The Classic Thriller Theatre Company brings us an adaptation of Ruth Rendell’s A Judgement in Stone, about contrasting class and social values in the 1970’s.
Frank Wildhorn’s musical retelling of the Lewis Carroll classic Alice in Wonderland at the Regent Theatre.
Never Mind the Buzzcocks’ Simon Amstell, Bill Bailey and Katherine Ryan are among the big name comics confirmed to perform at Reading and Leeds Festival this August bank holiday.
Sister Act on stage is an exciting, hilarious, and groovy performance of the 1990’s classic film featuring Whoopi Goldberg. The perfect mix of 70’s disco and convent choir.
New Vic Theatre plays host to Hitchcock’s masterpiece Dial M for Murder.
When a Staffordshire University student appeared on ITV News, little did she know the impact she would have on thousands.
Now Demi-Leigh Freeman is the driving force behind a campaign to put mental health on the local agenda. Staffslive’s Leah Mahon reports.
Marco Pierre White’s Steakhouse Bar and Grill, at the top of The Cube in Birmingham offers mesmerising 360-degree views over the city.
A new art exhibition by an award winning Stoke-on-Trent artist, will be unveiled later this week.
David Brammeld, from Stoke, will showcase his work at the Trent Art Gallery, from this Friday (April, 28).
Rofuto sits 16 floors high above the Birmingham sky line, offering authentic Japanese and Pan-Asian cuisine with panoramic views to match.
The menu, which is highly acclaimed amongst many of Birmingham’s well-known bloggers, offers a taste of different cultures of the Far East.