Producers have announced today that they will be holding open auditions for talented child and adult performers to play iconic Motown artists in the touring production.
18/81 is the new bar concept set to be a new destination hotspot for cocktail lovers in Birmingham’s Southside and across the city.
Tickets to a special Edwardian Tearooms Late event with a Suffragette twist will officially go on sale Saturday 9th June, as Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery marks 100 years of the women’s vote.
Shakespeare Birthplace Trust loan to Parliament a rare sketch showing women’s exclusion from political debate 200 years ago.
Griff Rhys Jones brings his new tour ‘Where was I?’ to Midlands Arts Centre 5 July 2018.
Dudley Zoological Gardens are again teaming up with Flatpack Projects and Film Hub Midlands to present the cinema spectacular BEWARE THE MOON.
One of the UK’s most prolific trombonists has been announced as the new Head of Brass at Birmingham City University’s Royal Birmingham Conservatoire.
Birmingham Indian Film Festival is a cinematic treasure trove of carefully curated premieres of South Asian independent films.
The creative tension between accomplished skill, experimentation and the development of new ideas, provides the starting point for CTRL/Shift, the latest exhibition from The 62 Group of Textile Artists.
Families can score a Father’s Day that’s choc-full of fun at Cadbury World, with football-themed entertainment, chocolate gifts and more.
New BMAG Exhibition compels visitors to look at everyday objects with wonder
Midlands Arts Centre (MAC) presents cinema beneath the stars this summer: it’s time for the return of SUNDOWN CINEMA!
NEXT WEEK: Radio 3 Piano Showcase, Paul Badura-Skoda, Peter Donohoe at 65
The Colmore Food Festival is hoping to become one of the most sustainable events in Birmingham with a mission to achieve zero waste to landfill and a total ban on plastic drinking straws.