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Peter Cutchie prepares to bid a fond farewell to Wolverhampton Grand...

The Chief Executive of one of the region’s biggest entertainment venues, Peter Cutchie is a familiar face to many visitors…

The return of New Art West Midlands

Thirty of the region’s best emerging artists will be given the opportunity to showcase their work when New Art West…

West End musical set to swamp Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton’s Grand Theatre will turn decidedly green for two weeks in the autumn when one of the West End’s most…

Fundraising success for Ironbridge Gorge Museum

An innovative crowdfunding campaign by Shropshire’s Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust and the Art Fund has successfully raised…

Museum makes it to the final

Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery has made it through to the regional finals of the Civic Trust Conservation Awards. Formerly…
Mon 26 Jan
78 Digbeth High Street, Birmingham
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Mon 26 Jan - Wed 28 Jan

(106 mins) If you’ve seen the films Mystic River, Gone Baby Gone and Shutter Island - based on the novels of Dennis Lehane - you’ll be familiar with the textured mix of neighbourhood and violence re-visited…

Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham
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Mon 26 Jan

(123mins) James Stewart is excellent as Scottie, the neurotic detective employed by an old pal to trail his wandering wife, but its Bernard Herrmann’s Wagner-influenced score that whips Hitchcock’s…

47 - 49 Station St, Birmingham
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Mon 26 Jan - Sat 31 Jan

Twenty-fifth anniversary tour of the critically acclaimed Olivier Award-winning rock spectacular.

Station St, Birmingham, West Midlands
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Mon 26 Jan

(123 mins) The story of Stephen Hawking is one of the most remarkable and stirring of the twentieth century. That is why it was turned into a TV movie - the BBC’s riveting Hawking, with Benedict Cumberbatch - and…

181 Broad Street, Birmingham
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Mon 26 Jan

(95 mins) Review: The publicity machine behind Paddington would have us believe that he is the “World’s Most Lovable Bear,” a claim that Walt Disney Productions - who own the rights to Winnie-the-Pooh…

181 Broad Street, Birmingham
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Mon 26 Jan

(123 mins) Following his accomplished adaptations of the Broadway musicals Chicago and Nine, the director Rob Marshall now grabs Stephen Sondheim’s Into the Woods by the horns. A complex weave of the fairy tales…

181 Broad Street, Birmingham
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Mon 26 Jan

(119 mins) Review: There is a danger of ugly narcissism when filmmakers tackle the subject of filmmaking and acting. Alejandro González Iñárritu's Birdman, which has been praised for its bold…

181 Broad Street, Birmingham
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Mon 26 Jan

(109 mins) Review: Bryan Mills is the fittest, unluckiest 62-year-old in the movies. Having seen his daughter kidnapped in Taken (in Paris) and his ex-wife taken hostage in Taken 2 (in Istanbul), he’s now facing…

181 Broad Street, Birmingham
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Mon 26 Jan

(123 mins) The story of Stephen Hawking is one of the most remarkable and stirring of the twentieth century. That is why it was turned into a TV movie - the BBC’s riveting Hawking, with Benedict Cumberbatch - and…

181 Broad Street, Birmingham
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Mon 26 Jan

(144 mins) Review: There’s probably an audience for The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, but that doesn’t mean it’s a good film. The special effects are very special, the armour is awesome, the…

181 Broad Street, Birmingham
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Mon 26 Jan

(123 mins) Following his accomplished adaptations of the Broadway musicals Chicago and Nine, the director Rob Marshall now grabs Stephen Sondheim’s Into the Woods by the horns. A complex weave of the fairy tales…

181 Broad Street, Birmingham
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Music

Sat 28 Mar - Sun 29 Mar

Mcfly and Busted re-group as one band.

King Edward Rd, Birmingham
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Fri 17 Apr

 

Victoria Square, Birmingham
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Comedy

Film

On General Release From Thu 01 Jan

(119 mins) Review: There is a danger of ugly narcissism when filmmakers tackle the subject of filmmaking and acting. Alejandro González Iñárritu's Birdman, which has been praised for its bold…

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On General Release From Fri 09 Jan

(123 mins) Following his accomplished adaptations of the Broadway musicals Chicago and Nine, the director Rob Marshall now grabs Stephen Sondheim’s Into the Woods by the horns. A complex weave of the fairy tales…

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