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.
You are invited to revel in the freakish delights of Dr Frankenstein’s Travelling Freak Show
You can try the Ironbridge Gorge museums.
The summer season at mac birmingham kicks off with an exciting outdoor programme of theatre, music, comedy and movies – suitable for families, young people and adults.
Leicester’s Cultural Quarter will be a vibrant hive of activity this June as An Indian Summer festival comes to the City for the third year running.
With less than two weeks to go Birmingham Pride organisers say the event is attracting the most diverse range of music it’s ever seen and proving a hit with ticket-buyers.
Free galleries, fun activities and a fantastic day out.
Brindleyplace has named Aston Manor Cider as the sponsor for its fiery Chilli Festival that will take place on the mixed-use estate this summer.
One of the UK's most original stand-ups Paul Foot, brings his new show Words to Glee Club Birmingham on Wednesday 30th October,
Olivier Award-winning The Rise and Fall of Little Voice makes its way to the Belgrade starring Beverley Callard and Ray Quinn
Fourth annual festival of innovative European theatre returns to Birmingham
Veterans, tributes and a good cause are all at Bilston.
The University of Wolverhampton is to host a family fun day as part of its 21st birthday celebrations.
007 and Holly Golightly on the tv? Richard Lutz has more
The Shaolin Warriors – Return of the Master, Vampires Rock, Motown’s Greatest Hits – How Sweet it is, Hold Back the Night, Counterfeit Stones and Queen of the Dance.
Birmingham art rockers Stubblemelt have been announced as headliners for the Midland’s second Fitness Festival,
Birmingham’s Fierce Festival returns this October with its distinctive programme of performance and surprising installations in public space.
Roisin Conaty is an Edinburgh Comedy Award winner and star of BBC Three's Impractical Jokers - and she's on in Birmingham
Funknight, Bill Bailey, Joanne Shaw Taylor and Fascinating Aida appearing in Birmingham