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48 Frederick Street, Jewellery Quarter

New gallery plans for former Jewellery Quarter factory

Vacant building which dates back to the 1870s could become a new café and showroom for artwork and antiques

Review: The Witch of Edmonton, RSC, Swan Theatre

Eileen Atkins as Mother Sawyer in The Witch of Edmonton at Swan Theatre, RSC
Sarah Probert suffers some slow dialogue but still enjoys a truthful tale of witchcraft centuries ago

New statue unveiled outside Library of Birmingham

Gillian Wearing, A Real Birmingham Family, 2014, courtesy the artist, Ikon, Birmingham City Council and Arts Council England
Artwork by Turner Prize-winning artist Gillian Wearing aims to show what a typical family is in today's modern Britain

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48 Frederick Street, Jewellery Quarter

New gallery plans for former Jewellery Quarter factory

Vacant building which dates back to the 1870s could become a new café and showroom for artwork and antiques

Eileen Atkins as Mother Sawyer in The Witch of Edmonton at Swan Theatre, RSC

Review: The Witch of Edmonton, RSC, Swan Theatre

Sarah Probert suffers some slow dialogue but still enjoys a truthful tale of witchcraft centuries ago

Gillian Wearing, A Real Birmingham Family, 2014, courtesy the artist, Ikon, Birmingham City Council and Arts Council England

New statue unveiled outside Library of Birmingham

Artwork by Turner Prize-winning artist Gillian Wearing aims to show what a typical family is in today's modern Britain

Andy Street, chairman of the Greater Birmingham and Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership

Birmingham to 'tell its story' in £150k bid to boost perception of city

Work to begin on branding strategy around 'Greater Birmingham' aimed at improving the region's reputation

Scene from the live horror show put on by Twisted Attractions

Twisted Attractions show leaves the audience with stage fright

Entrepreneurs James Cooper and Matthew Lee are behind live show which leaves visitors scream and jump in the name of entertainment

Author M John Harrison will be one of the readers at the launch of the Best British Short Stories anthology

Library of Birmingham to host launch of Best British Short Stories

 This year's version of the anthology is dedicated to Joel Lane who died last year aged 50

Longbridge Light Festival

Pictures: Longbridge Light Festival comes alive

More than 7,000 people visit south Birmingham town for key conference and to enjoy public artworks

Louise Martin, owner and managing director of Just Good Food (left), and Lucie Sissons, senior account manager with Core

Just Good Food contract wins tastes good for Core

Birmingham catering cements long-standing relationship with PR company by signing up for new campaign

Clevercherry created a branding campaign for Geoff Thomas (front) and John Salako who are cycling from London to Paris for Cure Leukaemia

Clevercherry rides high with Cure Leukaemia and Geoff Thomas cycling mission

Jewellery Quarter creative agency creates campaign for former footballer who is riding from London to Paris next summer to raise millions for charity

At the launch of the Big Hoot (from left) Elinor Eustace, corporate partnerships manager at Birmingham Children's Hospital, Andy Lyndon from private LDC equity firm, Coun Karen McCarthy from Birmingham City Council and Dr Chris Chiswell, of Birmingham Children's Hospital

Owls fly into city for Big Hoot

Art event next year will showcase Birmingham's culture as more than 100 5ft 4ins owls will appear throughout the city

Tom Cullen, founder of lifestyle email IChoose Birmingham

Why I Choose Birmingham founder returned to city

After stints in London with FHM and Shortlist, Tom Cullen returned to his native Birmingham to launch 'freemium' culture news service

From left: Green Room founder Richard Ash, Graham Mold from Finance Birmingham, Simon Ward from Springboard Corporate Finance and Steve Verrall from Green Room

Design agency Green Room secures Finance Birmingham backing

Birmingham practice plans to add at least 40 more staff to consultancy as it prepares to launch London office

Steve McCabe MP

Ofcom branded 'hapless' as city waits on local TV licence decision

MP Stephen McCabe hits out at regulator as deadline approaches for news of who will operator new station for Birmingham

The team from Innovation Birmingham which will deliver the e4f Inspire programme (from left) Michelle Rayner, John Cooke and David Hardman

Innovation Birmingham awarded £230k to launch tech support programme

New initiative is aimed at mentoring companies and inspire growth through programme of events and support

Miss Led street art at Eye Candy 2013

Leading names in pop culture heading to Digbeth for #EyeCandy14 Festival

Over the three days visitors will get the chance to produce their own work, screen prints and photography with a selection of workshops and talks

Film director Ken Loach dismisses Steven Knight's plan for sound stage in Birmingham

Filmmaker Ken Loach says he might not have made his last movie after all. He talks to Graham Young about Peaky Blinders, filmmaking and politics

Steve Rainbow

More Canals Than Venice film about Birmingham shortlisted for Royal Television Society Award

It covers everything from the invention of plastic to lawn tennis and the Industrial Revolution to the founding of the Football League

Screen grab of iTunes chart with Once Byten's Paul McKenna app in top spot

Once Byten's Paul McKenna app tops iTunes chart

Birmingham-based agency achieves success with weight-loss app design for well-known hypnotherapist

Local TV licence bidder for Birmingham rejected by Ofcom

Regulator throws out bid despite receiving backing from administrators of failed licence holder BLTV

Steven Knight, the creator of Peaky Blinders, wants to create a new TV studio in Birmingham

Peaky Blinders writer Steven Knight wants to create new TV studio

Creator keen to see film-making revolution in the city as the area is 'woefully under-utilised' in TV drama

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