Spectacular street-dance and breathtaking circus combine to bring Kipling’s classic tale crashing into the 21st Century.
A stunning collection of images taken by Luke Unsworth that show the fall and rise of Birmingham Bullring
You don’t need to travel very far to experience a world of family-friendly theatre on your doorstep this Summer at Birmingham Hippodrome.
Bring it On, The Sound of Music and Strangers On a Train, are just some of the hit productions coming to Birmingham’s New Alexandra Theatre as part of its Autumn Season, announced today.
Visitors to Museum of the Jewellery Quarter will be amongst the first people in the city to see new micro-sculptures by internationally renowned artist Willard Wigan
Headline DJs Craig Charles (6 Music), David Rodigan (1Xtra) and Don Letts (6 Music) invite members of the public to join them on the dance floor
This weekend, over 3,000 cocktail revellers are set to take over the city
Boublil and Schönberg’s legendary musical, Miss Saigon, lands in Birmingham this July.
Newman Brothers at the Coffin Works is pleased to announce the return of Coffin Folk event.
A galaxy of star names announced for Cinderella at Birmingham Hippodrome
For 10 weeks this summer, the sleuths of colourful 5ft-tall bears and 3ft-tall bear cubs will inhabit Bear-mingham and its surrounding areas Solihull, Sutton Coldfield, Sandwell and at Resorts World from Monday, 10 July.
Award-winning Birmingham artist Reuben Colley will be transferring his fine art onto a 3 Dimensional sculpture for the first time
Less than 100 days to go until Birmingham Weekender – how will you get involved?
From boozy brunches to tantalising tastings and even the chance to distil your very own gin, Birmingham Cocktail Weekend has revealed a jam-packed events schedule
Indoors, outdoors and every space in between, Birmingham’s biggest arts festival, Birmingham Weekender 22 – 24 September
Developed in Birmingham is a season of exhibitions, events and activities celebrating early photography in the city.
Birmingham’s biggest arts festival, Birmingham Weekender, will return from Friday 22 to Sunday 24 September 2017 with dance, drums, music and a mechanical elephant transforming the city-centre
Images showing the construction of the Mailbox dated 1999-2000
Digbeth-based Friction Arts is pleased to announce they have received funding to undertake a project focused on the history of the Wholesale Market