Blue Orange Arts present William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night

From Thursday 31st January – Saturday 9th February 2013, Blue Orange Arts present Shakespeare’s fantastic tale of mistaken identity, revenge and hilarity. Viola arrives in Llyria shipwrecked.  She disguises herself as a man and names herself Cesario in order to work for the Duke Orsino who she falls in love with at first sight.  Unfortunately Orsino is in love with the … Read More

Class in session for JQ BID Management Committee

As many children go back to school this week, it was also class in session for the Jewellery Quarter BID Management Committee today as it hosted its monthly board meeting at a local school. The committee used a meeting room at Perry Beeches II Free School in Newhall Street. The school, which is the first completely new school to open in … Read More

Another step on the road to being a smart and green city for Birmingham

Spending valuable time and fuel driving around the city in search of a parking space could be a thing of the past if a new pilot parking scheme being launched this week is a success. Amey, the company which maintains and manages the city’s roads in partnership with Birmingham City Council, has begun a ‘smart parking’ trial on selected streets … Read More