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Sutton Coldfield restaurant Fleet Street Kitchen closes after £20 million redevelopment opens next door

Venue in Belwell Lane, Mere Green, was formerly Après and Flints

Thomas Trotter

Magical milestone's a key moment for city organist

As concert number 750 looms, city organist Thomas Trotter reveals how he keeps track of his plethora of programmes.

Will a casino return to Star City?

Star City casino could make a return

Operator Genting is assessing the future of its base in Aston which could include a new, smaller casino and a restaurant

Edgbaston restaurant COMiDA suddenly closed down

The restaurant moved from its popular Harborne premises to Edgbaston last September

Marco Pierre White rooftop bar terrace

Birmingham has the best rooftop bar in the UK

Hotel reservations website has announced the winners of its annual awards

Dua Lipa at T in the Park at Strathallan in July 2016

Birmingham Pride 2017 announces Dua Lipa as festival headliner

Dua Lipa joins Basement Jaxx, Gabrielle, Jamelia and X Factor stars Saara Aalto and Louisa Johnson at two-day LGBT festival

How the new restaurant will look at 103 Colmore Row

Revealed - First pictures of how new sky bar in Colmore Row will look

New images give a glimpse into dining 24 floors above the city centre at the top of the new office building

The Fiddle & Bone

This is what is happening to The Fiddle & Bone after it closed

Group behind Jewellery Quarter bar plans to open second pub in Birmingham and breathe new life back into troubled canalside venue

Already a busy area for bars, Bennetts Hill is soon to have another new opening

Another city centre bar coming to Birmingham

Independent operator lined up to take on unit formerly occupied by recruitment agency in area already busy with night spots

Mechu bar and roadworks on May 21, 2015

Famous Birmingham nightclub closes down after 14 years

Entertainment hot spot Mechu blames roadworks for its demise

New nightclub Scru:club opens in Birmingham this week

Get a glimpse of how a screw factory in Digbeth has been transformed

The former Temple Street Social

Temple Street Social to reopen as new cocktail bar and restaurant

After lying empty for two years, there are finally plans  to open a new restaurant on this site

Paul Spicer

Piecing together of a long-lost Bach score

Paul Spicer, now in his 25th year as conductor of Birmingham Bach Choir, is looking forward to a special concert.

British composer Arthur Sullivan

The towering success of a 19th century double act

Christopher Morley looks at the enduring appeal of Gilbert & Sullivan ahead of a production of 'the best thing' they ever wrote at Symphony Hall in Birmingham

Francesca Dego

Italian composer's concerto is a jewel yet to be admired

The CBSO give the UK premiere of a rarely-performed piece of work by Venetian composer Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari, Christopher Morley talks to soloist Francesca Dego

The City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO) in rehearsals

Free CBSO concert as part of Summer in Sutton event

A two-day event in Sutton park will feature music and food

Peruvian-born opera singer Juan Diego Florez performed with Welsh mezzo-soprano Katherine Jenkins in 2007

Opera star who still has pop and Peruvian folk in his blood

One of the world's greatest bel canto tenors, Juan Diego Florez, comes to Birmingham's Symphony Hall for the first time this month

Paraorchestra creates one body of talent with CBSO

Bringing a dizzying range of instruments, the world's first ensemble for disabled people is ready to show there's no barriers for talented players

Tim and Tom Redmond

Brother's bringing a sense of 'Adventure' to Symphony Hall

Brothers Tim and Tom Redmond let their imaginations run wild and let the music tell their stories at Symphony Hall children's concert

See inside quirky Renato Lounge cafe bar with HUGE mural dedicated to Birmingham's famous one hit wonders

The new cafe has a huge mural dedicated to famous Birmingham singers