Bringing The Ghosts AliveKing of Ghosts Film with Live Orchestra takes over Town Hall stage on 10th April. Ahead of the evening Birmingham Post reporter and reviewer Diane Parkes speaks to Soumik Datta who along with the London Sinfionetta will provide the fantastic original soundtrack.
Sir Ranulph Fiennes On His Upcoming TourAhead of his tour, Sir Ranulph Fiennes talks about the upcoming tour and the challenges he faced.
As Bold As BrassNew York-based trombonist Jacob Garchik brings his heaven sent new project to Birmingham. Dave Freak finds out more …
Looking Back: Women's Suffrage at Town Hall – a timeline#THSHLookingBack concludes with a timeline telling the complete story of women's suffrage campaigning in Birmingham and how it ties into the national story
Looking Back: How Town Hall celebrated International Women’s Day in 1946#THSHLookingBack looks at Women's Day and Women's Victory celebrations in Town Hall in 1946, and the reasons why we celebrate IWD on 8 March
Looking Back: 1918, The first election with women’s suffrage#THSHLookingBack looks at the election of 1918, the first general election after women were able to vote and stand for election
Looking Back: the Suffragists and the Suffragettes: who’s who?#THSHLookingBack brings you an encyclopedia of the suffragists and suffragettes whose lives touched on Town Hall's history.
Looking Back: How the WSPU electrified Town Hall#THSHLookingBack looks at the high-tech advertising for a Town Hall address given by Emmeline Pankhurst, only a few of days before the infamous 'Black Friday' of 1910.
Looking Back: 1909, A hopeful and fearful year for Birmingham suffragettes#THSHLookingBack explores 1909, which saw two huge suffragette meetings at Town Hall, and the first forcible feeding of a suffragette prisoner.