Sir Howard Elston writes:
Another exclusive report by Sir Howard Elston from a 19th hole bar somewhere in the blessed Home Counties
Our political editor, Sir Howard Elston, sits down with Prime Minister of Enger-Lund Dave Cammo about this week’s shock horror Parliamentary bollocks.
The Public will be hosting a special concert in memory of Black Country legend, poet and entertainer, Alfie, on 21st June.
Laurence Inman is in a pensive mood, dogged by regrets.
With the age of literary correspondence dying, it seems more important than ever to provide spaces of warmth and comfort in which writers can not only retreat
Popular TV presenter Michaela Strachan pays her first visit to Artrix with a delightful show for children aged between 3 and 8
A mixture of music, poetry and stories lined up for February at The Kitchen Garden Café
There are interesting connections between WH Auden, Iceland and Bournville. Laurence Inman explains…..
Explore the power of imagery in poetry, and the presence of words in art, on this unique poetry and art workshop
Laurence Inman remembers how he first engaged with TS Eliot.
Solihull School has taken a creative new approach to commemorating School events after appointing its first Poet Laureate.
As the year draws to its close, join award winning poet Holly Corfield Carr on a circular walk through the dramatic mythology and geology of the Roaches.
Join poet & writer Helen Calcutt, in the breathtaking heathland of Cannock Chase.
Poet & writer Helen Calcutt has been appointed the Clent Hills Writer in Residence, under the volunteer scheme with the National Trust.
Music, poetry and storytelling coming to the wacky venue in Kings Heath
Kings Heath’s Kitchen Garden Café has an eclectic mix of entertainment coming up this month.
The Andrew Logan Arts Festival draws on both local and incoming creative and artistic talent to stage a series of workshops, events and performances for the whole community to enjoy.
What does Symphony Hall mean to you? Staff at the prestige venue are asking audiences, staff and musicians that very question.
Comedy, music and poetry on in May in Kings Heath
Rising poetic talent Helen Calcutt is due to perform at this years’ Cheltenham Poetry Festival