Birmingham artists are celebrating the award of new funding
You might think an Argentine restaurant would be out of place in Birmingham. Tammy Facey has been to check it out and is rather smitten.
One year after being unveiled in Birmingham’s Gay Village, the Rhinestone Rhino is celebrating its first milestone in the city’s Southside district by launching a merchandise store.
Birmingham’s Staying Cool at the Rotunda has won a Silver Award at the prestigious VisitEngland Awards for Excellence 2013 Ceremony.
Artists from across the West Midlands will have the opportunity to exhibit and sell their art within mac birmingham’s prestigious first floor art gallery.
The UK’s best known and most authorative film critic, Mark Kermode, is to celebrate his 50th birthday with the CBSO as they perform music from the films that have inspired him.
Birmingham is gearing up for a very special musical experience.
Keith Vaz MP, Anish Kapoor and East End Foods among the winners
St Matthew's Church deserves to be recognised as one of Birmingham’s star architectural attractions, believes Alan Clawley.
People from across Birmingham are being asked to vote for their favourite films to be shown during the second annual Brindleyplace Outdoor Film Festival.
Barometer reveals 12-month high in West Midlands manufacturing SME confidence
Birmingham-based building services provider J S Wright has taken a lead within the industry by launching its own Foremen’s Academy
Australian comic and ex heavy-metal drummer Steve Hughes, returns with his new show to Glee Club.
Alan Clawley considers what should be the defining ‘iconic’ symbol of Birmingham.
Bees in Balsall Heath received a welcome boost last Saturday with a new bee garden opened by local MP Roger Godsiff.
You are invited to revel in the freakish delights of Dr Frankenstein’s Travelling Freak Show
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Emerging theatre artists in the West Midlands have been given a boost with the news that Birmingham Repertory Theatre’s REP Foundry artist development programme will continue until 2016.