Projects Archive

  • The Snow Queen (17th – 30th December 2022)

    Blue Orange Arts presents – The Snow Queen By Hans Christian Andersen adapted by Simon Ravenhill When Kay, a spirited young boy, is abducted by the icy Snow Queen, Gerda embarks on a fantastical journey to uncover the whereabouts of her most treasured friend.  Throughout her many perilous adventures, she discovers new friends, hazardous enchantment, […]

  • Cinderella (22nd Nov – 10th Dec)

    Affordable, family panto is back in Birmingham this Christmas! Celebrate the 6th anniversary of our legendary festive fun with our MOST MAGICAL SHOW YET! From the same team as last year’s smash-hit production of Aladdin! Join Cinderella on the most exciting night of her life as she meets the magical Fairy Godmother and falls in […]

  • A Study in Scarlet (28th October – 5th Nov)

    Blue Orange Arts presents – A Study in Scarlet by Arthur Conan Doyle adapted by James Nicholas   On returning to London after been invalided out of the army, little does Dr John Watson know that the simple act of renting a room in Baker Street would lead him into an underground world of crime, […]

  • Hexmoor’s Hollow (6th – 21st August)

    Hexmoor’s Hollow: The Secret Society of Witches & Wizards Can you keep a secret? Witches & Wizards, Assemble! WORLD PREMIERE 2022 This summer, Witches and Wizards of all ages are invited to meet at Hexmoor’s Hollow for the annual gathering of magical folk! Expect magic, dragons and fun for all the family. This world premiere […]

  • Village Wooing by George Bernard Shaw (30th – 31st July)

    Shaw2020 presents – Village Wooing by George Bernard Shaw   Part of Birminghamfest 2022 – VILLAGE WOOING- A Comedietta for Two Voices– is an anti-romantic, battle of the sexes, comedy by Bernard Shaw.  2021 LPT ‘Standing Ovation award WINNER –  best ‘Rediscovery’  “Powerfully evokes a sense of the era” ★★★★★  London Pub Theatres OffFest award […]

  • The Lost Children (29th – 30th July)

    The Birmingham History Theatre Company presents – The Lost Children   Part of Birminghamfest 2022 – Birmingham 2022 Festival presents ‘The Lost Children’ generously supported by Birmingham City Council. An extraordinary story of our Commonwealth links.   Were the Middlemore Homes right to emigrate over 6000 children from Birmingham to Canada and Australia between the […]

  • The Caper Trail (28th/30th July)

    Thirsty Theatre presents – The Caper Trail By Ben Mills-Wood   Part of Birminghamfest 2022 – The Caper Trail – a suave jewel thief is planning one last heist before his wedding but he doesn’t count on bumping into an obsessive compulsive security guard and an escaped convict looking for revenge…  This fast paced farcical […]

  • Wheaton’s Law (25th – 27th July)

    Monkey Steps presents – Wheaton’s Law by Chad Smith and Michael Botham   Part of Birminghamfest 2022 – Meet Rod, Grant and Jake.  Three generations, living together, united by family bonds…and questionable internet use. Naked videos, office drinks, misjudged selfies and online dating. What could possibly go wrong? Wheaton’s Law is the story of family, of […]

  • Confessions (23rd – 24th July)

    Gatehouse youth theatre presents – Confessions   Part of Birminghamfest 2022 – Confessions is a series of monologues and duologues that have been created by members of the Gatehouse Youth Theatre. The company have participated in creative writing and performance workshops based on the theme of ‘Confessions’. A contemporary piece that crosses all genres from tragedy to comedy and […]

  • Four 2 Jump (21st – 23rd July)

    Two Jens & Me presents – Four2Jump By Michael Harris Part of Birminghamfest 2022 – A new black comedy looking at Suicide – Four people all decide to choose the same day and the same window ledge to commit their solo act of suicide.  None of them know each other, and all fully intend to […]