Award-winning Birmingham artist Reuben Colley will be transferring his fine art onto a 3 Dimensional sculpture for the first time
Bumper Year for Summer in Southside Festival as Countryside Fun Comes to Brum
Less than 100 days to go until Birmingham Weekender – how will you get involved?
Judges for the prestigious Art Fund Museum of the Year 2017 award, the world’s largest prize for museums, visited Birmingham’s Lapworth Museum of Geology on Monday 12th June
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
Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery will be taking part in the third annual Museum Week (19th -25th June),
As part of National Volunteers Week Birmingham Museums Trust is celebrating the dedication over 900 volunteers who help to keep the city’s heritage alive.
Everyone’s favourite kooky family come to Birmingham
Indoors, outdoors and every space in between, Birmingham’s biggest arts festival, Birmingham Weekender 22 – 24 September
‘The Hand That Feeds’ is a theatrical song cycle about food crime
Internationally acclaimed Tenor, Noah Stewart announced as Concerts in the Park soloist
Developed in Birmingham is a season of exhibitions, events and activities celebrating early photography in the city.
An exciting two-day event, Concerts in the Park, featuring world-class music and family fun will be putting arts and culture centre-stage in Royal Sutton Coldfield this July
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
Birmingham Hippodrome announces 18 months of award-winning hits.
Birmingham's very own Tim Cornbill secures double win at the 2017 Sony World Photography Awards
Catherine O’Flynn returns to 1973, and discovers Birmingham’s future mapped out in a Cliff Richard musical.
Images showing the construction of the Mailbox dated 1999-2000