Birmingham Theatre

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  • The Secret Garden
    This fabulous new musical adaptation, aimed at audiences from age eight upwards, will bring to life the characters from this classic children’s favourite. In the grounds of an imposing manor house, in the heart of the Yorkshire Moors, there’s a door that once led to a magical garden, a door that’s been locked for many years, the key buried and all but forgotten…
  • Sunflowers And Sheds
    M6 Theatre Company presents Sunflowers And Sheds Tuesday 14 to Wednesday 22 December Press performance: Wednesday 15 December at 1.30pm Birmingham Repertory Theatre is thrilled to welcome back M6 Theatre Company, the creative team behind the critically acclaimed, One Little Word, with a new production – Sunflowers And Sheds a tender and heart-warming story of discovery, sure to inspire and delight audiences both young and old.
  • The Crescent Theatre
    The Crescent Theatre Company presents Dad’s Army by Jimmy Perry and David Croft Sat 11th – Sat 18th December 2010 in The Main House Matinees: Sun 12th and Sat 18th December at 2.30pm After Dark: Fri 17th December It’s 1940, the Battle of Britain rages over head. Our brave lads prepare for Adolf’s Invasion and they need all the help they can get. So come and Join the boys of the Warmington-on-Sea Home Guard as they do their bit for King and country. All donations welcome – especially weapons old and new. (No more broom handles!).
  • A Wizard idea
    Birmingham Repertory Theatre – Would be stars of the stage will have the chance to fulfil their dreams at a “Britain’s got Talent” style event hosted by Birmingham Repertory Theatre at The Pallasades Shopping Centre on Saturday 11 December.The REP is producing a brand new version of The Wiz, the soulful musical adaptation of The Wizard Of Oz, and is looking for local people to appear alongside professional cast members in the show, which will be performed at the Alexandra Theatre in June next year.
  • Royal Shakespeare Company
    The RSC is one of the world’s best known theatre companies. It’s our job to connect people with Shakespeare and produce bold, ambitious work with living writers, actors and artists. We are an ensemble company, so everyone here has a part to play in creating distinctive theatre.
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