Christmas in Falcon LodgeParticipants of Town Hall Symphony Hall's community-led music making programme, Live in the Lodge performed at the Falcon Lodge Community Centre last weekend.
The Tiger who came to PurnellsMichelin star restaurant Purnells had an unexpected furry visitor this week
Love Culture / Hate CutsSince 2010 most of Birmingham’s main cultural organisations have already faced cuts of around 80%. Birmingham City Council are now proposing a further cut of nearly 50% in their grants to arts and cultural organisations.
Celebrating the international newspaper with a local heartLast week, colleagues from Town Hall Symphony Hall attended the The Phoenix Newspaper’s 8th Anniversary Gala Dinner and Awards Presentation.
Celebrating Stan Sulzmann's 70th BirthdayArtistic Adviser to Town Hall Symphony Hall's Jazzlines programme, Tony Dudley-Evans, reflects on the career of Stan Sulzmann
Ming de Nasty exhibition exploring how LGBTQ+ Women self identify comes to Symphony HallSymphony Hall plays host to artist Ming de Nasty's latest exhibition exploring how LGBTQ+ Women self identify
Guest Blog: Recasting Beethoven: A Thoroughly Modern ScriptBeethoven specialist, and MA Musicology Course Director at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, Siân Derry shares her thoughts on the use of Beethoven's Für Elise in the Whitney Houston and Deborah Cox duet 'Same Script, Different Cast'.
Emulsion! Music Festival returns to the Midlands Arts CentreNow in its 7th edition, Emulsion will be heading back to Midlands Arts Centre in Birmingham for a two-day event.
Why is Town Hall pink and blue today?For the second year running, the Lily Mae Foundation light up Town Hall in support of Baby Loss Awareness Week.