Peter Andre is a British and Australian musician. Andre is best known for his singles “Mysterious Girl” and “Flava”. In 2009, he made a successful musical comeback after he released his first album in four years, Revelation with a new single “Behind Closed Doors” which reached #3 on the UK Singles Charts. This was followed by Accelerate in 2010. He continues his comeback by touring the UK, where he plays the NIA Academy in Birmingham. » Read more..
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Get ready for your fashion fix with top brands to shop from, non-stop catwalk shows, hair & beauty demonstrations, celebrities in attendance and glittering bars and cafes, it’s the ultimate girls day out. Now in its 23rd year, Clothes Show Live at the NEC Birmingham is a fashion exhibition and mega market that brings together clothes, accessories and make-up, pumping house music and excitable teenage girls. Model agents circulate the huge arena, seeking out girls with that certain something – a look that could turn them into a supermodel. » Read more..
The Proclaimers return to Birmingham this month. Since coming off the road in the summer 2010 after a 15 month world tour, Craig and Charlie Reid spent a year writing, subsequently recording their ninth studio album, Like Comedy, in September 2011 in Bath with producer Steve Evans at the helm. November will see them performing at the Town Hall. » Read more..
Wolverhampton’s independently animated secret, FLIP Festival was conceived in 2004 under a Light House project for creatives called PLOT when it identified a need to support the region’s burgeoning animation industry by providing a forum for showcase and discussion on the wonderfully colourful topic of animation. » Read more..
Aston Villa and Birmingham City share a massive rivalry. Birmingham play in the Championship, having been relegated two years ago, while Aston Villa play in the Premier League. Birmingham host Huddersfield and Leicester at St. Andrews while Villa face Norwich at Villa Park. » Read more..
Propaganda is the UK’s biggest indie night playing to 25,000 people every week. Created in Bristol by DJ Dan, Propaganda can now be found in 22 cities across the UK, Ireland and Australia, with an event launching in New Zealand this summer. » Read more..
The Arts All Over the Place festival gives individuals an opportunity to present their work alongside promoting the importance the arts play in supporting mental well being, as well as tackling the stigma surrounding mental health. As well as encountering amazing art by those with experience of mental health problems, there will be a Festival Opening Celebration featuring live bands, dance acts, poetry, comedy and a free buffet. » Read more..
Birmingham is home to two of the oldest clubs in the English game – Aston Villa and Birmingham City. Both clubs share a massive rivalry and the games between the two are known as the Second City derby. Birmingham play in the Championship, having been relegated two years ago, while Aston Villa play in the Premier League. Birmingham host Huddersfield and Leicester at St. Andrews while Villa face Norwich at Villa Park. » Read more..
Halestorm is an American rock band from Red Lion, Pennsylvania. Halestorm are known for their near non-stop touring, often performing as many as 250 shows a year. They play a concert at the O2 Academy in Birmingham in September. » Read more..