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The National Exhibition Centre (NEC) is set to host Brick 2015, a fun exhibition based on the popular children’s building block, Lego. The last Lego exhibition took place in London, and NEC managing director Kathryn James said: “The NEC provides the perfect backdrop to grow the Brick 2015 show, spreading the fun across the UK"

The hunt is on for musicians, bands, dancers and comedians to take to the stage in a one-day music show in the park at Sandwell’s Haden Hill House. Now in its seventh year the free event gives talented local performers the chance to get on stage and showcase their music to audiences who want to enjoy a festival vibe.

A 1950s-style film about Dudley Zoo featuring the voice of Black Country comedian and actor Lenny Henry is being screened at Wolverhampton Art Gallery. Renowned artist and writer Adam Kossoff - a Reader in the Moving Image at the Faculty of Arts, University of Wolverhampton – is screening his film at the Lichfield Street gallery from Saturday June 20.

The amazing Shazia Mirza is returning to The Drum on Sat 20 Jun, for one night only. Make sure you don't miss her live on stage! Anyone can be anything, do anything and say anything. Who cares what anyone thinks you're going to say it anyway! You have to be a bit deluded but some people are just living in Cuckooland!

One of the most legendary and iconic rock bands to ever grace the world of music, Mötley Crüe, have made their last tour announcement ever when they revealed their Final European Tour will hit the Genting Arena, Birmingham in November.  This is part of the band’s 2-year ‘Final Tour’ cycle, which culminates in the band’s hometown of Los Angeles for their final show ever in December.

After school plays, sports days and everything in between, the summer is a great opportunity for both children and their teachers to get some well-earned rest. Unfortunately though, the Great British sunshine can be elusive at best – what happens when rest turns into restlessness?

As you shed your winter skin in readiness for the summer,  Charles Small, CEO of The Drum has a special message to all of its valued audiences, partners and donors.  "I am pleased to report that the Raising the Roof renewal project is advancing steadily."