Projects Archive

  • 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 […]

  • A Christmas Carol (Saturday 16th – 30th December)

    Ebenezer Scrooge, 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 fate in the afterlife. He sends three spirits to teach Scrooge a valuable lesson about his mean, selfish […]

  • A Holly Jolly Christmas (9th & 10th December)

    The Theatre Collective Presents – “A Holly Jolly Christmas” A Festive celebration of the Golden Era of Hollywood, featuring all of your favourite Christmas classics, and suitable for the whole family. Join us as we pay tribute to the Greatest Stars of the MGM years, and start your holiday with a Song and Dance! Tickets: £14 / […]

  • Sleeping Beauty (5th – 8th December)

    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 brave Fairy Peaceful save Princess Aurora from the sleeping spell and keep her safe for her dream prince? Featuring all the ingredients for a perfect family treat, this belly-tickling live show […]

  • The Hired Man (28 Nov – 2nd Dec)

    Book by Melvynn Bragg, music and Lyrics by Howard Goodall. The Hired Man is an English Musical that follows the enduring love between John Tallentire and his only love, Emily. Through the trials of the early 20th century from the hard farm lands of the north to the war-torn trenches of the Great War, this […]

  • Charles Dickens’ Ghost Stories (31st October – 11th November)

    Two of Charles Dickens’ most chilling tales of the supernatural -“The Signalman” & “The Haunted Man”- brought to startling life. The Signalman  Dickens’ classic ghost story. When a traveller chances upon a solitary railway signalman he is drawn into a tale of ghostly premonitions, tragic occurrences and human solitude that echoes the contrasting Victorian feelings towards the […]

  • Birmingham Improv Festival (23rd-29th October)

    Back for our second year after last year’s sell-out success. A whole week of completely improvised plays, musicals, sketches, songs, drama, cabaret, workshops, and much much more! For tickets please book online here. The box office number is for ticket sales only, for show information please contact the festival organisers directly: General festival enquiries – PR enquiries […]

  • Not That Kind of Girl (19th-21st October)

    Jars of Clay Theatre Company presents: ‘Not That Kind of Girl’   Poor Barabbas…what’s he gonna do? ‘So much to share, but with whom? Is he a bad lad? ‘Course he is! What’s his burning secret that he just has to share? And there’s his name – What’s so special about it? The answer to […]

  • Birmingham Arthouse Cinema: XXY (19 March)

    XXY dir. Lucia Puenzo A romantic story of diversity and acceptance 7pm (bar opens from 6pm) Tickets: £5

  • Birmingham Arthouse Cinema: Drive (5 March)

    Drive, dir. Nicolas Winding Refn A stunt driver takes on gangsters in a romantic thriller. 7pm (bar opens from 6pm) Tickets: £5