Famous Snobs nightclub moving to Broad Street.
Black Sabbath legend helps long-running Birmingham music event.
Revealing the history and genius behind Centenary Square.
Costly legal battle halted by cheaper compromise.
Black Sabbath’s heavy metal bench used by global debt-climate protesters.
Several charity concerts are being staged at local venues over the next few weeks.
Chinese New Year celebrations to begin in heart of Birmingham.
Davenports’ famous Beer at Home is back – with exclusive launch in Birmingham.
Media focus on racist in court will “remind people to behave” on nights out.
Birmingham business leader demands improved city centre broadband and Wi-Fi.
Council decide on two week delay to allow for business adjustment.
Nightlife supremo criticises government and council decisions.
How top independent bar is getting air flowing for 17th May reopening.
Thousands enjoy Westside as hospitality reopens on Birmingham’s golden mile.
Marquees and new outdoor areas enable plans to go ahead.
Heavy metal bench gets spruced up ahead of lockdown ending.
“State mistrust of hospitality will cost taxpayers hundreds of millions of pounds” – claim.
Birmingham’s hospitality sector calls for government to unveil plans to lift lockdown.
Westside BID organises annual awards ceremony via YouTube.
City eateries continue to set high standards despite pandemic.
Tony Iommi talks Black Sabbath as band’s bench reinstalled in Birmingham.
Fears of industry devastation and mass infections at home because of Tier 3 status.
Move needed to “save scores of venues and thousands of jobs”.
Nightlife chiefs fear Tier 3 ruling may cause “irreversible” harm.
Warden’s action led to arrest of armed man in city centre.
Shopping list for government aid from Birmingham’s hospitality sector.
24 Birmingham hospitality venues where you can safely socialise with friends.
Is this the only live music festival in the UK right now?
“Boris must start trusting hospitality sector,” Birmingham business leaders demand.
Birmingham, Sandwell & Westside Jazz Festival continues despite pandemic.