Future Productions

  • Level Up (17th July) Part of Birmingham Fest.

    Piggy Nose Theatre present their debut performance Level Up. “Do you prefer your left nipple, or your right?” This intimate one woman show explores the personal relationship we have with our bodies and our sexuality. Writer and performer Jemima Cooper alongside her alter-ego Frenchie are keen to interrogate these topics, tackling judgement and anxiety to […]

  • Songs and Scenes: Twelfth Night (17th July) Part of Birmingham Fest.

    The Willmore Singers Presents Songs and Scenes: Twelfth Night Using scenes from Shakespeare’s text, and music from the Renaissance period, this is a one hour edition of Twelfth Night encompassing all the magic, comedy and romance of the piece. We often forget that music was a vital part of Tudor performances, not least to keep […]

  • Cuban Film and Dance and Afro Cuban Music workshops (15th July) Part of Birmingham Fest.

    Cine Cubano Presents: Cuban Film and Dance and Afro Cuban Music workshops. Get fascinated by this journey owing to Cuban culture, full of dance and music. In interviews, music- and dance sequences exhibit some of the most important and world famous protagonists of the cultural scene in Cuba, the conversion of Cuban Salsa, Rumba and […]

  • GUY: A New Musical (14th July) Part of Birmingham Fest.

    GUY: A New Musical presented by Leoe and Hyde The creators of Best Show of Birmingham Fest 2017 The Marriage of Kim K return with GUY, an uplifting electronic-pop musical about modern masculinity, body image, and the hook-ups and downs of dating in the 21st century. GUY’s heart-pounding electronic score will reel you in to […]

  • The Austerity Games (14th July) Part of Birmingham Fest

    Tell-Tale Presents The NHS Big 7Tea 1948 -2018 – The Austerity Games As part of the NHS BIG 7TEA to celebrate the creation of the NHS seventy years ago in 1948, Tell-Tale Presents, famed for its witty takes on history, return to the Blue Orange with their award winning play The Austerity Games. Join the rest […]

  • Jack Luck (13th July) Part of Birmingham Fest.

    Theatre 17 presents Jack Luck It is 1959 and comic Jack Luck has been offered a crack at an ITV television series. With the demise of his radio show and having to cancel his last national stand-up tour, among other disasters in his life, TV is his last chance to keep his career afloat. He hires […]

  • Oh! What A Lovely War (26th June – 27th June)

    Performed by Blue Orange Theatre’s Adult Acting Devising & Performance Group 2018 is going to be a big year for this country as it will be 100 years since the end of World War 1. To commemorate this, Blue Orange Theatre’s Adult Acting Devising & Performance Group will be performing Joan Littlewood’s famous satirical masterpiece […]

  • Sugar & Spice & All Things Nice (25th June)

    Blue Orange Theatre Level Two Adult Acting presents: Sugar & Spice & All Things Nice Sugar & Spice & All Things Nice tells the ups and downs of the Sugar Girls that worked in the Tate & Lyle factory in the East End of London during the Blitz and the years afterwards. The show is written […]

  • Stand-Up Comedy Showcase (5 Dec)

    Join us for a night of stand-up comedy. Students from the Blue Orange comedy course, led by Rob Coleman, will present their new material. Come and support emerging talent! Tickets: £3 Time: 8pm  

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