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  • Songs for a New World (20th-22nd February)

    Songs for a New World takes us on a vibrant, thrilling and moving journey through the life-changing moments that define us.  Jason Robert Brown’s unforgettable songs weave characters, locations and time periods together in one extraordinary evening… “It’s about one moment. It’s about hitting the wall and having to make a choice, or take a stand, […]

  • Larger Than Life (14th March)

    Larger Than Life features several of the more ‘generously proportioned’ members of the cast of “Jerry Springer: The Opera” from the Hope Mill Theatre in Manchester last year. This show is all about showing that we may not get the auditions for the dream roles in the West End because of our bodies, but we can […]

  • Divas (20th – 21st March)

    James Williams presents a world class cast of singers from across the West End, performing the songs you know and love by the biggest artists on the planet, alongside a live band. Performing classic hits from sensational artists such as WHITNEY HOUSTON, MARIAH CAREY, ARETHA FRANKLIN, CELINE DION and LULU, as well as modern favourites […]

  • Kinky Boots (25 – 28th March)

    Winner of six Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Kinky Boots features a joyous, Tony-winning score by Cyndi Lauper, and a hilarious, uplifting book by four-time Tony winner, Harvey Fierstein. Charlie Price has reluctantly inherited his father’s shoe factory, which is on the verge of bankruptcy. Trying to live up to his father’s legacy and save his family business, Charlie finds […]

  • Murder, Margaret and Me (31st March-4th April)

    Agatha Christie is not happy. Miss Marple is about to be brought to life by Britain’s foremost comedy actress, Margaret Rutherford. The films are destined to become the most successful franchise of 1960’s British cinema. But Christie thinks Rutherford isn’t suitable to play her favourite character, and Margaret doesn’t want to sully her reputation with […]

  • A Girl in School Uniform (Walks into a Bar) (7th April)

    It’s the future. But only slightly. There are blackouts. No one knows what’s causing them, but that doesn’t stop people going missing in them. Now Steph and Bell, a schoolgirl and barmaid, have to search for their missing friend, until the outside world starts infecting the theatre that stands around them… ​ Originally supported and […]

  • How to save a life (8th-11th April)

    Melissa wakes up after collapsing at her Cancer party…yes cancer party. And she can’t tell you if she’s dead or alive but she can tell you the story of her life. Join Melissa in this hilarious and heart wrenching story of one women, one party and a cancer diagnosis. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ @GetTheChance4U ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ @LondonTheatre1 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ @elainec46302904 […]

  • Frozen (14th-18th April)

    Four days ago. Phone call from the police. They think they have some news for us. Can they come over? Following the murder of 10-year-old school girl Rhona, Frozen tells the story of her mother and kidnapper, in this award winning psychological thriller which first premiered 20 years ago at Birmingham REP before running in […]

  • The 39 Steps (23rd Apr – 2nd May)

    Blue Orange Arts presents – The 39 Steps Adapted from the novel by John Buchan A cast of 4 deliver this hilarious adaptation of John Buchan’s ‘The 39 Steps’ Expect over 150 zany characters, an onstage aerial dog fight, thrills and spills upon a speeding train, handcuffs, nazi spies and good old-fashioned romance! Mix a Hitchcock […]

  • Ben Van der Velde: Fablemaker (6th May)

    “A master of audience interaction.” Huffington Post Jump into an improvised comedy adventure with Ben as he raids the library of his fantastical imagination to create thrillers, romances, ghost stories and more original freewheeling tales that have never been told before and never will be again.  Continuing in the joyous tradition of fellow Geordie Ross Noble, this […]

  • SHINE (8th-9th May)

    Your daughter is missing. You are the only one who has not given up the search. You hear voices. They guide you. They also haunt you. Will you surrender to them? Or will you shine? Hippana Theatre invites you to the distant recesses of the mind to meet the stranger inside you. How much do […]

  • Resurrection (16th – 17th May)

    From the award-winning team behind In The Heights, Vertigo and Jesus Christ Superstar BITA Musical Theatre presents RESURRECTION A showcase featuring songs about life, death, love and rebirth Tickets: £12 Saturday 16th May at 3pm & 7.30pm Sunday 17th May at 3pm Buy Tickets

  • Danielle Myles Academy Showcase

    Danielle Myles Academy presents their Spring Showcase for 2020.  The evening will be a combination of performances from all academy classes.  Get ready to make memories at our magnificent show for all your family and friends. There’s only one chance to watch this fabulous show. Don’t Miss Out! Buy Tickets

  • James and the Giant Peach (25th – 31st May)

    Roald Dahl’s classic tale is faithfully told by James himself and the insect characters – Miss Spider, Old-Green-Grasshopper, Centipede, Ladybird and Earthworm. Join the adventure as James and his friends tell you the story of how they came to be living inside a giant peach in the heart of New York! The epic journey from […]

  • Tales from Star City (4th-6th June)

    Based on true events, and untold stories, these are the Tales from Star City.​  The Soviet Union. 1967. The Space Race is at its height. One woman, Polina Semyenova, is at the centre of it all. She is the listener. ​Hidden away in the pithily named ‘Closed Military Townlet No. 1’ (later to become the […]

  • Jane Eyre (22nd – 25th July)

    Blue Orange Arts presents – Jane Eyre Adapted from the novel by Charlotte Brontë Charlotte Brontë’s tale of a young woman’s courageous fight through injustice and hardship was a revolution in literary fiction. It is a story that continues to inspire and enthral over 150 years after its publication. Blue Orange Arts brings this timeless […]

  • Jack the Ripper: Mary Kelly (22nd – 25th July)

    Blue Orange Arts presents – Jack the Ripper: Mary Kelly August 1888, London sees the first of five brutal murders, the callous cruelty of which sends shock waves far and wide and etches the name of the most infamous serial killer into the minds of the public from that day until this. His identity still […]

  • The Hound of the Baskervilles (22nd-31st October)

    Blue Orange Arts presents – The Hound of the Baskervilles Adapted from the novel by Arthur Conan Doyle Lord Baskerville is found dead. Mysterious footprints are found besides his body. His heir, Sir Henry is set to inherit the vast Baskerville fortune but with the legacy comes a deadly curse. A small cast bring this […]

  • Toadally Free Comedy!

    “Come and Jam with the Frogs. Box of Frogs, Birmingham’s premiere improv troupe, hosts an evening of fun for all, on the third Monday of every month. Turn up, grab a drink, put your name in the hat, and perform! Each night will feature a short performance, followed by a jam hosted by the Frogs. […]

  • Sleeping Beauty (24th November-13th December)

    Affordable, family panto from the same team as last year’s magical production of Aladdin. The wicked fairy Carabosse is mightily miffed when she and her naughty feline accomplice Spindleshanks don’t get an invite to the royal christening. Can the brave fairies save Princess Aurora from the sleeping spell and keep her safe for her dream […]

  • The Wizard of Oz (19th – 30th December)

    Blue Orange Arts presents – The Wizard of Oz When a tornado sweeps Dorothy and her dog Toto into the Land of Oz, she discovers that her Kansas farmhouse has landed right on top of The Wicked Witch of the East! Dorothy learns about the wonderful Wizard of Oz who lives in the Emerald City […]

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