Laurence Inman has a lesson in cyberspace and is in a merrier mood than of late.
For the fourth year in succession the Stoford sponsored Midlands Property Rugby Team has retained the title in the annual Tri Region Charity Rugby Festival.
An academic from Coventry School of Art and Design has finished runner-up in an international art competition.
Solihull School has paved the way to sporting excellence for female pupils after expanding its Physical Education Department.
Skill sharing day set to inspire creativity at The Public
Top names from across Birmingham’s business community are set to fight it out at the Brindleyplace Dragonboat Festival this Saturday, 22 June.
A cast of more than 60 students at a Walsall school are gearing up to put on rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar.
Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre has announced that acclaimed West End actor Simon Bowman will star in its new musical The Prodigals: A Man Had Two Sons
Prolific comedian Richard Herring is bringing his new tour show We're All Going To Die! to Glee Club Birmingham on Sunday 9th March next year.
Artrix are welcoming back swing sensation, the Swing Commanders, with their champagne sparking show on Sunday 30th 7.30pm
Birmingham is presenting a taste of its future conferencing and events offer to 5,000 visitors at the first ever Meetings Show UK
Tales of gory gods and gruesome greeks, rip-roaring adventure stories plus new pieces created live with the audience are all on the programme for the Martineau Gardens Storytelling Festival.
Birmingham’s innovative meeting and event space thestudio hosted a menu tasting session to launch its new Summer dishes developed by head chef Noel Murphy and his creative team.
Howard Elston HOWARD ELSTON, our internationally renowned political reporter, is in Northern Ireland on the number 23 bus following the G8 conference. Here is his biased report
Residents and holidaymakers across the West Midlands can get hands on with history this July by taking part in around 30 free activities taking place in the region
Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus pours out rivers of blood in this tale about power but still tells a good story, says Richard Lutz
John Lee Hooker jr tells Dave Woodhall about growing up with a legend.
Here's the chance to win tickets for the upcoming Levellers gig at Leamington Assembly.
Simon Hale found nothing alien about spending an evening in a New York theatre being wowed by Sigourney Weaver. Here’s his review.
The worlds of heritage and art are coming together in Coventry this summer for a unique series of open days at the award-winning Electric Railway Museum.