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Families in Birmingham will be the key focus at a symposium held in the Library of Birmingham next week.
Hate crime is set to be a key focus of a series of public talks taking place across Birmingham next week.
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) and Creative Networks are to hold a special screening at Birmingham City University on Thursday 30 October .
Sir Harrison Birtwistle, widely acknowledged as one of Britain’s greatest living composers, is to work with young composers and musicians from Birmingham Conservatoire.
A new documentary created by graduates of Birmingham School of Acting (BSA), part of Birmingham City University, is to be screened in Birmingham this weekend.
Today's call for UK cities to make their own decisions on tax and spending reflects the need for a serious debate about the need for powers to be distributed more widely across our...
Researchers at School of Jewellery, part of Birmingham City University have helped to bring a new dimension to museum visitors' experience at an impressive new gallery dedicated to the ...
Leading scientists and policy-makers gathered in Inverness today for a conference organised by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN), to consider the practical challenge...
Violists from around the world are to compete for a £2,000 prize at Birmingham Conservatoire this week, in the first Cecil Aronowitz Viola Competition, where a previously unknown Benjamin...
"The UK's health services are hopelessly underfunded in terms of resources and staff who are trained to deal with new mothers with mental health issues," said Lee Wright, Senior Lecturer in...
Violists from around the world are to compete for a £2,000 prize in the first Cecil Aronowitz Viola Competition this month, to be held at Birmingham Conservatoire from 24 – 26 October.
The Broadcast Journalism Training Council (BJTC) Student Journalism Awards, backed by the UK's leading broadcasters, are to be held in Birmingham for the first time on Thursday 20 November.
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