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IN INDUSTRY 24 MAR
Amy Fallon, a Birmingham School of Acting (BSA) 2015 graduate, will be starring in Emberfly Theatre’s first production titled Heroines. The play is inspired by the female characters in...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 17 MAR
Birmingham City University plans to have the whole city bouncing on Friday 24 March with ‘The Big Birmingham Bounce’ for Comic Relief taking place at its City Centre Campus.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 07 MAR
A current student and graduate from Birmingham Conservatoire are celebrating after being named as winners in a major international music competition.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 06 MAR
A music student at Birmingham City University has joined forces with a group of female composers to create a new piece of music to celebrate International Women’s Day.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 03 MAR
Young drivers are to get a hard-hitting virtual reality check when it comes to road safety.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 02 MAR
Birmingham Conservatoire and Birmingham School of Acting are to merge, in a move designed to produce a single world-class home for developing the next generation of talented, versatile...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 01 MAR
After impressing industry insiders at the Cannes Film Festival last year, a 21st century take on William Shakespeare’s ‘Othello’ receives its first public screening in Birmingham this month.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 24 FEB
The Birmingham Conservatoire Ellington Orchestra, directed by our Head of Jazz Jeremy Price, has been established to form an integral part of the Conservatoire's Jazz Department and be a...
IN INDUSTRY 24 FEB
Birmingham School of Acting student Joseph Patrick Khachik recently starred in a project by film-maker Keiran Fuller that explored the culture and beauty of Birmingham. The film takes you on a...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 22 FEB
Professor Julian Lloyd Webber will be hosting a showcase of music by Birmingham Conservatoire students at Artrix Arts Centre in Bromsgrove on Wednesday 29 March.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 21 FEB
Birmingham Conservatoire has announced the appointment of highly acclaimed British conductor Paul Wingfield as its new Head of Vocal and Operatic Studies.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 20 FEB
A golden era of music television is set to be recreated at Birmingham City University, as a major new research project looking at jazz broadcasting in the 1960s gets underway.