Brummie bystanders enjoyed a brush with British acting royalty on Tues 15 May as three of theatre’s most iconic stars descended on Birmingham’s IKON Gallery to celebrate the launch of the Olivier Award-winning comedy Art.
Details of historic Jewellery Quarter and city centre buildings will be showcased in a unique exhibition of new illustrations by Birmingham based artist, Thomas Parry, known as Made on the Canal, on show at the Museum of the Jewellery Quarter
Allow your children to get whisked away this May half term; caught up in a variety of intriguing and breathtaking activities at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens, including the reopening of our astounding Butterfly House.
The Stratford-upon-Avon Poetry Festival returns for the 65th year with a poignant and diverse programme commemorating the centenary of the end of the First World War, with poetry and readings reflecting the ongoing need for peace and reconciliation – in the world, and in ourselves.
World class choreography, gravity defying dance, freestyle, inflated latex suits, VR and light shows set to wow and entertain audiences as award-winning Birmingham International Dance Festival announces full programme for its sixth festival in June 2018.
The UK's biggest folk band, The Conservatoire Folk Ensemble, have announced details of their new mini-album, ‘Sleepy Maggie + Remixes Reworkings and Rarities’, which will be released on Sunday 10 June.
Abraham Darby’s Old Furnace in Coalbrookdale is among 10 industry, trade and commerce places chosen today (4 May 2018) by V&A Director Tristram Hunt, for inclusion in Historic England’s campaign Irreplaceable: A History of England in 100 Places, sponsored by specialist insurer, Ecclesiastical
Following a sell-out run last year, Knees & Toes Theatre are delighted to give young audiences another chance to see their enchanting production Mr Silly Pancake & the Land of Cake & Biscuits as it comes to Midlands Arts Centre