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  • Aladdin (24th November – 11th December)

    Affordable, family panto is FLYING into Birmingham this Christmas! Celebrate the 5th anniversary of our legendary festive fun with our BIGGEST SHOW EVER! Join Aladdin as he embarks on the adventure of his life, discovers the magic of the lamp and falls in love with the beautiful Princess Jasmin. Boo and hiss the evil Abanazar, […]

  • Tinder-Ella (1st – 11th Dec)

    The timeless tale of Cinderella…like you’ve never seen it before! Brace yourself* as adult panto comes to Birmingham’s Blue Orange Theatre this December. Poor Tinders is navigating the perilous world of online dating, in search of her one true love. Will she meet her Prince Charming or will he be a catfish? Join us for […]

  • Santa’s Christmas: Live

    Book early after last year’s SELL OUT! ***** A socially distanced, 25 minute Christmas adventure for dreamers aged 1 to 100, live on your doorstep throughout December…with a very special visitor! Join Ellie the Elf for a very important announcement from the North Pole! Hear about this year’s elf adventures and make sure the elves […]

  • James and the Giant Peach (18th – 30th Dec 2021)

    Blue Orange Arts presents – James and the Giant Peach By Roald Dahl adapted by David Wood After his parents are eaten by an escaped rhinoceros during a trip to London, James Henry Trotter is sent to live with his two gruesome aunts, Spiker and Sponge. They beat James, force him to sleep on the […]

  • HeartSong (16th January)

    Chris Passey & ALPR Productions Presents: HEARTSONG by Josh Wunderlich ‘Heartsong’ is a 6-years in-the-making indie folk/rock concept album that deconstructs a growing romance between two broken people. Exploring themes of love, grief, trust, abandonment and hope, ‘Heartsong’ weaves an intimate narrative between a young widower and a troubled Romani artist, who in spite of […]

  • Pottervision (19th January)

    Four performers are all set to recreate Harry Potter and The Philosopher’s Stone, but when two of them drop out on the day (and take all the props and costumes with them), Tom and Lukas must go it alone and make do with the limited resources they have. With DIY props, charity shop costumes and […]

  • The Chinese Labour Corps (1st – 5th February)

    Blue Orange Arts presents – The Chinese Labour Corps Original script by Ian Henery adapted by Emma Cooper   ‘They came to help. They stayed to die.’ One of the least known stories of the First World War. The moving and surprising story of the Chinese Labour Corps, who volunteered to travel thousands of miles […]

  • Birmingham Fest (15th – 31st July)

    Birmingham Fest is back for 2022. Applications will open soon. www.birminghamfest.co.uk  

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