Projects Archive

  • Toadally Free Comedy!

    “Come and Jam with the Frogs. Box of Frogs, Birmingham’s premiere improv troupe, hosts an evening of fun for all, on the third Monday of every month. Turn up, grab a drink, put your name in the hat, and perform! Each night will feature a short performance, followed by a jam hosted by the Frogs. […]

  • The Long Walk Back (18th April)

    The Long Walk Back  By Dougie Blaxland Produced by RoughHouse Theatre and Live Wire Theatre Based on real live events, The Long Walk Back tells the epic story of an international sporting star’s catastrophic fall from grace. England cricketing all-rounder Chris Lewis enjoyed a meteoric rise to fame and fortune in the 1990s. Playing 85 […]

  • Grimms Faery Tales (22nd-30th December)

    Blue Orange Arts presents Grimms Faery Tales A collection of three all-time favourite faery tales by the brothers Grimm. Filled with humour and intrigue these tales are suitable for children and adults alike. Rumpelstiltskin. A hard-working miller boasts to the prince that his daughter can spin gold from straw. The Prince locks here away, under […]

  • 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, […]

  • Diverted Sound (24th November)

    Diverted Sound presents a stunning evening of entertainment….. Mark Morriss (The Bluetones) Full Solo Concert and Talk/Q&A With Very Special Guest The Humdrum Express Mark James Morriss (born October 18, 1971 in England) is the lead singer and songwriter for English band The Bluetones, as well as older brother of bassist Scott Morriss. The Bluetones […]

  • A Journey Through War (5th November to 10th November)

    Taking the audience from 1914 to 1918 through famous World War One Literature and original new writing. A Journey Through War captures life in the trenches, conscription, love and loss as well as many more aspects of how the war affected families in Britain over the four years of the war. “This production serves as […]

  • Birmingham Improv Festival (26th October to 1st November)

    “Birmingham Improv Festival 2018 – Back for the third year, Birmingham’s very own sell-out Improv Festival. A whole week of completely improvised plays, musicals, sketches, songs, drama, cabaret, workshops, and much much more, brought to you by the cream of UK Improv (and beyond!). A cornucopia of made-up spontaneous delight: • Harry Potter • Star […]

  • Winter Tales (2nd November)

    Regional Voice Theatre presents Winter TalesSpine-tingling stories for the whole family! Three brand new tales of the supernatural to entertain you as you gather around the fire this winter! The Sentinel: A horror tale set in Sandwell valley. The Willow Tree: A Black Country folk tale of loss, love and redemption. The Turn of the Screw: […]

  • Dracula (11th October – 20th October)

    Jonathan Harker, a young solicitor, travels to Transylvania to meet the wealthy and mysterious Count Dracula, whom is looking to purchase property in London. As time passes, Jonathan soon realizes that he is not in fact a guest of the Count but a prisoner and his life is in mortal and imminent danger. Jonathan’s fiancé, […]

  • Birmingham Arthouse Cinema: XXY (19 March)

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