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Wolverhampton Grand Theatre has announced that their 2020 pantomime, Cinderella, has been postponed until December 2021.
Dudley Performing Arts students are looking forward to performing for a virtual audience with an online music festival this weekend as part of this year's virtual Black Country Festival celebrations.
Dudley Council is backing a national day of celebration this weekend to mark the birthday of the NHS.
One of the West Midlands’ leading heritage attractions has announced it will reopen for daily passenger services from Saturday August 1st.
Police in Dudley want to speak to a man after it was believed a member of staff at Sainsbury’s on Louise Street was assaulted and racially abused after trying to stop him allegedly stealing cheese.
A second year medical student who trained to become a 111 Call Assessor in the West Midlands after the coronavirus pandemic struck is one of just 12 NHS staff from across the country to be featured in photographs taken by celebrity photographer, Rankin.
A full list of the countries exempt from England's coronavirus travel quarantine has been released by the government.
A five-step plan for imposing local lockdowns in the case of coronavirus spikes has been announced by the government - as the chief medical officer warned of a potential second wave.
Some regions in England are doing better than others in combating the growth of COVID-19, according to new government figures.
The growing number of illegal raves sweeping the UK is down to young people feeling frustrated that nightclubs are still closed – despite lockdown lifting, a top DJ has told Sky News.
The Copenhagen statue of Hans Christian Andersen's The Little Mermaid has been vandalised, with the phrase "racist fish" scrawled on its stone base in the Danish capital's harbour.
Johnny Depp's libel claim against The Sun after an article in the newspaper referred to him as a "wife beater" will go ahead next week as planned.
From today, renowned musical theatre institute, BITA Musical Theatre, will rebrand as The Musical Theatre Institute.
A selection of much-loved National Theatre Live productions will be made available to watch on YouTube, for free, over the next two months.
With a strong cast and a brilliantly funny plot, What's In A Name has arrived in Birmingham for the next week!