What’s On

Our current programme.

  • Pottervision: Secret in the Chamber (9th April)

    The Potter parody show is back with a brand-new show, now celebrating the ridiculousness of the second Potter film. With mad props, regular wig-changes, and audience participation, the Pottervision boys take you on a Ford Anglia ride through the Chamber of Secrets with new characters, new sketches and the same old Pottervision madness. Sell-out runs […]

  • The Witching Hour (23rd – 26th May)

    Returning to Birmingham for ONE WEEK ONLY before its National Tour and London run She died. Her curse lives on. Do you dare join us for the most terrifying tale yet? Book now for the best seats and prices. Due to popular demand, the national tour of James Williams’ critically acclaimed ghost play launches at […]

  • Can’t Stop Carrying On (10th – 11th July)

    Blue Orange Arts presents – Can’t Stop Carrying On As Part of Birmingham Fest A new play about one man’s desire to carry on making Carry On films. “Certain sections of the press seem to have sore misgivings about my plans. I told them to put some talcum powder on them. It’s time to Carry […]

  • Charles Dickens: The Hanged Man’s Bride (10th – 14th July)

    Blue Orange Arts presents – Charles Dickens: The Hanged Man’s Bride As Part of Birmingham Fest “She comes towards me on the floor; always approaching; never coming nearer; always visible as if by moonlight whether the moon shines or not”. A writer struggling to reignite his creative vision. A real life crime. And a visit […]

  • Edgar Allan Poe: The Murders in the Rue Morgue (12th – 13th July)

    Blue Orange Arts presents – Edgar Allan Poe: The Murders in the Rue Morgue As Part of Birmingham Fest The original detective story. Two women are found brutally murdered in their Parisian home in the Rue Morgue – one body, virtually decapitated, the other thrust head downwards up a chimney. The Police, baffled by the […]

  • M. R. James: Whistle and I’ll Come to You (12th – 14th July)

    Blue Orange Arts presents – M. R. James: Whistle and I’ll Come to You As Part of Birmingham Fest “Who is this who is coming?” When the rational and sceptical scholar Professor Parkins takes a trip from home, he stumbles upon a mysterious whistle. Unaware of the eerie history attached to this seemingly innocuous object, […]

  • Box of Frogs (14th July 2024)

    BOX OF FROGS – Birmingham’s Premier improv troupe Part of Birmingham Fest 2024 – “Hop down to the Blue Orange Theatre to catch Birmingham’s Premier comedy improv troupe, Box of Frogs! The multi-talented and quick-witted Frog players are returning to their old haunt to bring you an evening of high-octane improvised fun.  Expect the unexpected […]

  • Another Day in the Life (15th-16th July)

    That Birmingham Theatre Company presents – Another Day in the Life Part of Birmingham Fest 2024 – Following on from the success of their 2021 show, A Day in the Life, That Birmingham Theatre Company presents a follow-up: four new pieces based on people with unusual occupations. Two nurses discuss life in the First World […]

  • Ms Olini & The The Three Bears – The Quest for the Holy Grail of Dildos (19th -20th July 2024)

    TwoJens&Me Theatre Company presents – Ms Olini & The Three Bears – The Quest for the Holy Grail of Dildos. As Part of Birmingham Fest An Adult Panto.   Ms Olini has polished off her third husband and realises that no man alive is enough for her, with the help of her three best friends, […]

  • Sherlock Holmes: The Hound of the Baskervilles (25th – 27th July)

    Blue Orange Arts presents – Sherlock Holmes: The Hound of the Baskervilles As Part of Birmingham Fest Lord Baskerville is found dead with mysterious footprints besides his body. His heir, Sir Henry is set to inherit the vast Baskerville fortune but with the legacy comes a deadly curse. “Mr. Holmes, they were the footprints of […]

  • D.H. Lawrence: The Prussian Officer (25th -27th July)

    Blue Orange Arts presents – D.H. Lawrence: The Prussian Officer As Part of Birmingham Fest Power, Passion and Peril! Set against a militaristic backdrop, a young officer’s attraction to his orderly escalates from professional to personal, allowing a power dynamic to take hold, ultimately leading to a tormented relationship and a disturbing abuse of authority. […]

  • Charles Dickens – A Christmas Carol (13th – 24th December)

    Blue Orange Arts presents – Charles Dickens – A Christmas Carol Ebenezer Scrooge, an elderly and wealthy man, is well-known for his miserly ways and unkind spirit. One Christmas Eve, Scrooge is visited by the ghost of his old business partner, Jacob Marley, who is eager for Scrooge not to share his miserable and eternal […]

  • iHands: A Life Less Lived – New Comedy Series

    iHands is a brand new comedy series available FREE on YouTube. In the first season, Izzy directs hapless actor, Richard Bridgerton, in the brand new play, A Life Less Lived. With exclusive access from page to stage – over 9 episodes – Izzy delivers (in his humble opinion) a master class in theatre production. To […]

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