Anniversary treat marks celebration.
Kings Heath’s Hare and Hounds was the venue last night for the first appearance in Birmingham of Police Dog Hogan
Here at last to satisfy the clamour of their Brummie fans, come Police Dog Hogan.
Antiques Roadshow meets Cash in the Attic with the launch of luxury day trips to learn from TV experts how to spot a cut-price collector’s item.
The question was; what to do on a dank Sunday in February for a day out without spending loads of dosh? And here’s the answer: A trip to RAF Museum Cosford.
Mac to present an interactive theatre performance developed for Balsall Heath.
Blues and good causes are the order of this week.
From our news desk.
RICHARD LUTZ takes in the long awaited theatrical double-header of Tudor shenanigans.
Bournville String Orchestra, The Ruddock Performing Arts Centre, King Edward’s School, Edgbaston Park Road, Edgbaston Saturday September 7th 2013 19:30
The Jam House is welcoming Dr. Feelgood this Thursday 8 August for an evening of uplifting rock and roll.
Following the successful re-launch of Fierce Festival in 2011 and 2012, the internationally acclaimed programme to celebrate its fifteenth anniversary in autumn 2013
Young Coventry University female duo performing on Sunday 4 August to help celebrate the great 1960s female pop stars
Hotel Teatro presents the fantastic well loved story, George’s Marvellous Medicine at Artrix.
Shappi Khorsandi is one of the hottest comedy prospects in the country. She is back with a brand new show for 2013: Live
There’s definitely some unusual events taking place.
From wartime classrooms to building your own glider, the RAF Museum at Cosford has plenty going on during the summer holidays.
With no forecast of snow for the area, Sunday 28th July will be a good day to enjoy one of the glorious gardens of the Cotswolds.
Birmingham Repertory Theatre re-opens to the public following its major refurbishment with the sell-out National Theatre production of Alan Bennett’s new play, People.
Maureen Lipman returns to Birmingham Repertory Theatre this October in a brand new play by Oliver Cotton, Daytona.
Retail Birmingham will be brightening the streets of the city centre with a month long programme of ‘Street Performance Saturdays’
DE.CON.STRUCT is a group exhibition, which aims to challenge gender norms and ideals.
This family show, brings magic and fun to the stage at Artrix on Thursday 8th August, at 2pm.
A legendary funk Afro-jazz band that burst into the charts with a classic instrumental dance track is to make their Jam House debut next month.
A return for a legendary name, amongst others.
This summer, Ikon is calling for people called Navin to join Navinland, a global community of people sharing the same name.
Concert on Sunday 4 August will celebrate the great 1960s female pop stars who performed at former Ritz Ballroom.
Birmingham arts organisations stage free outdoor spectacular to welcome city’s new cultural asset
It’s time for Alistair Griffin to sing for his supper, as the singer-songwriter embarks on a UK tour with a difference.
Count Dracula, is now making sinister plans to walk the boards at the popular Bookmark Bloxwich Theatre next Saturday afternoon.