This exhibition features works of art created through five community outreach projects, which investigate the contemporary relevance of major transformations in Scottish history and identity.
This pop up exhibition tells a potted history of Rugby League: its origins, development, and compelling stories of the sport’s South West and Welsh heroes over the past century.
Lifting the lid on a stew of racial tensions and social embarrassments, Adult Supervision is a hilarious, provocative and brilliantly insightful look at the new ‘Beige Britain’.
Time & Date: Tuesday 4 October 12:45pm-2.15pm Location: Hall 3, Churchill Theatre, ICC, Birmingham The UK government is now […]
Time & Date: Tuesday 4th October at 10.30am-12:00pm Location: Scherzo, Hyatt Hotel, Birmingham “Cancel culture” first appeared in UK […]
Time & Date: Monday 3rd October, 4.15pm-5.45pm Location: The Gallery Room, Hilton Garden Inn, Birmingham The Conservative Party leadership contest […]
The Labour Party will be expected to have a substantive agenda for race equality at the next General Election, […]
Join us at this year’s party conferences, first at Labour in Liverpool for fringe events on race and levelling up. ‘What […]
“They were war veterans called on to rebuild the Mother Country that they had already fought for,” said Reverend Michael […]
British Future brought together friends and supporters from across civil society, media, politics, business and culture this week at an […]
Who will be at No 10 come the local elections in May, and who will be celebrating their results? Could we see […]
Cricket, and sport in general, has an opportunity to make real change on diversity and inclusion in the wake […]