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Birmingham Festival gets itself a Chilli Queen

A school catering manager from Solihull has become the first ever Chilli Queen at the recently held Birmingham Chilli…

East Is East comes to Birmigham

Ayub Khan Din's critically acclaimed play East Is East is to show at Birmingham's New Alexandra Theatre in January as part of a…

From Shropshire Lad to Jersey Boy

The hit West End musical Jersey Boys opens in the Midlands this month and that’s great news for one member of the…

Glimpse into the past at Enginuity

Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust is to host a one-off showing of Past Lives Ironbridge at Enginuity on 20 September.   Made…

Local acts announced for comedy award

Organisers of next month's Birmingham Comedy Festival have announced six new acts for its first Breaking Talent Award. A new…
until Sat 15 Nov

Featuring paintings of mountain scenery & prehistoric monuments by Brian Fletcher RBSA.

4 Brook St, St Paul's, Birmingham
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On General Release From Mon 29 Sep

(106 mins) Review: Mike Cahill’s I Origins is a deeply profound drama set in the world of iris biometrics. Michael Pitt plays Ian Gray, a New York scientist obsessed by all things ocular, a young man resolved to…

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until Sat 15 Nov

Paintings of mountain scenery and prehistoric monuments in richly-textured mixed media and impasto oils.

4 Brook St, St Paul's, Birmingham
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until Sat 04 Oct

Choreographed by BRB's Artistic Director, David Bintley.

Hurst Street, Birmingham
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until Thu 09 Oct

(112 mins) Review: What is it with films about food? From Babette’s Feast to this year’s Chef, by way of Like Water For Chocolate and Eat Drink Man Woman, films about food seem to draw the best out of…

47 - 49 Station St, Birmingham
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until Thu 02 Oct

A new verbatim play which reveals a love story that began in Glasgow in the early eighties, a world away from the tug-of-love tales documented in the world's press.

Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham
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until Sun 19 Oct

Explore Blakesley's orchard and discover the history of apples.

Yardley, Birmingham
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Thu 02 Oct
3 - 5 St Paul's Square, Birmingham
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Thu 02 Oct - Sat 04 Oct

All & Sundry CIC present their version of John Steinbeck's gripping masterpiece.

Sheepcote Street, Birmingham
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Thu 02 Oct
Station St, Birmingham, West Midlands
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Thu 02 Oct
78 Digbeth High Street, Birmingham
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Thu 02 Oct
106 High Street, King's Heath, Birmingham
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Tue 19 May 2015 - Sat 30 May 2015
35/37 Piccadilly, Stoke-on-Trent
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Tue 07 Jul 2015 - Sat 01 Aug 2015

Brian Conley stars in the Greatest Show On Earth in Cameron Mackintosh's blockbuster musical.

Hurst Street, Birmingham
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Wed 05 Nov
Bickenhill Rd, Birmingham
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Thu 11 Dec

Eagerly anticipated concert from the acclaimed tenor and West End star.

Bickenhill Rd, Birmingham
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Fri 07 Nov - Sun 09 Nov

John's brand new show SUPERSONIC will be smashing through comedy MACH 3. Get ready for a comic boom of guffaws all the way from Plymouth to Glasgow via Dublin and back again.  

King Edward Rd, Birmingham
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On General Release From Fri 03 Oct

Any film from David Fincher is an event. Think Seven, Fight Club, The Social Network, TV’s House of Cards… Here, Gillian Flynn adapts her own 2012 novel about a man, Nick Dunne (Affleck), who, on his fifth…

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On General Release From Fri 24 Oct

‘Fury’ is the name of a Sherman tank and Brad Pitt is in command. It’s the last month of the war (the Second) and Pitt and his crew of five find themselves stuck behind enemy lines. And even though the…

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Peter James' crime thriller at The New Alexandra Theatre
Sian Phillips stars on Oscar Wilde's witty masterpiece
Harper Lee's American classic comes to Brum
Dreamboats And Miniskirts at The New Alexandra Theatre
Olivier Award-winning musical in Wolverhampton
Nicholas Wright's new staging of Pat Barker's Booker-nominated WWl novel.
Celebrating the King of Pop in Wolverhampton
Stage version of Simon Beaufoy's award-winning film lands in Wolverhampton
Julian Clary stars in festive family favourite
John Steinbeck's classic story at The REP
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