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Razor-sharp Jerry Seinfeld might have conquered the TV world, but Matt Lloyd discovers it's stand-up comedy which fires his passion.Read
As the Royal Shakespeare Company opens its costume store to the public for the first time, Catherine Lillington takes a look at what historical treats are on offer.Read
The infamous Battle of Saltley Gate in Birmingham is being turned into a “working-class musical” – starring former miners and car workers from the 1970s.
Six professionals, 994 city folk. Diane Parkes explores an interesting public dance concept.Read
A LEATHER-clad heavy metal hellraiser... with a Northern Irish accent.Read
Birmingham’s most popular theatre has announced the appointment of two new board members.Read
Gravity defying acrobats with Cirque Du Soleil are heading back to Birmingham shortly with Alegría, a show regarded as one of its jewels in the crown.Read
With hours to go before the opening night of Oliver! at Birmingham Hippodrome, Kat Keogh was given an exclusive look at the "wardrobe village" backstage.Read
A hit play about the good old days is set to go on a regional tour. Graham Young reports.Read
Oliver begins a five-week run at the Birmingham Hippodrome on Tuesday. Marion McMullen talks backstage with the show's star.Read
With songs like All That Jazz, Razzle Dazzle ‘Em and Nowadays, this musical tale of killer queens who shoot their way to fame (or infamy) is virtually bulletproof when it comes to reviews.
Patrick Robinson tells Roz Laws why Waiting For Godot is perfect for an all-black production.Read
Get ready for a Cuban invasion! Danza Contemporanea de Cuba is heading for Birmingham to showcase its awardnominated take on the sexy mambo dance at the city’s international dance festival. Diane Parkes has a sneak preview in Madrid.Read
Arzhang Pezhman used his experience as a secondary school teacher to inspire his latest play. Roz Laws met him.Read
Battle plans are being drawn up as the Royal Shakespeare Company prepares for war.Read
Dave Spikey's first professional outing in Birmingham was a complete disaster but this time around the Phoenix Nights funnyman is a finely-tuned comedy turn, as Roz Laws found out.Read
Shakespeare's feistiest female is a tough nut to tame, as Marion McMullen finds out.Read
A drinking, smoking, tattooed hellcat of a woman with claws almost proves a match for wife-hunting Petruchio.Read
Brian Conley invites Graham Young backstage to discuss his record-breaking Christmas show.Read
Cranford actress Lisa Dillon is to take the lead role of Katharina in a new Royal Shakespeare Company production of The Taming of the Shrew.Read
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