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Members of the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra, students at the Royal College of Music and musicians of the London Vegetable Orchestra have launched the Get Creative Family Arts Festival by playing some delicious-sounding instruments. They played carrot recorders, courgettes, peppers and even pumpkin percussion.

A Paralympian and Birmingham ex-student (now film maker)  has been short-listed for the prestigious Stelios Award for Disabled Entrepreneurs 2015, soon to be announced November 4 2015. Gilbey Films, created by founder Andy Gilbert, specializes in disability access films. The company makes short films for venues and attractions, hotels and hospitals, to use on their websites to showcase their accessible features and facilities.

It’s been three years in the making, and now people can enjoy for themselves a new art trail which will be officially unveiled this weekend.

The Wednesfield Art Trail is a community-led public art project encapsulating what the area means to local people.

Since November 2012, more than 1,000 residents including pupils from local schools have taken part in the project, which has seen five pieces inspired by the people of Wednesfield completed by Black Country-based Planet Art.

Consultation found that residents associated Wednesfield with their networks of friends and family and the people they know locally rather than other aspects such as local industry, so Planet Art responded by creating sculptures featuring the diverse population of the area and everyday activities and exchanges. 

You’ve taken the journey with them from those first arena auditions, sat on the edge of your sofa during the dramatic six-seat challenge, followed their path to judges’ houses and will be tuning in to the studio shows; now is your chance to see The X Factor Live.

Wolverhampton Wanderers FC are to sponsor the preview performance of this year’s pantomime 'Peter Pan' on Friday December 11. The club will put a number of tickets on sale to their members as well as donating a percentage to good causes. Attendees can look forward to an excellent evening of pantomime fun, chance to meet club mascots’ Wolfie and Wendy along with the opportunity to win VIP prizes to meet players on the night.

Voting is open for the fourth annual Older People in the Media Awards. The awards are being run by older people’s charity, Independent Age, in collaboration with Gransnet, the social network for the UK’s 14 million grandparents. Held exclusively online for the first time in 2015, the awards are a celebration of the best representations of older people’s issues in the media.

UK tattoo blog Inkluded has collaborated with Deasil Art Gallery to present an exhibition featuring artwork by a selection of UK and Midlands tattoo artists. Inked Palette opened on 3rd October to a busy launch event and now remains open to the general public until 20th October 2015.

In honor of military service members who arrived on San Francisco shores for Fleet Week, October 5-12, Madame Tussauds San Francisco are displaying two iconic wax depictions of Robin Williams for the first time. A lifelong resident of San Francisco, Williams toured extensively with the USO, making three tours each to Iraq and Afghanistan, and traveling overseas to 12 countries to entertain troops.

Families across the UK can enjoy their festive family tradition once again, as Disney On Ice presents Worlds of Enchantment, Feld Entertainment’s action-­‐packed ice spectacular featuring four fun-­‐filled Disney stories comes to the UK this autumn.   Worlds of Enchantment showcases beloved characters from Disney Pixar’s Cars, The Little Mermaid, and Disney Pixar’s Toy Story.

Birmingham Comedy Festival and The Glee Club announced Josh Pugh as the recipient of the 'Birmingham Comedy Festival Breaking Talent Award 2015.' Standing in front of an enthusiastic Glee Club audience, Josh was presented with his award by BBCWM’s Daz Hale. Describing his win as “validation”, Josh said: “It spurs you on to do the next thing … to do 10-20 minutes, longer shows.”

World famous attraction Madame Tussauds, London, will reveal wax figures of ALL six James Bonds standing shoulder-to-shoulder, this October.  The unique experience, developed with EON Productions, will feature brand new figures of George Lazenby, Sean Connery, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton and Pierce Brosnan brought together with the attraction's existing figure of Daniel Craig.