celebration planned for anniversary of city debut.
Young Coventry University female duo performing on Sunday 4 August to help celebrate the great 1960s female pop stars
Concert on Sunday 4 August will celebrate the great 1960s female pop stars who performed at former Ritz Ballroom.
Fans of The Kinks are being invited to come and get Kinky in King’s Heath on Sunday 7 July and celebrate a legendary performance by the group at the former Ritz Ballroom
Direct from Dakar and hailed the ‘Jimi Hendrix of Africa’, Noumoucanda Cissoko explores the explosive possibilities of the Kora.
Laurence Inman has been studying the decline of the high street.
Once again Tammy Facey, our intrepid gastro-gnome, has been out in the field doing what she likes best. Here’s her report.
On the day when the Office for National Statistics revealed that in the 2011 Census, driving was the most common form of commuting to work Laurence Inman so wishes it could all be different
Birmingham City Council officials have put residents minds at rest by stating that their intention is no longer to sell off or lease the site
With an arsenal of banjos, guitars, mandolin, fiddle, pedal steel, upright bass, and thundering drums, Rose’s Pawn Shop deliver a riotously addictive brew of creek mud, rusty nails and your mom’s cookin’.
A mixture of music, poetry and stories lined up for February at The Kitchen Garden Café
As British military casualties continue to return from the war in Afghanistan, Wounded – an emotional new play by Jenny Stephens – tells the stories of two soldiers, fighting a century apart
The Mee Club, Laughing Calves, Mick Thomas with Squeezebox Wally, Kieran Halpin, Traditional Song Session, Clayson Sings Chanson among others feature this month and next.
Music, poetry and storytelling coming to the wacky venue in Kings Heath
July listings for The Kitchen Garden in Kings Heath.
Kings Heath’s Kitchen Garden Café has an eclectic mix of entertainment coming up this month.
Comedy, music and poetry on in May in Kings Heath
Coming to the Kitchen Garden: Terry Pratchett writes that “Peter Knight can spin the world on his Bow”.
Paul Samuels reviews a night at the Hare and Hounds in Kings Heath.
They serve more than food at Kings Heath’s Kitchen Garden Café.
Astride the A435 on the southern edge of Birmingham, Kings Heath could do with a make-over.