Hundreds of community members joined forces at The Public yesterday to demonstrate their support for the West Bromwich arts centre
Terry Wills is still trying to get over Sunday at the Hawthorns.
The mysterious Black Country ‘ghostwriter’, known simply as AJW, has backed The Public in West Bromwich.
This October, award-winning British comic, Gina Yashere, will heading to The Public in West Bromwich, part of a rare nationwide tour.
Artists from across Sandwell are invited to submit artwork to The Public’s summer exhibition and have a unique opportunity to have their work displayed in a gallery alongside Tracey Emin, Martin Creed, Jeremy Deller and David Shrigley.
Terry Wills is not a happy Baggie, even if he is about to see history being made.
Free galleries, fun activities and a fantastic day out.
West Bromwich arts centre, The Public, has received messages of support from passionate fans following yesterday's shock announcement by Sandwell Council reviewing the building’s use.
The football season’s coming to an end and, at the Hawthorns, Terry Wills is starting to think it can’t come too soon.
Professional Grumpy Old Woman, writer and panto star; Jenny Éclair will be performing at The Public this June with her brand new show, Eclarious.
Terry Wills talks about Albion’s week, and their impact on the relegation struggle.
An afternoon of Black Country story and song celebrating the experiences of ordinary people with extraordinary stories will be taking place at The Public
Terry Wills wonders whether the Albion are on holiday yet.
A free evening of live entertainment will be taking place at The Public on Saturday 27 April, as covers band, The Busby Babes, take to the stage.
Terry Wills on the Albion and some unsavoury happenings elsewhere.
John Challis, best known for playing ‘Boycie’ in hit BBC show, Only Fools and Horses, was at The Public in West Bromwich promoting his forthcoming show, ‘Only Fools and…Boycie’.
Ruby Maihem returns to The Public in West Bromwich with a night of burlesque glitz and glamour.
Award winning comedian and science enthusiast Robin Ince will be performing at The Public in West Bromwich
Photographers from across the region have until 15 April to submit images to an open exhibition at The Public entitled, HomeMade.