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Gabriele Killick, a second year student at Birmingham School of Acting, will be performing her own stand up show at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this weekend.
Graduates from Birmingham Conservatoire, part of Birmingham City University, are celebrating after scooping Royal Philharmonic Society (RPS) awards.
Young classical musicians need to find a creative edge rather than restrict themselves to the same crop of standard pieces, renowned cellist Julian Lloyd Webber told a Birmingham City University...
Ill-informed snap judgements by media and politicians about the Trojan Horse schools investigations are already causing serious harm to community cohesion in parts of the West Midlands, a study...
In an exclusive public event, world renowned solo cellist and conductor Julian Lloyd Webber will reveal what it takes to become a leading musician in today’s world.
The new universities minister needs to prioritise giving extra backing to modern universities offering practice based education opportunities to young people, says Birmingham City University Vice...
Following news of A&E units across England failing to meet waiting time targets for 52 weeks in a row, Kevin Crimmons, Head of Adult Nursing at Birmingham City University , is emphasising the...
A Birmingham City University business expert has applauded CMA’s decision to investigate high street banks over lack of competition.
A law expert from Birmingham City University believes that campaigners will not stop when it comes to fighting for a change in the law on assisted dying.
“Dehydration is the main health concern for people during Britain’s two-day heatwave”, says Shirley Kirnon, Senior Lecturer in Public Health at Birmingham City University.
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