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18:20, 26 JUN 2014
10 great things to do around Digbeth and the Custard Factory
Hot on the heels of the opening of Alfie Bird's we take a look at some of the things to do in Digbeth
A celebration of pioneers of popular culture studies
A new exhibition is showcasing the pioneering work of an axed University of Birmingham department, The Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies. Graham Young reports
Justin Edgar: Birmingham has become my film set and I love it
Filmmaker Justin Edgar talks to Graham Young about turning back the clock 20 years on the streets of Birmingham.
John Hegley: My musings on poetry, books - ands spuds
Acclaimed poet is one of the star attractions at this year’s Wenlock Poetry Festival. Graham Young reports
How they did like to be beside the seaside
Last Sunday, courtesy of the Flatpack Film Festival, I had the opportunity of hosting John Krish’s marvellous 1961 documentary, They Took Us to the Sea.
Tragic tales inspire new hard-hitting adaptation
A new opera about the exploitation of women has given a voice to Midland prostitutes and teenagers, Roz Laws discovers.
Birmingham Day March 2014: Profile - More Canals Than Venice documents 100 facts about city
Film documents 100 facts about Birmingham
Comedian Mark Thomas keeps throwing a spanner in the works
Revolution isn't just a concept for the comic, who tells Roz Laws how taking a stand can lead to change.
Top men at city's LEP commit for three years
The GBSLEP board has approved the extension of Andy Street’s spell as chair and Steve Hollis’s tenure as deputy chair, both for a further three years
Jazz composer to explore music making in China
Jazz composer Sid Peacock has an exciting 2014 ahead of him – he’s associate artist at mac and has just been awarded a chance to make music in China. Peter Bacon reports
Birmingham City Council
Birmingham arts organisations to have council funding cut by up to 20 per cent
Among those hit are the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Performances Birmingham – which runs the Town Hall and Symphony Hall – the Birmingham Rep, Ikon and the Drum at Aston
Christmas theatre for autistic audiences and children with learning disabilities
Birmingham and Wolverhampton theatres to put on relaxed shows over festive period
Photos of Birmingham's skyline from the Post Flickr group
News of a new community photography project for Birmingham
A dream come true to assemble some of folk’s leading lights
Some of the leading lights of the folk firmament will be at mac, in Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham.
Jazz Diary with Peter Bacon
Peter Bacon rounds-up the coming week of jazz events in the West Midlands.
The Cube Birmingham
Adam Munday: Birmingham – A world class city
The general manager of Birmingham's popular eatery and champagne bar Marco Pierre White’s gives his thoughts on Birmingham three months after moving to the city
Birmingham Town Hall
Birmingham's Fierce Festival gets set to serve up a weekend feast of live arts
Beginning with platefuls of produce and ending with a psychedelic light show, the event also features a New York rapper, a feminist's Monster Body and a giant polar bear...
Shining light on plight of a landmark
He once blinded us with science, but now 1980s music star Thomas Dolby is illuminating audiences with his new Invisible Lighthouse tour. Marion McMullen discovers the inspiration for this work.
Andrew Killeen: Can creative writing be taught?
Director of the Pow-Wow LitFest in Moseley on how writing workshops can help you to develop good habits and lose bad habits
Rescue plan for TV legend’s final project
The son of Thunderbirds creator Gerry Anderson is regenerating his late father’s ideas. He discusses his plans with Graham Young .
Explosion of al fresco arts in Birmingham
Two major free outdoor arts festivals are to take over Birmingham city centre, discovers Roz Laws .
Selfridges shopping extravaganza for Bullring 10th anniversary
Birmingham landmark store pledges to pull out the stops to mark milestone for city centre
Exhibition celebrates the work of Birmingham Post cartoonist Bert Hackett
Former Birmingham Post cartoonist Bert Hackett spent more than half of his life drawing cartoons. Now a special exhibition is being staged to celebrate his 80th birthday. Graham Young reports.
Movie Review: In The Fog (12A)
You might expect a World War Two Russian-language film called In The Fog to be all doom and gloom in the visual sense.