How Welsh National Opera is helping city music students
Financial advisers from across the West Midlands attended a course on auto enrolment yesterday – the new regime for workplace pensions that has begun to roll out.
Madin walking tour led by Alan Clawley Starting at Five Ways Station, 10.30 am, 22nd June 2013
Leaders from some of Europe’s largest companies will be gathering in Birmingham to discuss the role that open innovation and collaboration can play in boosting the economy
With the age of literary correspondence dying, it seems more important than ever to provide spaces of warmth and comfort in which writers can not only retreat
“Maximising your Return on Investment from a Good Idea”
The University of Birmingham is set to host its first Arts & Science Festival to showcase the wealth of ideas, research and collaboration across its campus.
What better way to celebrate the potential arrival of warmer months than with a Halfmoon Walking & Writing Workshop over Cannock Chase.
One of Birmingham’s leading recruitment agencies is launching a new networking group later this month, aimed at the people who keep many of the West Midlands’ most influential business figures on track.
Author Vijay Mehta, Chair of Uniting for Peace, is giving a talk on his book on 5th March 2013 at University of Warwick
The city’s official business tourism programme Meet Birmingham will be taking its most diverse mix of event venues to this year’s International Confex
Venues across Birmingham
Explore the power of imagery in poetry, and the presence of words in art, on this unique poetry and art workshop
International sports legacy experts will convene at the University of Birmingham this week to discuss the rationale behind hosting global mega-events and their lasting impact.
Meet Birmingham, the city’s official business tourism programme, hosts its second Showcase event on 22-23 November 2012
Veteran BBC radio presenter Rob Nothman will be visiting Coventry later this month to present a special lecture entitled Fifty years of Radio Sports Commentary.
Fazeley Studios in Digbeth played host to a fringe session with an array of Conservative MPs and local creative Birmingham businesses
This half-term, from 22 – 27 October, a number of fun-filled workshops and entertaining events are set to inspire visitors to The Public.
Sculpture, glasswork and photography by creative University of Wolverhampton students will be going on display as part of an annual exhibition.
To celebrate the start of the Byzantine outreach programme, thirty-five 15-16yr olds from the local area were selected to attend a day of interactive workshops and activities at the University,