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From Shout to James Bond, from To Sir With Love to The Eurovision Song Contest; Lulu is a bona fide British music legend. On the eve of the 60th anniversary of Shout, she’ll be touring the UK for the first time since Autumn 2019 with her most intimate show to date.

For The Record will combine remarkable stories and stunning clips with song. The show will be a chance to get to know the star, who has entertained legions of fans across 60 glorious years.

China Plate and Birmingham Hippodrome are pleased to announce both the principal cast and the West Midlands based associate creative team for their new concert musical To The Streets!, an uplifting new musical by Roy Williams and Tim Sutton, based on an original idea by Christopher Haydon, inspired by the 1963 Bristol Bus Boycott, a pivotal moment in the UK’s civil rights history.

Due to an imminent Pakistani film release, the UK has recently hosted renowned Pakistani actors and actresses, two of whom are soon to be widely recognised role models for the British Asian communities.

With the film ‘London Nahi Jaunga’ set to release this Eid the cast, Humayun Saeed, Mehwish Hayat, Kubra Khan, and Vasay Chaudhry visited the UK for a 3-city tour: London, Bradford, and Birmingham.

An artwork titled In Muva We Trust by Club Até is projected onto Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery as part of Birmingham 2022 Festival. It is part of Healing Gardens of Bab - a 3 week programme of queer art, events and installations curated by Fierce in a celebration of LGBT+ artists from across the commonwealth.