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The Exorcist is set to shock, disgust and enthral Birmingham audiences this week at The Alexandra.
Joanne Clifton and James Darch star as Janet and Brad in the UK tour of The Rocky Horror Show.
Brierley Hill Musical Theatre Company bring this classic to life on stage!
Shane Richie leads a cast, bringing a unique piece full of despair and failure to Wolverhampton!
New footage, showing the horrifying moment a police officer was knocked down by a car thief who then ran over him, can be shown today after the driver responsible was jailed for 12 years.
A campaign to encourage more children in the borough to have their flu vaccine has been launched.
One man’s dream of following in his family footsteps and becoming a professional distiller is now reality as his new bar is officially opened by the Mayor of Dudley.
This week literally tens of thousands of people, mainly children, will learn how to restart a heart which could turn them into a lifesaver.
West End and Broadway smash hit, The Book of Mormon, is coming to Birmingham Hippodrome from 4th March 2020.
A man has been convicted of having more than 15,500 indecent images of children, including some described as the worst that officers had ever seen.
Two men convicted of raping a woman in a Soho nightclub in an attack that was so brutal she required surgery are facing jail.
Harry Dunn's parents have refused to meet the American woman responsible for his death after they learnt she was in the White House during their talks with Donald Trump.
A police officer who drank and carried a knuckleduster with him while on duty has been fired.
Keira Knightley has admitted she is addicted to news - though a current break after welcoming her new baby is "quite nice" given the stories currently dominating headlines.
A group of celebrities have called themselves "hypocrites" in a letter backing climate change protesters Extinction Rebellion.
The writer of Men In Black has said he was accused of trying to "mansplain" the film after stepping in to settle an argument between two friends he heard discussing it in a cafe.
Bulgaria coach Krasimir Balakov has apologised to the England team for the racist taunts they were subjected to during Monday's European Qualifier.
A judge has adjourned a bid to wind up Bury Football Club.
Chris Gayle, Steve Smith, David Warner and Mitchell Starc are among the six top-priced overseas players in Sunday's inaugural The Hundred Draft.