THE first ever large-scale stage production of Evelyn Waugh’s classic novel Brideshead Revisited is on tour this year to help mark the 50th anniversary year of the author’s death.
ONE of the cinematic and stage icons of the last century will be celebrated in Malvern shortly.
THERE’LL be something a little bit different on stage at Stratford-upon-Avon’s Royal Shakespeare Theatre later this summer.
IT was the annual awards evening at Bromsgrove Photographic Society recently, to celebrate the success of various club members throughout the year.
THE New Rose & Crown pub in Rubery is holding a charity night - complete with karaoke - to celebrate the Queen's 90th birthday and raise money for Help for Heroes.
A CONTROVERSIAL plan to build a solar farm in Upton Warren, providing electricity for more than 2,000 homes, will not go ahead after it was thrown out by the planning inspectorate.
A WOMAN was attacked by two men while jogging in Rednal earlier this month, leaving her with injuries to her face.
RESIDENTS in the west of Bromsgrove have voiced major concerns over the speed of a planning application to build 1,300 new homes on land surrounding Perryfields Road.
After a slow start to the season, Meadow park under 13's managed to turn things around by winning 7 league games in a row to finish the season in 3rd place. On top of that the boys were entered into the Kempsey Colts fc tournament which they also…
THE incredible and compelling story of the ‘king of rock and roll’ - Elvis Presley will be coming to Redditch's Palace Theatre.
TO mark the firm's tenth anniversary, Bromsgrove's Curo Chartered Accountants has embarked on a "10 for 10" mission for charity.
STUDENTS from a Bromsgrove stage school are celebrating after passing exams in a number of different skills ranging from musical theatre, to individual acting skills.
A BROMSGROVE jewellers is marking its 70th birthday, and wants to share the celebration with people from around the town.
Rubery Barn Dance Club
BELL End beat Brown Willy and Boggy Bottom to the top spot in a newly-released list of Britain's funniest place names - as voted for by the public.