Features in: August, 2011

Hannah cuts it in Shirley

Hannah cuts it in Shirley

A well known local hair stylist has set up her own salon in Shirley and has invited some of her new clients to help her cut the ribbon on this exciting new venture. Bei Capelli has become Shirley’s newest hairdressing salon. It hopes to bring a new experience to customers, which is far more personal […]

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Culture Sec Jeremy Hunt holds first local TV summit in Birmingham

Culture Sec Jeremy Hunt holds first local TV summit in Birmingham

Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt is to visit Birmingham today (Thursday, August 18) to launch a nationwide roadshow to outline the vision for Government plans to create local television services across the country.Mr Hunt visits Birmingham City University which is hosting the first of six summits to discuss the issues and benefits of new local TV […]

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Special African art, music and networking event being held on Saturday

Special African art, music and networking event being held on Saturday

Music and Life, Birmingham’s newest community organisation, will be holding a special African event which aims to celebrate African culture and bring all communities together tomorrow Saturday 20thAugust. The event, to be held at The Barn Social Club, will be the first of its kind in the city and will showcase the diverse culture, notably […]

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The Bluebeat Arkestra

The Bluebeat Arkestra

A whirl wind two years. Echos of a lost generation. Fragile melodies link and flow with Keji Adedeji’s haunting rap vocals, a true lyricist of our time. Profound instrumentals fuse a sound so rare that it is hard to pin down. Therefore, it is with great pleasure that The Birmingham Gazette presents: THE BLUEBEAT ARKESTRA […]

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