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Birmingham Repertory Theatre

Leading figures including director Indhu Rubasingham and playwright James Graham have warned that opportunities for young people to enter the profession are becoming “scarcer...

The meaning of the title of Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti’s new play is threefold. Elephant is the pet name of the play’s central character, but...

A season of black, Asian and minority ethnic-led theatre that was mooted to be coming to the West End this year will be taking...

Christmas has arrived even earlier than usual this year than usual with this likeable stage version of the 2009 British festive favourite. Nativity! –...

I Knew You is Steven Camden’s (otherwise known as spoken word artist Polarbear) second play, it’s an agreeable but curiously slight piece about a...

John Pielmeier’s stage adaptation of The Exorcist will transfer to London’s Phoenix Theatre later this year. The play, based on the horror novel by William...

In the bustling backstage areas of the Birmingham Repertory Theatre, a tangible sense of community spirit is being fostered. At a time when the...

The first fruit of Furnace, the Birmingham Rep's community theatre initiative, was We're Here Because We're Here, the Somme centenary memorial that flooded locations across the...

Winnie the Witch doesn't like parties, but her birthday's coming up and her trusty black cat Wilbur convinces her that this is the year...
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