What’s On

Our current programme.

  • Toadally Free Comedy!

    Free Form Frogs – members of Box of Frogs workshop – present their inimitable brand of high-octane improvised comedy from audience suggestions on the third Monday of every month. All your favourite improv games, unrehearsed and improvised entirely live. No-one knows what will happen, least of all us! Expect to laugh, expect to be amazed […]

  • Kamikaze Club Nights

    Kamikaze Club Nights  a variety night to dazzle the ages, warm the soul and relax the mind. Other less specific body parts will also enjoy it. The Kamikaze Club are the comedy bandits, the dark lords of laughter and the ones who brought sexy back. They are coming to the Jewellery Quarter and they’re bringing […]

  • Signifying Nothing / Full of Sound and Fury (17th – 20th January 2018)

    Signifying Nothing by Jennifer Stone Using only the text from Shakespeare’s Macbeth, ‘Signifying Nothing’ turns the Scottish play on its head and takes audiences on a journey watching the events unfold through the eyes of Lady Macbeth. Is there anything that can stop this tale from hurtling towards it’s desperate climax? Full of Sound and […]

  • Jukebox of Frogs (Sunday 21st January)

    Box of Frogs proudly presents Jukebox of Frogs: a night of musical improv! Love music?  Love improv?  Join the cream of Birmingham and Nottingham improv for an amazing night of hilarious made up music.  Games, scenes and entire musicals in miniature, all completely made up. Headlined by the incredible Rhymes Against Humanity fresh from opening […]

  • The Late Marilyn Monroe (30th January – 3rd February 2018)

    A day in the life of Marilyn Monroe. Her final day. On August 5th 1962 the world awoke to the news that Marilyn Monroe, the biggest movie star of that time, had died at the age of just 36. But what really happened? And what was she like behind closed doors? Questions we’ll probably never […]

  • Hamlet (22nd February – 3rd March)

    The king was murdered, there is no doubt, but questions surround his death: Why did Hamlet kill him? How did the queen die? Who was to blame? Only one person can answer. Survivors gather to sift the evidence and cure their Lord of his madness. This is Shakespeare’s Hamlet, all the death and madness of […]

  • The 4 Clowns of The Apocalypse (18th March 2018)

    The end of the world is nigh! Well, maybe. The Horsemen of The Apocalypse assemble to fulfil their prophesied function and with epic scale incompetence they grapple with universal destruction and deckchairs. Comical, magical and visually stunning, ‘The 4 Clowns of The Apocalypse’ is a sensorial, nonsensical delight for the whole family. Teatro do Montemuro […]

  • Thoroughly Modern Millie (22nd March – 24th March 2018)

    Winner of six Tony Awards, including Best Musical, and based on the Academy Award-winning film, Thoroughly Modern Millie takes you back to the height of the 1920s jazz scene. Set in New York City in 1922, Thoroughly Modern Millie tells the story of young Millie Dillmount from Kansas, who comes to the big apple in search of a new life […]

  • Cinderella (4th – 8th December)

    Join all the well-known characters as Experience Theatre, in association with MAMT, brings their fun-filled panto to the Blue Orange Theatre, Birmingham this Christmas. Join Cinderella on the adventure of her life as she meets the magical Fairy Godmother and falls in love with the beautiful Prince. Boo and hiss the evil step-sisters, and sing, […]