Projects Archive

  • Birmingham Arthouse Cinema: ‘Let the Right One in’ (15th Jan)

    Let the Right One in Dir. Tomas Alfredson An intelligent vampire movie about acceptance and friendship. 7pm (bar open from 6pm) £5

  • Youth Theatre: Tots Drama Group (3-6 year olds)

    Younger children constantly engage in imaginary play as part of their worlds. The Tots drama group aims to further enhance this through drama games, songs, dance, role play and ultimately having lots of fun! The classes aim to encourage children to feel good about themselves, listen and respond expressively, help speech development, increase confidence and […]

  • The Seventh Wave Festival of Electronic Music: Number 2 (26 March)

    Blue Orange Theatre are proud to be one of the hosts for The Seventh Wave Festival of Electronic Music: Number 2 Presenting: Richard Barbieri (Japan/Rain Tree Crow/Porcupine Tree) With Very Special Guest GRICE Richard Barbieri will play live and will be supported by GRICE as part of a ‘double bill’ Two performances: Sunday 26th March […]

  • I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change (23 March – 25 March)

    Nobody is perfect, right? For many people the road to love may not have been easy, but in this brutally honest, modern musical comedy, it has also never been so hilarious! From first dates to best mates, couple fights to swiping right, wedding bells to in-law hell, this show takes you on a jolly jaunt […]

  • Musicals Discovered II (17 March)

    Musicals Discovered II is about hearing and enjoying songs that deserve a wider audience. Performed by the Night Project Theatre Ensemble, they invite you to enjoy a relaxed cabaret evening in the bar of the Blue Orange Theatre. The programme will include songs you know, some you may not and new works by composers from […]

  • Dummy (18 Feb)

    DUMMY! A two person comedy improv show from DUMMY, winners of iO Chicago’s Del Award for “Best Improv Show” in 2013 and 2014. DUMMY  is Colleen Doyle and Jason Shotts, direct from Chicago iO Theatre, appearing for one night only in Birmingham! Jason Shotts and Colleen Doyle are a couple, and with a combined seventeen-some-odd years improv […]

  • A Garden of Delights with Eleanor Turner (12 Feb)

    Eleanor Turner presents a varied programme of light classics ranging from Satie’s Gnossiene to Eleanor’s transcription of Amelies Suite by Yann Tiersen, La source by Harpist composer Alphonse Hasselman and Ain’t Misbehavin by Fats Waller. Since her London concerto debut with the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, aged just fifteen, British harpist Eleanor Turner has gained a worldwide […]

  • Birmingham Arthouse Cinema: ‘Ghosts’ (5th Feb)

    Ghosts  Dir. Nick Broomfield A powerful story of the Morecombe Bay deaths. A superb cast of refugees. 7pm (bar opens at 6pm) £5

  • Lady Chatterley’s Lover National Tour

    Lady Chatterley’s Lover National Tour: 26th January to 25th February 2017 Lady Chatterley’s Lover was originally published in 1928 and the book soon became notorious for its story of the physical relationship between a working class man and an upper class woman. In this stunning adaptation by Roman De Fruscan, all the elements of tension […]

  • The Snow Queen (4 Jan – 7 Jan)

    Jars of Clay Theatre Co. presents The Snow Queen Our story starts with the tale of a wicked mirror, too horrid to behold. Shattered into countless tiny fragments, it’s villainy infects the hearts of multitudes making their love turn cold. Kay and Gerda are the very best of best friends…but when pieces of the looking […]